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2017-10-04 01:30 PM
2017-10-25 02:44 AM
There's nothing in a ".nomedia" file, @Conkers... They're quite literally just an empty file that forces most Linux-based operating systems (including Android) to "hide" any media (photos/videos/music) in the same folder.
Say for example, you had some private photos or videos in "Folder X" on your smartphone and you didn't want them to appear in Album/Videos, you would store an empty file with the filename ".nomedia" in the same folder.
Some applications will also create such files automatically - for example, if you have a fitness application, they might add this file to the folder where their content (pictures/videos) are stored, so that only their application shows this content (rather than in Album/Pictures)(applications can be writted to ignore ".nomedia" files).
You can create a ".nomedia" file yourself by create a blank text document on your computer and changing the filename to ".nomedia", then copy this to wherever you need it on your mobile devices.
2018-06-17 09:25 AM
I gotta android phone ( vodafone smart ultra 7) and need to recover messages. I've tried going into snapchat nomedia files but it say file can't be opened