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Problems Uploading and Viewing 360 Degree Photos on Facebook!

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Hi, It's easy to make a Facebook 360-degree photo. You can make it with IOS or Android. Maybe this article can help you. The Way to Take Facebook 360 Photos

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That is a common problem. It depends on your phone and where or not i supports 360 video/photos

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