Thanks for your question! If you logged in via Google to download any apps on both, this is just your images being synced over from your cloud storage on Google's services.
God Bless all here. I lost my 7" Samsung Galaxy Tablet in April this year and replaced it with a 10" Note Tablet in June. Shortly after I bought the note a photograph from the gallery of the 7" appeared on my note. Only myself, the merchant who sold me the note, and Samsung knew I had bought the note. How difficult would it be to carry out such transfer? I have never had Bluetooth switched on. I reported the loss of the 7" to the local police station who assured me it had not been handed in but I have assume that it was some branch of the security services who transferred the photo because they are forever reminding me that they watch every move I make and take note of every little thing I do. Has anybody any suggestions as to what I can do about this? I can't prove when the photo was taken but there is no doubt in my mind that it comes from the other tablet. It is a photograph of me in my hotel room in Thailand and it appeared on the new note after I had left Thailand. It was among the 700 photos on the gallery of the old 7"and the only one not taken from the web