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    Question Supervised Photo Transfer

    Hi all,

    Got some iPads on sight and using a Mac with Apple Configurator to configure some profiles, apps, and supervise them. They're then enrolled in Profile Manager with OS X Server for some extra settings and profiles to manage wirelessly.

    We've come up a bit stuck. When you want to transfer photos and videos the device appears empty. iTunes reports that it can not talk to a supervised device, and other 3rd party tools like iTools also don't work.
    I've though about dropbox for staff, but this is only viable for photos really, not videos and on class sets of devices where pupils use them, this isnt going to work. They cant each have a dropbox account and remember to sign in and out.

    Anyone got any ideas or advice?

    Thanks

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    We use the Simple Transfer app. It gives you a URL which you can visit from any computer connected to the same network and then select which files you want to download.

    It works ok as long as your wifi connection is fast enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMODAlpha View Post
    Anyone got any ideas or advice?
    I'm trying out PhotoSync - set it up with file transfer details, leave it running in the background on the iPad and it should automaticaly transfer any photos or videos from the camera roll to a location on your network as they are taken. I was just setting this up earlier today, and so far I've not managed to get it working, but if it works as advertised it should be very useful.

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    Will look at both of those. Thanks guys.

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