Currently Being ModeratedMay 23, 2012 8:21 PM (in response to daithen)
finally i seem to have resolved this issue on my windows PC. the 2 latest things i did was to uninstall/install the iCLoud control panel. But after doing it, it didnt seem to work immediately. so was fiddling around again. then i decided to remove the existing photos that were in the Uploads folder which contain old and new photos together, and just placed fresh new photos and then i noticed they were uploaded !!
Currently Being ModeratedJun 16, 2012 1:44 PM (in response to daithen)
Hey, i dont know if this will work for everyone but after trying all of the above (none of which worked) i spotted one commenter that talked about sharing properties of the folders - I've just checked my uploads folder and it was set to 'read only'. After i unchecked this all my photos in my upload folder ( on my Window 7 64x PC ) made their merry way onto my Ipad
Currently Being ModeratedSep 3, 2012 1:20 PM (in response to daithen)
This is the advise Apple give, it worked for me. For most people it's due to lack of power:
I don't see photos in Photo Stream on my iOS device:
Check the following:
- From your Home screen, tap Settings > iCloud > Photo Stream, and make sure the slider is set to the ON position.
- From the Home screen, tap Settings > Wi-Fi, make sure the slider is set to ON, and that your device is connected to a wireless network.
- Ensure that Camera app is closed on the device where you took the photo. Photo Stream will not upload photos from an iOS device until the Camera app is closed.
- Ensure your iOS device has not fallen below 20% battery power. To preserve battery life, Photo Stream downloading and uploading are disabled when the battery reaches this threshold. Downloading and uploading will resume once you charge your device, and the battery charge is greater than 20%.
- I don't see photos in my iPhoto or Aperture Photo Stream album