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I have installed Dropbox on my Samsung Galaxy S. And I use it a lot to upload stuff to. But lately I find myself stuck, because I want a picture thats in my Dropbox, but I cant find it, because its automatic labeled to for example: "2-11-7-13-12-12-12". And I dont want to download them all, because I dont need them all, but also I have to download over 3g. And thats going to cause a lot of traffic I dont want.

How do I preview images in my Dropbox on my Galaxy S without downloading them to my Galaxy?

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asked Jul 14 '11 at 04:25

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Dropbox just gave its Android app an update! The dropbox gods heard me:

1.Photo thumbnails in file browser

2.Folder deletion

3.Bug fixes and performance improvements

4.Security updates

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answered Jul 15 '11 at 05:26

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edited Jul 15 '11 at 05:27

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