ASF GitHub Bot commented on CB-12005:

GitHub user opbokel opened a pull request:


    CB-12005: (android) Fix picture orientation from camera

    ### Platforms affected
    Android (tested on 6.0.1)
    ### What does this PR do?
    Resets the Exif orientation of the picture taken by the camera if it was 
successfully rotated 
    ### What testing has been done on this change?
    It was a very small change, I tested in two devices, also tested using the 

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commit d04d11d30437ed9c9043a58163d539e75b6ae1d2
Author: opbokel <dob...@gmail.com>
Date:   2016-10-12T04:07:30Z

    Fix orientation Bug on Android
    When getting the picture from camera and asking to correct orientation, the 
android devices I tested was returning the picture in the right orientation, 
but keeping the old exif orientation info. This made the picture to be 
incorrect rotated on devices that respected the exif (tested IOS).

commit c974490dd08a491bba6fc7f600313abbe2a78e3f
Author: opbokel <dob...@gmail.com>
Date:   2016-10-12T04:20:50Z

    Fix typo


> Orientation wrong, Exif not changing after the correct orientation is applied
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: CB-12005
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CB-12005
>             Project: Apache Cordova
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Plugin Camera
>    Affects Versions: 2.3.0
>         Environment: Android 6.0.1
>            Reporter: Octavio Pinho Bokel
>              Labels: camera
>             Fix For: Master
> I recently updated the camera plugin to 2.3.0.
> My app (Woopter) use the camera plugin with FILE_URI and correctOrientation = 
> true and the source is the CAMERA
> I noticed that the pictures were showing correctly only on android. On IOS 
> and on the server they were WRONGLY ROTATED.
> What happened is that the picture is keeping the ORIGINAL EXIF after the 
> orientation was corrected. So, in systems that uses the Exif, the picture was 
> being rotated twice. (The Exif is making the correct oriented picture to 
> rotated).

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