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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to View Photos or Videos

In Samsung Galaxy SIII you can save picture from some sources, such as save the pictures from your Facebook account or from received picture messages.

See also: How to Save MMS Pictures on Samsung Galaxy S3

Once you've finished save the pictures, now you can view it through your gallery. In addition to the pictures, you can also view video clips on your gallery.


How to view photos and videos on gallery?
If you want to view your photo or video saved on your gallery, then here are the steps:
  1. Go to Apps through Home screen.
  2. Scroll to Gallery, then tap on it.
  3. Go to the required folder where you save the pictures or videos you wish to view.
  4. To view the picture, tap the required picture.
  5. Tap the Back key to return to the picture folder.
  6. To view the video, tap the required video.
  7. Tap the Back key to return to the video folder.
  8. To exit from the gallery and return to standby mode, tap the Home key.

By knowing on how to view pictures or video clips on your gallery, now you can view both of these files with easy after you've finished download the files. So, try this then share your experience here through the comment below :)

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  1. I am having trouble downloading pictures from my Samsung Galaxy 3, onto my computer. It says, I do not have a driver. Also, I did have Kies on my phone and it is gone. I definitely need help, thank you. Your website is extremely helpful.

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    1. Hi Loopster,
      Thanks for coming.
      Try using the following steps to reinstall your phone driver in your PC so that both those devices can be connected:
      1. Download Samsung Kies from Samsung.com from your PC (if your phone is running with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean or above then use Kies 3).
      2. Disconnect both your PC and phone from Internet connection.
      3. Plug your phone to your PC using USB cable.
      4. Install Kies 3 you have just downloaded.
      5. Once the installation is completed, Kies 3 will try to connect with your phone. If it's failed, in Kies app in your PC, click "Tools" and then select "Reinstall device driver".
      6. Once done, unplug your phone and then restart your PC.
      7. Once the PC is turned on, plug your phone into your PC using USB cable. Now, your PC should be trying to detect and install the required driver for your phone. It may take some minutes, just wait until this process is completed.
      8. Once your phone is connected/detected, you can transfer files from your phone to your PC or vice versa, either through Kies 3 or the Windows explorer.

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