iPad Pro iPad Pro 2018 Importing Pictures

turbojoshua

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Dec 26, 2017
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Hi There,

I have just bought an iPad Pro 3rd Gen 12.9" and intend to use "LumaFusion" to help vlog and edit videos whilst on the go rather than taking my Macbook with me everytime. I vlog on a Samsung Note 10+ and have read that you can take the images from it and sync them to your iPad using the USB C cable.

Unfortunately to no luck, has anybody else managed to import photos from an android device to an iPad. Without the use of a Macbook?

Thanks
Josh
 

JD2015

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You could transfer the photos to an SD card on an Android. You can then transfer the photos from there SD card reader to iPad using a USB C card reader. Or alternatively, if you use google, transfer all photos on Android device to Google Photos in cloud. You can then access photos on any device regardless either in web browser or Google Photos app.
 
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turbojoshua

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Dec 26, 2017
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Thank you very much for that! :) Have just this moment ordered a USB Card Reader. Hopefully this will be the end of the stress.

Thank you!

You could transfer the photos to an SD card on an Android. You can then transfer the photos from there SD card reader to iPad using a USB C card reader. Or alternatively, if you use google, transfer all photos on Android device to Google Photos in cloud. You can then access photos on any device regardless either in web browser or Google Photos app.
 

turbojoshua

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Dec 26, 2017
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You sir are an utter legend!, finally got an hour or two to try this out and its as easy as transferring from my Note 10+ and then plugging into my iPad.

Fantastic for use with LumaFusion!. Thanks :)

You could transfer the photos to an SD card on an Android. You can then transfer the photos from there SD card reader to iPad using a USB C card reader. Or alternatively, if you use google, transfer all photos on Android device to Google Photos in cloud. You can then access photos on any device regardless either in web browser or Google Photos app.
 
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