How do I instantly upload pictures and videos taken with my Samsung Galaxy Tab?S 10.5?
You can use Samsung Link, Google™ Photos, or Dropbox® to instantly upload pictures and videos captured with your device.
Instant Upload to Samsung Link
With Samsung Link, you can remotely access content stored on your computer and other devices running Samsung Link.
NOTE: You will be required to log in to your Samsung account. It may be necessary to download and install Samsung Link from Google Play™ Store or Samsung GALAXY Apps.
Auto Backup to Google Photos
When you add your Google+™ account to your device, you can set your device to upload your pictures and videos to Google Photos.
NOTE: When you turn on Auto Backup, your pictures and videos are set to private. They will not be visible to anyone until you choose to share them.
If you need to modify the Auto Backup settings:
• Account: Select a different Google Account.
• Photo size: Set the picture size for backing up. Choose Full size (up to 15GB) or Standard size (unlimited at 2048px).
• Get more storage: Purchase additional storage.
• Back up photos: Choose when you want your device to upload the pictures you have captured. Select Over Wi-Fi or mobile network or Over Wi-Fi only.
• Back up videos: Choose when you want your device to upload the videos you have captured. Select Over Wi-Fi or mobile network or Over Wi-Fi only.
• Back up local folders: Back up pictures and videos stored in folders on your device or optional microSD™ card.
• Roaming: Have your device upload content even when you are roaming, which may increase charges. Contact your wireless service provider for details.
• While charging only: Have your device upload content only when it is connected to a power source.
• Back up all: Immediately upload any existing content from your device's camera to Google+. Touch Yes on the confirmation screen.
• About Auto Backup: View more information regarding Auto Backup.
Instant Upload to Dropbox
The Dropbox application can automatically upload your pictures and videos to Dropbox using Wi-Fi or mobile data. All files are uploaded at their original size and full quality, and they are saved to a private folder in your Dropbox called Camera Uploads.
NOTE: It may be necessary to download and install Dropbox from Google Play Store.
At any time, you can turn Camera Upload on or off from the Dropbox application by touching More options > Settings > Turn on Camera Upload/Turn off Camera Upload.
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