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There are a few ways to do this: Method #1: Do an unencrypted backup of your iOS device. Then, go to ~/Library/Application Support/MobileSync The most recent folder will be the one your backup is in. Within that folder are many many folders and files that have been obfuscated. Your images, if they are part of that app, are in there. You can do the ...
The images are stored in the app unless you set the option for them to be also be saved to the camera roll. Deleting the app does delete the in app storage. It may be possible to mount the iPad as a drive on a computer using recovery software like iExplorer or similar and try to recover the deleted files. I am not aware of anyone that has done it so it ...
I've looked through our logs and I see numerous calls to smugmug.images.get but the calls aren't signed OAuth requests. If you are using OAuth, all requests should have the oauth_* parameters as query parameters according to the OAuth spec.
Our API site is the best place to get information, https://smugmug.atlassian.net/wiki/display/API/Home And our API forum on Dgrin is a great resource as well. http://www.dgrin.com/forumdisplay.php?f=25 If you need anything else, please let us know. Wendee SmugMug Support Hero http://help.smugmug.com/
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