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I was having some problems importing photos from certain Android folders into Lightroom (it just said "failed to import"). Upon some trial and error, I realized it failed if the folder's name had an apostrophe in it. So I removed those apostrophes from those folder names and it worked as it should. Might be unrelated to your problem but check your directories.
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- I would first make sure that both Lightroom Mobile and Lightroom are up-to-date: Keeping Lightroom Up-to-Date and How to get started with Lightroom on mobile | Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC tutorials
- If that doesn't help, I'd suggest checking your directories and file naming as urbaneatinlandscapes has suggested above.
- Please also make sure your Internet connection is stable.
- If all of the above fail, please upload a problem file to a public link so that I can download it and try to reproduce.
Let's see how things go.
Thank you for the response.
Unfortunately I'm no longer using Lightroom Mobile. It just wasn't working
for me at the time, and I didn't continue the trial.
Hi Melissa ,
I'm having the same issue , I've found that images produced from the Android panorama mode frequently fail to import .
I would add an example image , but I can't see the option when replying where to do so .
If there's somewhere you'd like me to upload , please let me know .
Same here. Almost all Panoramas taken on Android are failing to import
Same here, it's frustrating. I'm using a Nexus 6P.
I think I found the solution. Take a look at the extension of the file. Some has as extension "JPG" others "jpg".
I did try to change the capital letters into minors letters and yes: LR Mobile did found it.
You should be able to change the extension into filemanager (which should be standard on the smartphone).
I hope it helps.
Similar issue, and I can't seem to edit the file type. I can see them in 'Files' but there's no means to change the file type. This has just started with the last update so hopefully they'll fix it, it's hugely frustrating.