jsun wrote:hi MadManAce,
These D800 issues were a surprise to us as well. Please make sure the Eye-Fi upload feature is enabled in your Setup menu - maybe the firmware update turned that setting off somehow. Remove a CF card if you're using one, and shoot some JPEGs onto the Eye-Fi card in the SD slot. Look for the Eye-Fi wireless icon toward the bottom left of your info display. It should show a full dot (not an empty circle) and start animating once uploads start.
If that does not help, please copy any photos off the card that you wish to save. Connect the card to your computer using the Eye-Fi reader, and format it using the default method on your system. (On Windows: right click, choose Format, and quick format as FAT32; on Mac, open Disk Utility and Erase as MSDOS/FAT.) When this is done, disconnect and re-connect the card and reader, open Eye-Fi Center and add your wi-fi network to the card again. (http://support.eye.fi/cards/networks/ho ... e-fi-card/) Remove any other networks listed under the "Remove" section of Private Networks.
Next, please shoot some JPEG photos within 3 meters of your router. If they transfer slowly or not at all, please connect the card back to your computer and send us your Eye-Fi card log. (for instructions: viewtopic.php?f=30&t=5776 ) Attach the log to an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, with a link to this thread, and we'll be happy to take a look.
erezshory wrote:hey ppl,
well i have the same issue i was going mad thinking i did something wrong, but when using my D300s all is good,
but the big issue is i cant make the card work with my D800 even on wifi network (once i move the card into the d300s it start working instantly)
the card is enabled in the menu
michaelhreed wrote:Yannickraw - I tried setting up a hotspot with iPhone and Samsung galaxy, none of it works, a portable MiFi device may be the answer.
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