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tracy January 5, 2015 at 3:27 pm

I am gettig a 505 error with these links

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Vlad January 5, 2015 at 3:44 pm

Solved the issue…thank you for letting me know!

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Bob January 5, 2015 at 9:22 pm

Found another option for really easy ‘export’ of iPhone photos or other smart phone photos to a PC … from PicasaGeeks.com

Download DropBox to PC and Phone
Create an account
Enable in Phone DropBox Settings … Camera Upload

Then when at PC … go to that PC Dropbox folder of Camera Uploads … Select All – Cut – Paste all those photos to My Pictures

The beauty is Dropbox storage limits are not pressed or compromised IF the photos are removed within a short time frame before more photos are taken with Phone.

Cool – it works!
Bob

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Vlad January 6, 2015 at 7:05 pm

This sounds like a good way to automatically export photos from a phone.
You do run into an old problem though…namely that you have to take the photos from your Dropbox folder on your Pictures and put it into your Pictures folder…just like you are saying….select all and cut and paste into My Pictures.
Most of the times I connect my phone to my Master PC and transfer the photos straight to my Transfer folder inside My Pictures.
Glad to here it works though. I am looking at using Google Drive for something similar.

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Bob Kyle January 7, 2015 at 1:07 am

Update DropBox option: just ran into an issue that requires user to:
1. disable Camera Upload once DropBox contains images
2. remove/delete photos from phone

Reason being for above: if Camera Upload active and photos cut and pasted to My Pictures or Tranfer Folder … DropBox will ‘again’ upload photos that are on the phone (and since there is no photos remaining in the DropBox folder – I guess there is no mechanism for DropBox to know i t already downloaded the photos.

I hope that is somewhat clear. I am just putting those steps in my Phone to PC process.

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