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Once you have iOS 8.1 installed on your device the Seagate Media App will no longer have access to all your Photo Booth photos. This is because Photo Booth is outside of Camera Roll. The Seagate Media App does have access to Camera Roll, but those are only photos and videos taken with the normal Camera. If you want to access any photos taken in Photo Booth you will need to create a custom album with your media. The Seagate Media App will have access to this custom album. Note: Make sure that you give the Seagate Media App access to your photos. To do this navigate to Settings > Privacy > Photos, make sure that access is granted for the Seagate Media App.
Please follow the steps below to create a custom album of your Photo Booth photos:
Now the new album shows up under Albums
Now that the Seagate Media app has access to your media you are able to upload it to your Seagate drive.
To upload content to the Seagate Wireless Plus drive using an iOS device, please follow this procedure:
Note: To view the progress of your upload, select the Bell at the top right corner and it will display the progress of all the files being uploaded.
If you ever need to add more Photos to the Photo Booth album follow the steps below.