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Madic

Hello all,

 

I can't seem to get the Camera Upload functionality working properly. The WinPhone App doesn't upload any picture.

I've allowed camera upload for my Lumia 920 and defined a custom upload path. The custom upload path is also added to my library.

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My windows phone is connected to a wifi network, has 100% battery and is charging. The camera upload functionality is also activated in the WinPhone App.

The mediabrowser / emby server has wright access to the folder /mnt/photo/MB-Upload.

 

Any idea how I can force the upload? Or why the app isn't uploading? Sadly there is no status to view the upload process :(

 

OS Version: Debian Linux x32 8.0

emby Version: 3.0.5569.0

WinPhone App Version: 8.0.66.0

/mnt/photo is a smb share mounted from a NAS Device to the server. The user running the emby Server has full access to this mountpoint / share.

 

Kind Regards,

   Madic

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ScottIsAFool

Unfortunately, there's no way to actually force it, this is a restriction by MS themselves. The background task that does this is run every half an hour though, so if it's been left on charge for more than an hour, it should definitely have at least started uploading them. If this is not the case, you may need to send your log files.

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Madic

Hello Scott,

 

thank you for your response. So it's using the WinPhone Upload Queue.

Do i neet to enable the photo upload unter Settings --> backup --> photos+videos from the WinPhone Settings?

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ScottIsAFool

No, that setting is for uploading to OneDrive. The only setting you should need to turn on is the one within the app itself. In the app, if you go to settings > photo upload, you can turn it on there.

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