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Not had any issues.
Anthony Acosta - ALLAT...
make sure that you don't complicate the name of the photo with dashes, etc. A
You cannot include hyphens and other similar characters in the file name - keep it simple and rename it for what it really is, the re-upload
Ryan Huggins - Thousan...
Thousand Oaks, CA
I have seen a few stating there were issues uploading photos this week. Contact support, and they can assist you.
change the file name to letters and numbers only. No special characters, underlines, commas, or dashes.
Always change the photo to a name, using letters and numbers only, (No spaces or other characters)
You must have a character that is other than a letter in the file name. Change it to just words.
The file name can only have letters and numbers and no special characters like dashes or punctuation.
Never had that issue on my iPhone!
Try renaming the file to something like court house 1. Then try reuploading it. you may also have to resize it. sometimes phone pictures are to large of files to upload
Lots of good suggestions and I usually just rename the photo and try again.
It appears that you have received some answers.
ditto to what (A) said....
looks like the q has been a'd
I would check the extension name make sure it is correct for the file type.
Just rename the photo something like " BStreetLane" but not " B$treetLn(600x800)"
No special characters can be in a file name, no space, etc.
Change the name of your photo and try again. Naming them also will help you to find that picture in future, since there is no other filters in there.
You need to use a name without special characters as determined by where you are uploading the photo.
they do not want numbers hence you have to manually rename the picture for example photo101 needs to be photoonehundredone as long as you do not have # or & in them it will work
Dave Parker as you got suggestions from other members, rename the picture without any special characters.
No !@#$%^&*()_+. in the title name of the photo name. Just go in an rename the photo.
image contains "4$%!_/ " as an example.... I name by catagory followed by a #.....
Usually that's anything "above the numbers" on the keyboard.
save the photo, rename the photo someone simple with letters only and try again.
Just about any punctuation in a filename will give you this error, you will need to rename the photo an then it should work fine.
Dave Parker Had similar problems depending on which device I am using. Best luck with jpg. Make sure filename is simple like 'sunset' not sunset1b*
Huge photos will not load either. I have more problems with iPad than laptop or tablet.
Sometimes it is trial & error with more errors than my patience can handle.