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I had often used the Fujifilm Camera Remote App to download pictures I took on the XT4. The transfer was usually great and smooth (albeit a bit slow) but worked without a hitch. However, recently there has been a blinking light after the camera is turned off.  A message states, on the camera screen, the following, "START IMAGE TRANSFER TO SMARTPHONE CAMERA WILL TURN OFF WHEN COMPLETE" and on the app it says, atop the app in a green banner, "X-T4-A9FE has Image Transfer Order remaining. To import the remaining image(s), turn the "Auto-Transfer" setting to "ON". 

I checked the auto transfer setting and it is/was turned to "ON", as the video I recorded and uploaded to YouTube clearly indicates. 

It's a bit frustrating since my only solution now is to delete the connection and repair it but that has become both frustrating and time consuming. 

 

Does anyone know why this is happening?

Thank you in advance for your advice. 

 

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