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I have tried searching for an alternative on alternativeTo but didn't find anything particular to my scenario. I realize owncloud's Android app can do all of the above, but I'd like to know if this can be done without an app. I'm afraid that falls into the Is there an app for X category, which our help center lists as being explicitly off topic. Combining several apps you most likely find useful for other means as well, this should be accomplishable. Not the answer you're looking for?Browse other questions tagged sync files or ask your own question. In the Saturn V launch sequence, what defined COMMIT, and what happened between COMMIT and LIFTOFF?


Can the function in the first screenshot at the left be replicated in such a way that we can use ownCloud?
If so, I might have a working combination I'm even using myself on multiple devices, though not directly with OwnCloud.
Most likely together with its integrated scheduler, so you have an idea about what time that job has finished.
You can use this to schedule your regular sync intervals (easy to do, as it's just a time interval as condition, and the FolderSync pair as the task; note this might require the Pro version of FolderSync for Tasker support).
However, one of the 3 apps involved you're using already, and once you've got used to Tasker you will ask yourself how you could do without. Is it possible to get a similar "user experience" like with other cloud services, with your own "cloud resources"? The other three screenshots show that I can add a server, but not a file sync server - which is what I need - ownCloud in my case.


Which means you've first to setup your OwnCloud account in FolderSync (as described in the linked short-tut), and then define "folder pairs", i.e. This is what you can use to trigger your "instant photo upload", by watching your DCIM folder(s) and trigger the corresponding "folder pair" to be sync'd.
For testing purposes, a 7-day-trial can be obtained on their project site; export all your config from within the app on day 6, uninstall, re-install, and import it again gives you another 7 days (recommendation by the dev himself). FolderSync requires 3 bucks as well; but it supports so many services, and has Tasker integration, I'd say it's worth the investment.
So better leave that integrated scheduler off, we either need something else to trigger your "instant photo upload".




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