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Topic # 161986 26-Jan-2015 10:51
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With an Amazon Prime subscription one gets unlimited photo storage on Amazon Cloud Drive. While we already have all our photos on OneDrive/Crashplan I am keen on having them also on Amazon Cloud Drive just so we can then see these on Amazon Fire TV.

The Amazon Cloud Drive application for Windows allows you to upload files, but doesn't keep them in sync. Also Amazon has been asking companies to remove the sync feature - Goodsync for example.

Any ideas/suggestions to keep things in sync?





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  Reply # 1222355 26-Jan-2015 12:43
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Apparently the old Amazon Cloud Drive software does allow for sync, while the new version doesn't. Amazon no longer offer the old software but apparently it still works. A reddit post has a link to the old software from the Wayback Machine here. Can't confirm if it works but I will be testing this tonight myself.



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