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Transfer Photos and Video to phone
#1
I'm often it and about and want to pay a quick photo from the MP to Instagram. I fly with an iPad Mini 2 and use a Google pixel 2 XL phone.
Is there a quick way to transfer images to the phone from the drone? Cable is ok. Or do I have to upload to a computer or use an SD Card adapter
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#2
Still photos are easy to transfer to your device from the DJI Go app. Bring up the photos in the Editor part of the app and there will be a blue button on each photo to download the full-res version from the Mavic to the app. The Mavic, controller and device need to be connected.
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(02-26-2019, 03:33 PM)examplemallet Wrote: Still photos are easy to transfer to your device from the DJI Go app. Bring up the photos in the Editor part of the app and there will be a blue button on each photo to download the full-res version from the Mavic to the app. The Mavic, controller and device need to be connected.

It is best suited when you buy new MEIZU phone and move all/some data to new phone but you can use it on other occasions too. Even I used 3rd Party Apps like “Share it” until I learned about this feature in Flyme OS. It was added later in Flyme 6 and now come pre-installed in all Flyme versions. Indeed, it is also pre-installed in Flyme 7 too. It is simplest method to transfer data to other MEIZU phone and it can transfer apps data & Settings configuration too. You can also use this app on other Non-MEIZU android devices too. One drawback is that it can’t transfer data from SD Card. I hope this will be added in future.
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#4
Both MEIZU phones should be under same network. If you have Wi-Fi connection, connect both phones to same network. If you don’t have Wi-Fi, don’t worry. You can just turn on Wi-Fi hotspot on any of the phone (you don’t need to turn on data) and connect other phone to the same network.
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(02-26-2019, 03:34 PM)chimpledfoothill Wrote: Both MEIZU phones should be under same network. If you have Wi-Fi connection, connect both phones to same network. If you don’t have Wi-Fi, don’t worry. You can just turn on Wi-Fi hotspot on any of the phone (you don’t need to turn on data) and connect other phone to the same network.

You will see data transfer progress in both phones. Once completed, you will see “Migration Complete” screen in New phone and “Data sent” screen in Old phone. Hurray, data is transferred successfully. Tap on“Exit Migration” on both phones to exit.
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