I captured images when I was on a drive for a couple of hours using Android phone (Nexus 4). When I then checked the Upload page on the app it is showing many sequences (each one having around 150 images, while some having over 400). I have not set any size for the sequence or have touch the phone while I was driving. I just assumed that the images will be captured as a single sequence (or at least multiple sequences, each one having the max no of images allowed per sequence, which is 601 I believe), but that’s not the case here. It seems they are cut into small sequences with no logic at all.
I then uploaded each sequence one by one and what I noticed on the map was that there are gaps between those sequences and each upload sequence are treated separately (and have unique sequence keys as a result), i.e.: the sequence keys
TK1cqlOYSHiny5jxMan3Ww and ilnv7nn98tos0p1aox0d0l,
ilnv7nn98tos0p1aox0d0l and vsrnvu9amcoclx069f3qkr,
vsrnvu9amcoclx069f3qkr and rmYDOhHYTWS10cRsSR1FRQ
should really be just one sequence.
My questions then are:-
1- Why are the images split into sequenecs with random number of images on the app? Is it the limitation of the device (Nexus 4 being rather old)?
2- Is there a way to rejoin those sequences back into one large sequence?
3- How do I stop it from happening again?