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Removing duplicate images and videos from Gallery on Samsung Galaxy S4

If you are seeing duplicate images or videos in gallery of your Samsung Galaxy S4 or any other Android 4.2.2 running device, then you can easily clean  up those with a simple trick.

Go to Settings -> More -> Application Manager. 
Under All Applications, select for Gallery app. Now click on "Clear Cache" and then "Clear Data". Follow similar steps for the Media Storage app as well. 



Now restart your mobile. Once restart complete, wait for some time so that media service will search for the images, video and other media sources. 
Now open the Gallery application, all the duplicate images, videos should disappear.

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  1. I tried this method and granted the pictures,videos, etc came back but unfortunately the duplicate images were not removed when the pictures came back

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  2. I tried this method and granted the pictures came back along with the videos, etc but when i looked in my gallery all the duplicate pictures were still there

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  3. There is no gallery app to select from app. Management.

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  4. There is no gallery app to select from app. Management.

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