After launching Photoshop Express on an Android phone, no images are displayed and you see the message:"No images found on your phone. Take some pictures with your camera phone and they'll show up here."
By default, Photoshop Express looks for your photos on your phone's SD card. However, many Android phones come with internal memory to which images are saved.
Depending on your model of phone, there should be some method of changing where you photos are saved. This option should be in the Camera app settings, and may be labeled as "Storage Location". Check your camera's documentation for complete details.
Many Android phones come with internal storage, and may not have an included SD card. You can add a microSD card if necessary.
The built-in storage in Androids doesn’t appear as a microSD card for applications. Therefore, any application that requires an SD card for storage sometimes have compatibility problems.
Technically speaking, the internal storage on the phone is mounted at /emmc, and microSD cards show up normally at /sdcard. As with most Android applications, the Photoshop Express application looks for images at /sdcard instead of /emmc. Therefore, it is unable to find any images.