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taking photos without wi-fi?
November-28-2015, 12:05
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taking photos without wi-fi?
Might seem stupid (just got the cube+), but can I just take photos with the cube without being connected to wi-fi, then download them later? If so, how? I tried using the multifunction button, pressing once like the instructions say to do, but no lights blink (the green one stays on) and nothing comes on when I do connect it to the computer.
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November-29-2015, 08:26
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RE: taking photos without wi-fi?
are you pressing it for more than a 3 second count. after it is fully on.
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November-29-2015, 13:16
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RE: taking photos without wi-fi?
(November-29-2015 08:26)fishycomics Wrote:  are you pressing it for more than a 3 second count. after it is fully on.

I finally figured out that I have to press it for a particular amount of time, then the light blinks red and then a photo is taken. There is a lag time, though, between pressing the button and the red light coming on. So, I'm learning.
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November-29-2015, 15:37
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RE: taking photos without wi-fi?
(November-29-2015 13:16)mapwriter Wrote:  
(November-29-2015 08:26)fishycomics Wrote:  are you pressing it for more than a 3 second count. after it is fully on.

I finally figured out that I have to press it for a particular amount of time, then the light blinks red and then a photo is taken. There is a lag time, though, between pressing the button and the red light coming on. So, I'm learning.
Thanks.

when I turn it on/off like you said LAG

the photo just hold it, and do not shake the cam at all.

it is a poorly designed cam with the led on top makes it a lot harder to tell if you did it right? you (if the bep is on)can listen to the solid beep, I keep it low, to tell if it took the pic
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November-29-2015, 15:46
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RE: taking photos without wi-fi?
(November-29-2015 15:37)fishycomics Wrote:  
(November-29-2015 13:16)mapwriter Wrote:  
(November-29-2015 08:26)fishycomics Wrote:  are you pressing it for more than a 3 second count. after it is fully on.

I finally figured out that I have to press it for a particular amount of time, then the light blinks red and then a photo is taken. There is a lag time, though, between pressing the button and the red light coming on. So, I'm learning.
Thanks.

when I turn it on/off like you said LAG

the photo just hold it, and do not shake the cam at all.

it is a poorly designed cam with the led on top makes it a lot harder to tell if you did it right? you (if the bep is on)can listen to the solid beep, I keep it low, to tell if it took the pic

Thanks!
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