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I tried capturing an image, copying it in the sd card, replacing it with one of my photos using Photoshop and opening it again using Switch Album but the console did not find any image anymore in the sd.
Anybody knows a way to put my photos in the album?
I would really like to have my favourite photos in this console.
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As far as I can tell, the functionality is purely for screenshots so far. Although they have already mentioned possibly adding video capture and other features in the future, which could mean a full photo viewer-type app. It's just not something you can do right now.
 

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Yes I know but since the files are just normal jpg files I was hoping there could be some way to understand how Switch recognizes the jpgs created by itself and find a way to trick it making files so that it thinks they were being made by itself
 

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Yes I know but since the files are just normal jpg files I was hoping there could be some way to understand how Switch recognizes the jpgs created by itself and find a way to trick it making files so that it thinks they were being made by itself
Will take some time for someone to get that type of thing sorted out.
 
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