Export Date on Ipad is wrong

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Jan 05, 2021

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Hi,

Everytime I export a jpg from photoshop on an iPad it saves to a whole different date. I worked on something today and my camera roll said it was made March 7,1982

How can I fix that?

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Export Date on Ipad is wrong

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Hi,

Everytime I export a jpg from photoshop on an iPad it saves to a whole different date. I worked on something today and my camera roll said it was made March 7,1982

How can I fix that?

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Jan 09, 2021

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I'm having the same problem. I had so many repetive pics of the same image to delete because I kept thinking the export was failing. It wasn't showing up in my camera roll as recent like always. After awhile I just happened to notice that the number of pictures in my roll were going up with each save. After searching through all my pictures I finally found them. Yesterday they were saving as May 8, 1990 and today they're saving as Sept. 5, 1985. In the app, however, it states the correct day. Another project date I compared between the app and the camera roll save date was a Dec. 15, 2020 project that saved as July 12, 1992. 

Another thing is in the app the projects shown under recent are in reverse order. The oldest date is at the top and the newest are at the bottom. Maybe there is a setting I am missing though.


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Photoshop version 2.0.2 on a 5th gen iPad that's running iPadOS 14.3.

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The first thing to check is: what do you have in Settings > General > Date & Time?

 

~ Jane

 

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All of that is normal. Photoshop is the only app responding this way. In the CC app the cloud files all have the correct date and time. If I do a quick export from there they maintain the correct, current date. I also tested the AI app and that exports normally too. It seems to just be the PS app that is adding the wrong date.

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I've moved this from the Photoshop forum to Photoshop for Mobile.

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