tmchow wrote:This feature request has my strong vote.
I brought this up in this thread:
Another user brought it up here:
Having the EyeFi use a prioritization mechanism for connections seems like a no brainer:
1. If preferred wifi network available, sync to PC
2. If not preferred wifi network available, enable direct mode to sync with iOS device
This allows users to leave their houses, sync to iPhone/iPad, then when they come back home they can auto sync to PC.
Isn't this what the card does already? i know that i can sync at home to my pc and when i'm far from my router and no known networks are found, it starts up direct mode and transfers to my ipod without having to change any settings on the card.
Bruce wrote:Isn't this what the card does already? i know that i can sync at home to my pc and when i'm far from my router and no known networks are found, it starts up direct mode and transfers to my ipod without having to change any settings on the card.
While you can set this up so that both the phone/ipod/ipad get the photos AND your pc at home gets the photos as well, you can't setup a card to go to multiple computer destinations. That said, you can set the card to either your phone or computer. If set to your phone, you can enable the phone to send to your PC as well. When you arrive at home (or you allow it to go over 3g/4g network), it will transfer to your PC. The end result is that all photos will go to your phone first then to your PC. The Endless memory function with this would be useful (on the phone side).
AndCycle wrote:where is the Endless memory function on the phone/ipad side?
I can't find it :X
Bruce wrote:A very useful feature but it isn't implemented yet. It is definitely on the feature list.
maxt wrote:This is what I also want.
Sync some photos to phone when I'm on the run
Sync all photos to computer when I'm back home.
Bonus points if I could use endless memory mode with which removes photos synced to the computer, but not those which only were synced to the phone.
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