Mac Iphoto users


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  1. ParishyM

    ParishyM Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    i'm missing the ability to sync all my iphoto pics
    to my phone like itunes does. is there any way
    in Android to get them from iphoto to the N1 ?
     

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  2. mazzabl

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  3. ParishyM

    ParishyM Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    looks like i need to upgrade to a larger
    memory card too, i'll look around and see who has what.
     
  4. DocTauri

    DocTauri Well-Known Member

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    Maybe having your pics in Picasa will help, not sure, but I will say that I like Picasa more than iPhoto!
     
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    150_cav Well-Known Member

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    yay someone else using a Mac and android
     
  6. ParishyM

    ParishyM Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    none of those programs really worked so i ended up simply exporting my iphoto library to a new folder and copying that to the micro sdhc card. it took the N1 a good while to process and sort 3000+ photos but it now works fine.
     
  7. CodeMonkey

    CodeMonkey Well-Known Member

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    Maybe try Salling Media Sync?

    I have the paid version but I only use it for syncing music to my N1.

    From the help file...

     
  8. BigTimeNexusFan

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    I too like Picasa. It's cool that the geo tagging info is displayed (if you have it turned on) beside your pictures showing you exactly where you took them.
     

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