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jhensen16 Level 1 Level 1

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iPad 2
  • Meck PNG Level 1 Level 1

    It seems only work with iTune.

  • King_Penguin Level 10 Level 10
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    iTunes

    You use the device's Photos tab on your computer's iTunes to sync photos, in a similar way as for syncing other content : http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4236 . You will need to sync all the photos that you want on the iPad in one, as only the most recent photo sync remains on the iPad - not including photos in a subsequent sync is how you delete them from the iPad.

  • Mary Daykin1 Level 2 Level 2

    Here is a link that will help http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4236

  • MichaelToye Level 1 Level 1

    you can only do this through iTunes.

     

    Within iTunes, in the photos tab for your ipad, add your picture folder from your laptop to the sync libraries.

     

    then sync.

     

    your photos will be transferred to ipad.

  • jhensen16 Level 1 Level 1

    but it will say that it will delete the other pictures thAt i sync from laptop to ipad

  • MichaelToye Level 1 Level 1

    use the digital camera transfer utility to manually transfer the images from your ipad's camera roll to your laptop.

     

    this was always apple's intended workflow.

  • Vestan Pance Level 2 Level 2

    A non iTunes solution is to use an app called Photosync - download the app from the app store onto your iPad and go to their website to download a version onto your laptop.

     

    http://photosync-app.com/photosync/en/downloads.html

     

    This is a great app and I've used it many times to sync photo's from my Mac to my iPad / iPhone and vice versa. Nothing gets deleted.

  • King_Penguin Level 10 Level 10
    expertise.itunes
    iTunes

    You need to sync all the photos that you want on the iPad together, as only the most recent photo sync remains on the iPad - this only applies to synced photos (those taken with the iPad, transferred to it via the camera connection kit, or saved from emails/websites etc are not affected by this). Not including photos in a sync is how you delete those photos from the iPad.

  • Meck PNG Level 1 Level 1

    if your ipad 2 was sync with other computer, and the photos you want add to your ipad was in diffrent computer, you may need authoriz the new computer under your apple store ID, when you connect your ipad 2, you will able to back up your ipad to the itunes with this computer, than you will have all new photos and old photos.

  • King_Penguin Level 10 Level 10
    expertise.itunes
    iTunes

    That won't work - only the most recent photo sync remains on the iPad, so syncing photos from a different computer will overwrite those synced from the first computer, not add to them.

  • Meck PNG Level 1 Level 1

    Yes, you are right. but if autoriz the new computer under the same ID, will alow you to back up your iPAD to the new computer before do the syncing. each ID can autoriz 5 computers. also, you can use iPAD 2 to take an photo, than connect your iPAD to computer, iPhoto will auto oppen for you to save the photo from ipad to iPHOTO. chose all you want to save.

  • King_Penguin Level 10 Level 10
    expertise.itunes
    iTunes

    iPhoto will allow you to transfer photos from the iPad that weren't synced from a computer originally i.e. those taken with the iPad, transferred to it via the camera connection kit or saved from emails/websites . Photos that were originally synced from a computer can be copied to a computer via third-party apps such as Simple Transfer (but as photos are 'optimsed' when they are synced to the iPad, any copied back to a computer may not be exactly the same as they originally were on the computer)..

     

    An iTunes backup also doesn't contain synced photos, only those photos in the Camera Roll/Saved Photos album.

  • bonser10 Level 1 Level 1

    i pad air

  • JohnG Otto Level 1 Level 1

    NIce, but it does not answer the question asked.  Nor do all the suggestions to buy new HW and SW, and/or to "sync". 

     

    How do you transfer FROM laptop TO iPad or iPhone?  Should be just a matter of connecting the lightning to USB cable and dragging from finder window on laptop to symbol for connected mobile device... but in this brave new world such a reasonable thing is broken by design, right along with fonts. Too many former MSFTies and H-1Bs on what passes for a design staff.

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