Dropbox

A short but sweet change log wraps up today's update

Dropbox got updated today, with one very small, but very irritating bug being fixed — the broken camera auto-upload. Previously, users on Android 4.4.2 were forced to open the app and manually upload their pictures, as background uploading was not working as intended. In addition, now you can choose to upload only pictures to your Dropbox, and eave the videos on your phone to take care of later.

While this bug affected very few devices, we're glad to see such a timely fix. Go grab it.

 
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thatguy97 says:

Yesssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssassssssssssssssssssss
Thank you!!!!

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asaini007 says:

Why not just use Google+ photos for backup?

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artnoc310 says:

Because Google plus doesn't run on my Linux file server to sync locally.

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Does your photos become the property of Google?

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NoNexus says:

That is the same as saying why not Facebook for backup?

mssca says:

That's one issue I have too...

Daryl Aaron says:

Plus u can't delete pictures from ur phone with Google+.

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l00natic71 says:

Yes you can. Open the "photos" app and select the pics you want to delete.

scaots says:

I am still on older version 2.3.10.4 and it has always worked on my Nexus 5 so it must only be with the most recent updates.

chuckh0308 says:

I had to uninstall the update because the app stopped working completely with the new version. Would force close before even opening. I haven't had any problems with the older version and camera uploads.