How to enable or disable Camera Upload to Dropbox?

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The 'Camera Upload' feature allows you to automatically upload photos and videos from your phone, camera, SD card, and many other media devices whenever you connect it to your computer. The feature entirely depends on Windows AutoPlay to work correctly. You can find your AutoPlay settings in Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > AutoPlay.

To enable Camera Upload feature, make sure that you have the latest version of Dropbox desktop application.

  1. Click the Dropbox icon in the system tray
  2. Click the gear icon and select Preferences... from the menu
  3. Click Change AutoPlay Settings from the Camera Upload section
  4. AutoPlay settings will appear in a new window:
    - To enable Camera Upload, click the menu next to the media devices and select Import pictures and video using Dropbox.
    - To disable Camera Upload, click the menu next to the camera, phone, or other media device and select Take no action

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