Hi corporatei, the problem is the jpg file was taken by live focus mode. If the photo is taking by Photo mode in Note10+, you have no problem adding tag. I am not sure why live focus jpg file cannot edit meta file. Most likely Microsoft issue.
You can download Exif Pilot here for free.
This software can edit this metadata file. Select problem files and double click it to open properties. Click on Add New Tags tab. Choose EXIF/Image, scroll to XPKeywords, then you can change the XPKeywords, which is same field for tag. You can save the file when done. Hope this help.
I forgot to mention, the other workaround for this, is to re-save the photo in Photoshop or in Microsoft Paint. Then, the new file is able to write Tags onto it and will work. Therefore, the problem is the software in the Samsung phone itself.
It is September 2020, and still no news about a resolution to this software problem?
It has never happened before in any Samsung devices, in any time.
I could not purchase another Samsung device unless this problem is fix in confidence.
Hi Keagan, what is the news from Samsung Support? there was a recent update on the camera app and recent software update with Samsung Note 10+. The newest update of Camera app is Version 10.0.03.17 . Samsung did not fix this tag problem. So why did they not fix this problem?
Hi corporatei, All feature requests and suggestions are executed by prioritizing them depending on various factors. So I request you to please give us some time to process your suggestion. We will let you know if we have any information on this as soon as possible.
Tony, this is not a feature request or feature suggestion. I am reporting a software bug or a software problem on your side that needs to be fixed.