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Registered: ‎10-14-2016
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Stopping auto transfer of pictures on shutdown

Every time I turn off my A6000, it wants to transfer the pictures to a cellphone or a tablet. I want it to stop doing that. The only way I found is to put it in airplane mode where the wifi doesn't work. There must be a better way of doing that but I can't find anything in the menu. This is completely ******. Help me anyone.

Apprentice
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Registered: ‎10-14-2016
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Funny A6000 behaviour.

Every time I turn off my A6000, it wants to transfer the pictures to a cellphone or a tablet. I want it to stop doing that. The only way I found is to put it in airplane mode where the wifi doesn't work. There must be a better way of doing that but I can't find anything in the menu. This is completely ******. Help me anyone

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Re: Stopping auto transfer of pictures on shutdown

Hi Ve2cjw,

 

[Sync to Smartphone] is a camera application that automatically transfers still images that you have shot to your smartphone or tablet computer when the camera is turned off.

 

Here's how you can turn off the [Auto Transfer] in the camera app:

On your camera, select MENU → [Application] → [Sync to Smartphone] → [Option] → [Auto Transfer] →[OFF].

 

If my post answers your question, please click the "Accept as Solution" button.

 

Regards,

-Anthony

 

Apprentice
Posts: 7
Registered: ‎10-14-2016
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Re: Stopping auto transfer of pictures on shutdown

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Well, it wasn't exactly where you said but I finally found it. It wasn't in the options but I found where to get rid of this application. We probably have a menu that's different. Now it's working fine. Thanks a lot for your help. Take care.

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