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I turned off bluetooth and the wifi sync worked, well this morning.
 
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I'd love to help with these problems with your Galaxy S5 displaying in iSyncr Desktop if you'd email me at iSyncr@JRTStudio.com. I'm not sure that I have a bullet proof method that I'm able to post to the forum. You do not need to root so far as I am aware. Please email me at support and we can work through these issues together.
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I'd love to help with these problems with your Galaxy S5 displaying in iSyncr Desktop if you'd email me at iSyncr@JRTStudio.com. I'm not sure that I have a bullet proof method that I'm able to post to the forum. You do not need to root so far as I am aware. Please email me at support and we can work through these issues together.
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The only way i was able to transfer to sd without root was to create the same structure of storage isyncr creates on a device that allows apps to write to sd. It didn't work all the time but after pressing sync 3-4 times, it eventually started syncing

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