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I uploaded a picture and posted it on my wall but I realized that I uploaded the wrong copy of the picture. Is there anyway I can "update" the picture in that post without actually have it show up as a completely new post?

I want to keep all of the comments, etc links to the photo. Is this possible?

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As @dnbrv said, Not possible. –  Bibhas Jun 24 '12 at 19:03
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It's still not possible to do whether or not you offer a bounty. This feature is 100% absent from Facebook. –  dnbrv Jun 25 '12 at 1:34
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It makes no sense for Facebook to even offer this either... you shouldn't be able, as a regular user, to basically move comments over from one picture to another. That could get a lot of people in trouble. :D –  Nathan Francy Jun 25 '12 at 13:16
    
@NathanFrancy - thats a good point . . –  leora Jun 25 '12 at 22:26
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No. You can't "replace" a picture in Facebook. You'll have to delete the wrong one and upload the correct one.

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The best I've done is to add the updated picture as a comment photo. Then people can clearly see that the comments pertain to the original photo.

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As already said in the comments and the other answer, it is not possible BUT there is a small possibility here:

If you do not directly upload the images to Facebook but instead upload it elsewhere and post a link to the image as a status update, then the photo can be changed by changing the content of the link.

Also, a snapshot of the photo will be shown attached with the status update.

But the minus point here is that the photo will NOT be visible from your Albums.

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