Originally Posted by GotGarlic
I think I see the problem, although I don't understand it. I have my cell phone, tablet and Windows PC connected to Dropbox. So when I take a pic with my cell phone, it's automagically uploaded to Dropbox and synced to my tablet and PC. But for some reason, the app doesn't like pix from the Dropbox folder. I could select a photo and attach it from a non-Dropbox folder. Thanks for looking into this.
This is because the file is on dropbox and not on your tablet. You can download it from dropbox first and get it on your tablet. There are many ways to go about it. Have a look at ES File Explorer. This might help solve your problems as it allows browsing of Drive and Dropbox and does the down load seamlessly.
Originally Posted by taxlady
I need a stylus for my phone. What should I look for? Why is that stylus worth so much money?
Depending on the phone it may be wasted money.
Most phones and tablets are capacitive (the iPhone is for instance) and need a contact area about a quarter square inch which is why the ends of the styli are so fat. The Samsung note (amongst others) using an inductive as well as capacitive stylus. The Note uses the Wacom digitizer in particular.
The reason it was worth it for me is speed and precision. Inductive (active) styli are faster, more responsive and more accurate.
If your phone does not support it then it won't work. It won't do anything.