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After couple of years of using Fujifilm - and having troubles with connection to my Android phone plenty of times, after seeing Camera Remote being slow - all of which I can live with (thou its hard) - this app started putting files  to different locations.

Took me a long while to find a specific file...

Folders name given by program:

Camera Remote

Photo receiver.

Ok - I can handle 2.

Bot now - it puts files to strange locations:

/storage/sdcard1/Android/data/com.fujifilm_dsc.app.remoteshooter/files/fujifilm

At first I thought these pisc were missing and the app was broken or maybe my sd.. Now Im sure the quality of this app is far far beyond any expectations.

 

Any comments/ solutions? regards.

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I had similar problems with the application which never worked properly (Android version) and finally stopped to use it.

For pictures with the tripod I just use the timer and put 2-3 seconds delay.

Edited by dcampog

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