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I need help, my XE2 automatically shuts down whenever I am trying to do a wireless transfer via application. The connection lasts for 30sec. or so and transfers 1 - 3 Image and then shuts down.

*Its not the battery since it only shuts down whenever I do a wireless transfer?


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Rebooting the device and the camera (remove the battery and put it in again after some seconds) might help. If it doesn’t, do you have another device to test the transfer? 

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Will try another device for this, I'm not sure if the problem is with my mobile or with the camera.. I learned that the camera is not shutting down but is going on standby.... And sometimes the connection disconnects on the mobile or it crashes. :) Thank you

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