marcv

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  1. Agree with you. One folder much better. I have 100's now. No good.
  2. I had an iphone 6 and just got a 7. Before the folders being backed up were just "102Apple" and "103Apple". Now I see on the new phone and latest sync I have over 100 folders. The original 102Apple and 103Apple but 100 plus folders with a single image in each named "group3", "group17", "group55", etc. just a bunch of random named folders with one image each. This is bad because now on desktop when using picasa I have 100's of folders cluttering things up when all I needed was the DCIM named folders like before of which there were just two per phone right now. Is this normal behavior and what would have caused the change?
  3. I just installed BT Sync on Windows 7 Pro 64 bit and the apps on both my iphone 6 and an iphone 6 plus. I wanted to have it backup my camera roll on both phones. Everything linked up ok and seems to work although extremely slow (< 1Mbps on a Wifi AC network with the phones within 5 feet of the high speed router. Normal speedtests on these phones and even right now is over 130mbps on my wifi). So in addition to the speed issue I see on both phones the moment I shut them off (not powered down just the click of the power button to turn screen off) the syncing stops. The peers drop on the desktop for both. The app is open on both phones and is the current active app when I turn the phone off too. Just curious if this is normal. Using the latest version of both desktop and mobile app (just downloaded within the hour). These were all first time installs on all devices.