I currently use PSTouch on my Xoom wifi and have the latest version. I am running ICS 4.0.4 and can no longer see any local files using PSTouch. I have tried all the normal procedures (I am a Xoom power user) including uninstalling and reinstalling PSTouch. Still cannot see any local files at all. I can see my files if I upload them to the Cloud.
I can take pictures with PSTouch and they are in the project but they cannot be copied, moved or imported into another project.
Hi when it comes to not being able to see files maybe this post can help you:
Pictures that are taken from Camera fill in PS Touch are not saved to the Gallery.
If you want to do that you need to go through the "add image from" if you plan to add to an existing project.
If you start a new project you need to do "add project from" button next to the add project button.
Thanks for the try, tried all the normnal ICS tricks to re-install the Android media database. None allow me to see the local files. Other Photo apps can see all local files so it does not seem to be a database problem.
If I try to add an image to a project PSTouch goes to the add files screen and the local files is blank, nothing there. I can add from the cloud with no problem.
I can also save to the camera roll but the pic is not seen in the local files by PSTouch or even other media browsers.
Added: At one time in the past this did work and I could see local files. Not sure exactly when the problem started might be around the the time I started with ICS. I am not a cloud user so not being able to add files from local storage minimizes the use of what is otherwise the best photo editing on Android.
As I stated before I have a Xoom wifi, no carrier.
Yes, when I can save to the camera roll I mean from the PSTouch. The photo is available in PSTouch but nowhere else. It does not show up later in the local files so cannot be used again in another project.
Darned odd, that is.
Is there something maybe preventing PS Touch from cataloging your local images?
I've had PS Touch ever since it was released for Android back when the Xoom was using Honeycomb but didn't have any problems even after the upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich.
The issue was that another application was if not corrupting the database - keeping it from being used.
It was com.mytwc.common.resource better known as "My TWC™". One could see it in the logs from logcat.
The workaround is the same as in the thread above only that in this case you need to disable or uninstall the application that is causing the issue.
PS Touch does not catalogue the images - if that was the case the workaround mentioned above (http://forums.adobe.com/message/4219941#4219941)
would not have any direct impact.
I have the motorola xoom 4.0.4 also havent been able to access thelocal folder of app since it was purchased 4 months ago. I have tried every trick in these Adobe forums to no avail. I believe it could be an application corrupting th database but dont know how to use logcat to root cause the issue. Please help.
Thanks to gmanapps on the Motorola Xoom forum.