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guys, new here. kinda a computer noob. need a bit of help to set up My story: have about 70gb on dropbox, but 50gb is expiring soon have 30gb on onedrive (missed the 200gb promo earlier this year) I use cloud mostly to keep my music library in sync (about 40gb) Using Samsung Note 3, rooted currently sync with "folder sync" app What I want to achieve with bt sync: Sync music to my android sd [oneway from computer] (that means if I mess up the files in the phone, it won't affect my collection on my computers) Upload camera pictures to computer not really a backup so that i can delete photo on my phone and won't affect the files on desktop and the other way around, so maybe stick with drop box for now. have 2-3 computers, but shouldn't be a problem once everything is set up. Planning to get a NAS when everything set up and running. My attempts: For music, I don't seem to be able to choose the save location to save it on my sd card and the version 1.4 doesn't seem to work the way i wanted. For picture, I don't have clear indication of when the pictures are uploaded. and bt sync doesn't seem to sync on my phone and computer if it's not active running. Is there a sync all button
Hi, I am trying to find out if BTSync is the right product for my needs: I have played around with the ReadOnly thing, but not really managed to get it to do what I need: If the centralized server I want to push data to, has a folder set as ReadOnly, the files at the local computer's folder won't get transfered. If the LocalComputer's folder is set as ReadOnly, any files pushed to the centralized server, will be deleted if removed at the local computer... My needs are to somehow transfer local files, to a centralized server, using one-way backup of the files. My wish is that the files are deleted on the local workstation, the copies which have been sent to the server, should not be deleted. Is this at all possible using BTSync? Brgds NomenNescio