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Photos Since the upgrade, all photos from camera roll, when imported (Picasa2) and then sent back to iphone as an album are exported sideways. I tried changing the orientation in Picasa and then syncing again, but it didn't work. Any ideas?

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If your camera has a rotation sensor it should display in picasa the correct way automatically, at the header of each folder is an option that says 'save edits' if you hit it it will save all pics correctly rotated in explorer. this is a new feature, if you don't have it try updating by going to the site and downloading and installing (rather than with the update button)

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