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Lr Mobile starts a Full Camera Roll Upload after iPhone Upgrade

braver

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I've just upgraded to iPhone 7s from backup. Looking forward to using the 256GB to cache more photos locally! However, Lr Mobile started uploading the whole camera roll. I hope it will not lead to duplicates, but even having to wait for it to do a complete sync is a while. Do you guys see the same behavior? Any way to prevent it from happening every time the phone is upgraded?

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It sounds like you have iCloud set to sync your camera roll to all photos, which is why they appeared on the new phone, right? I would consider turning that off for future upgrades, since Lightroom can also make all of the photos available on all of your devices, and you don't really need them duplicated.
 
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