Google Pixel 4 Image Naming That Starts ‘PXL_’ (Rather Than ‘IMG_’) Is Still A Timestamp — Now UTC In 24H Format.

by Anura Guruge

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The change from ‘IMG_’ to ‘PXL_’ happened in Android 11. My Pixel 4 got Android 11 on September 10, 2020.

Though the image names are now longer it is still a TIMESTAMP.

The first part — the DATE — is still the same, i.e., yyyymmdd. So, 20200912 — 09 (September) 12th in 2020. That is easy & the same.

Then it is still the TIME. But, now in UTC (i.e., dear GMT). So, 4-hours ahead of U.S. Eastern (right now). So, 10am Eastern is 2pm in UTC — or 14 in 24hour format. So that is it. Then the seconds have been increased. But, easy enough to get the time in terms of hours & minutes. In UTC in 24hour mode. OK?

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