In the past few months, Samsung has been pushing for an Android 10 based oneui 2.5 update. This update makes gesture navigation compatible with third-party launchers, and adds support for dynamic photos with sound. But this feature has a problem for users who store photos on Google photos: dynamic photos uploaded to the service will be displayed as still images, while video and audio will be stripped out. < / P > < p > strangely, when foreign media ran the galaxy S20 ultra test of oneui 2.5 last month, they found that Google photos seemed to support Samsung’s dynamic photo function. At the time, motion pictures were properly backed up along with video and audio – although they took a long time to process in the background. But now it’s no longer the case. Dynamic photos uploaded to Google photos Miss video and audio. < / P > < p > it may be that the latest update of Google photos introduced a bug, which affected the upload of dynamic photos. Samsung’s motion pictures have been around for a while, but Google photos didn’t support them until last year. Google said the proposed media negotiation rules would put its free services in Australia at “risk”