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Manually uploading pictures to sports tracker.

| February 1, 2008 | 4 Replies


Its 5 in the morning, i’m sitting on some same, watching the stars blinking and the moon play with the tide.

The picture above was taken yesterday in an internet cafe with a half decent system and workable claimed 512kb connection. Should you ever be in an unfortunate situation where sports tracker will not recognised your tracked photos, there’s always an option at least, of finding a computer and cable/memory cardreader/bt dongle and putting your pictures on st yourself.

Now because there isn’t a bulk upload option as of yet, something that might take 20 minutes from the phone would take you 3 hours on a computer (based on the local connection speed)

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When your workout is uploaded, just choose upload A PHOTO. Since there’s no bulk upload option as of yet, you must put each photo up one by one. Therefore something that could take 20 minutes on your phone would take you 3 hours based on the local connection speed. You could always mass shrink your images first since sports tracker doesn’t use full size images. I would have used microsoft outlook.

First select a bunch of photos, right click “send to email recipient” and “make images smaller” when options appear. Them copy the attached files in outlook to somewhere like your desktop ready for upload. There’s other methods and dedicated software but outlook is often on most computers(except the ones I happen to be using when I’m here)

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