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chamith

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All the pictures are taken using one phone?
and from one places?
is there any way to edit that data?
 

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Most GPS enabled devices saves location-based data with each image
 

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They are data that can be easily extracted from the metadata of the photos.
 

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I do not think there is a definitive way to detect what you are asking. I mean you could take the gps coordinates if available.. and also take the file creation time (or if the date is available as exif data) or something... but that will only work if the coordinates are available; as well as if you could approximate (e.g. draw a bigger circle on the map and see if the points lie within the circle) the co ordinates properly... but only if the gps coordinates are there. Otherwise, I don't see a way from the pixel values itself.

As for the checking which device took the pictures, I am not sure. It does not hurt to see what are in the exif and try to figure it out.
 
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google exif editor, exif purge, or similar phrases and you will find some tools to get you there.
 
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