mistermike wrote:If the new app supposedly frees us from being hogtied to the internet, why do I get an error using a simple Home card on a previously properly configured network about card registration unable to be verified? This card has previously uploaded fine without any permission from an Eye Fi server. Moreover, the app emphatically would not allow me to configure a new network without internet connectivity.
SeattleJim wrote:....in the new software it says I can no longer upload my photos to online devices like Picasa because my "license for this added service as expired"......What scam artists!
jinjorge wrote:Some of you may be wondering why we(Eye-Fi) developed a desktop application?
We received requests from users that included:
- the ability to use the application while not connected to the Internet – including adding/removing wireless networks, changing the local destination folders, etc.
We look forward to your feedback to help us make Eye-Fi Center even better.
Jesse Davis wrote:Absolutely positively the most aggravating thing about this software is that I can't change folder destinations without an internet connection.
randhirv wrote:Jesse Davis wrote:Absolutely positively the most aggravating thing about this software is that I can't change folder destinations without an internet connection.
If you are changing folder destinations on the same machine, you dont' need an internet connection. You will need an internet connection if you are switching from one machine to another.
plucky wrote:Please release a java app also for either those unwilling to use windows/osx or those financially unable
Linux in the home is no longer for fringe groups. Ubuntu makes linux a viable option for the budget conscious with the typical requirements of MOST: interwebbing, communication, home finance, media. (Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Peppermint OS)
Unix appliances will shortly be even more commonplace as both the wikis of the LSD and vatican will recommend PFsense for parenting the internet.
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