1. A____e's Avatar
    Hello,

    sorry for grabbing this old topic, but I have exactly the same problem. I have a Samsung Galaxy S2 in 2.3.3 and I'm not able to upload my picture from my 3G connection. I don't want to upload video because it's to big, and I set the option to upload only the picture with my 3G connection, but it say that it stop the transfer because I don't have any wifi connexion...

    Have you solved your problem ?
    How can we report this bug ? I really want to used this option.

    Thank you,


    A____e.


    Edit : I forgot to say, I'm not with AT&T, but with SFR in France. But it doesn't matter, the problem come from the software google+.
    09-19-2011 08:14 AM
  2. Kevin OQuinn's Avatar
    Hello,

    sorry for grabbing this old topic, but I have exactly the same problem. I have a Samsung Galaxy S2 in 2.3.3 and I'm not able to upload my picture from my 3G connection. I don't want to upload video because it's to big, and I set the option to upload only the picture with my 3G connection, but it say that it stop the transfer because I don't have any wifi connexion...

    Have you solved your problem ?
    How can we report this bug ? I really want to used this option.

    Thank you,


    A____e.


    Edit : I forgot to say, I'm not with AT&T, but with SFR in France. But it doesn't matter, the problem come from the software google+.
    I have no problems at all with instant upload.

    It's hard to say if it's the app for sure. Different networks operate differently, and treat data differently. It can have a huge impact on your quality of service. I haven't explored it, but maybe the app or G+ itself requires wifi for file sizes over a certain size.
    09-19-2011 10:14 AM
  3. A____e's Avatar
    I just try to take the most lightly picture (64 KB) but the picture isn't uploaded until i switch on the wifi. I get the message that it wait for the wifi connexion even if i set to upload with the 3G.
    So i don't know what to do.

    Thank you.
    09-19-2011 12:54 PM
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