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Dropbox download of 6000 images in 1 minute possible with android


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Ella5

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Is it possible to upload 6000 images to Dropbox in one minute using an android cellphone? The images had a low resolution, between 20000 and 500000,. However Dropbox shows that there were downloaded all within the same minute?

If they couldn't be done with a cellphone, how could this be accomplished? Please I know someone out there can help me with this question. It is very important! Can anyone answer the question?
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Sure, it's 'possible'. 6000 1kb images with a fast enough connection is 'possible'.

 

If Dropbox shows they were all 'downloaded' in the same minute, you could be looking at a sync date or something instead, or Dropbox may be downloading the entire batch at once and display the date when the last one of them all was downloaded.


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I just wanted to add this since I recently ran into this problem on my phone. There is an app Called (of all things) "Folder Downloader for Dropbox"  Link. It can download a whole file directory to your phone. I'm not sure if this was your question or not, but in case you were looking for an app to use. It is free, but make sure you disable any pin code with your dropbox just while the download is going (since if it locks it will stop/fail).

 

I'm sure there are also many more apps out there for this but I was excited when I found it since It let me move all my music onto my phone :)


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