This person had taken a smartphone crashing image, opened many secrets

A few days ago a picture went viral which was crashing the phone. Now the person who clicked this picture has come out and he made many revelations related to it.

The secret behind the wallpaper that crashed the Android smartphone has been revealed. The person who clicked this picture has made some revelations about it himself. In an interview with the BBC, he told me when and how he took this picture. It also explained the reason for its crash. Let me tell you that a few days ago a sunset wallpaper was very much discussed. There was a glitch hidden in this picture due to which many Android smartphones crashed.

This picture is clicked by scientists and amateur photographer Gaurav Aggarwal. The photo was taken in August 2019 on St. Mary’s Lake in Glacier National Park, Montana. When he was posting this picture on Flickr, where did he know that so many smartphones would crash?

There was problem in many devices including Samsung

In this photo, sunset with clouds, mountains, and rivers was shown. Seeing this magnificent view, people used to try to set this picture as the wallpaper of the phone. It then crashed the Android system user interface. According to reports, many other phones including Samsung were affected by this. The highest number of cases occurred in China.

What did Gaurav Aggarwal say

In an interview to BBC, Aggarwal said that ‘I did nothing intentionally. I am sad that people have had trouble with this. ”He clicked the picture with a Nikon camera and later edited it with Adobe Lightroom software.

This caused the phone to crash

He said that there must have been something wrong with the editing or exporting process of the picture, due to which its format was not supported in the Android phone and the smartphone started crashing on opening the picture.