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  1. miki20021's Avatar
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    Hey guys.

    Is there any option to automatically upload pics to skydrive but ONLY on WIFI?
    I don't want it to take up data from my plan.
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    I believe if you select to upload the highest quality photo, it will only use WiFi and should say so under the option.
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    I want the opposite - to be able to upload all photo's using data regardless of size, used to be able to do this on my Titan.
    It sucks having to wait for wifi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jastow View Post
    I believe if you select to upload the highest quality photo, it will only use WiFi and should say so under the option.
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    I remembered that setting but I can't seem to find it anywhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by miki20021 View Post
    I remembered that setting but I can't seem to find it anywhere.
    1)Settings
    2)Background tasks
    3)Slide across to applications
    4)Photos and Cameras
    5)Scroll down and click on Sky Drive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ttsoldier View Post
    1)Settings
    2)Background tasks
    3)Slide across to applications
    4)Photos and Cameras
    5)Scroll down and click on Sky Drive.
    I can't see the option of high quality etc?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dv720 View Post
    I can't see the option of high quality etc?
    Don't you see it right there? Good quality (May use data plan) and Best Quality (Needs Wi-Fi)
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  8. miki20021's Avatar
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    I too, only have 2 options, no "Best Quality (Needs Wi-Fi)"
  9. miki20021's Avatar
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    Found the option, by the way :)
    When you go to the main pictures app, there's "..." and "skydrive settings", there you shall find it, and not anywhere else (at least in my device)
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    @miki20021 thanks for the instructions, however, I end up with the same two options.

    See this link for a screenshot. http://sdrv.ms/10WTD2n Any other ideas?
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    yep I only see those 2 options too.. nothing about wifi, high quality etc..
  12. illumia's Avatar
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    A guy from support I talked to said it's a setting relative to your region, in some regions it doesn't exist. Totally disappointing, what's the difference if I'm from Australia or the Netherlands, can't I just backup my photos the way I like?!

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