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Old November 29th, 2012, 09:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Sync photos: Mac iPhoto <--> Galaxy Note 2

Hi,

I'm looking for a consistent approach to periodically sync photos between my Mac iPhoto and the Galaxy Note 2. I use iPhoto to store/consolidate photos taken various camera sources.

Any workflow recommendations? What app do I need to install both on my Mac and/or Note 2?

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Old November 29th, 2012, 09:14 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Whenever I plug my Iphone or memory card from my camera in, I have iphoto set to auto download from the source. I won't get to test this with the note until tonite, but it should recognize it a media source and act the same way. I didn't do anything special to iphoto to get it to perform this task. Well thats how I used to do it. I use Lightroom now.
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Whenever I plug my Iphone or memory card from my camera in, I have iphoto set to auto download from the source. I won't get to test this with the note until tonite, but it should recognize it a media source and act the same way. I didn't do anything special to iphoto to get it to perform this task. Well thats how I used to do it. I use Lightroom now.
What about sending photos from iPhoto album/event to the Note 2?
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I use drop box to send stuff to all my devices
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Curious to know this as well. I use iPhoto for storing all my photos but couldn't figure out a "good" way to sync between the two. I wanted most of my albums on my Note 2 and the only way I was able to do this was to copy/paste all the photos into separate folders, then move all the photos via Android File Transfer to my Note 2's SD card. As these albums won't change or have additional photos added to them, I guess this route is fine. However I'd like to not have to import all photos into iPhoto and then replicate the process again when putting the photos onto my Note 2.
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