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FlashAirDownloader – development: Now it’s your turn

Hi,. folks,

I just programmed a small windows service to automatically FlashAir-pictures when I found out that I lost my FlashAir – card

So I am not able to test that program anymore. I decided for myself that I need something better than the unstable FlashAir-Cards and bought a camera with WiFi inside. (Just in case you are curious: It is a Sony HX400)

I do not publish this as a working download, because I am not able to test it. So there is a big chance that this even breaks the original program. But FAD2 is open source, so I checked the code in into the development-branch on GitHub.

So if there is any C# – developer out there who is willing to invest one or two hours to finish that, feel free to do that.

 

P.S: No, please don’t buy me a new FlashAir 🙂

FlashAirDownloader 2

Development stopped! Please read this before downloading FAD
Keep your Version updated! Always click onto the “Check for Updates” in the Program after installation

The FlashAirDownloader 2 is out there (Because of my Laziness I will just call it FAD from now on)

A lot of people used the FlashAirDownloader which was meant as a personal tool and quick hack to access my Toshiba FlashAir Card. As more and more people asked me for features (and some for the code) I decided to make it open source so more folks can help improve the tool.

Sadly so: The code was a mess. As I told you: Just a quick hack. It would be to embarrassing to make this public 😀 So I decided to rewrite it from scratch: This time making it right regarding code quality and UI design. Nonetheless this program still uses Framework 4.0, cause I know there are Windows XP users out there who have no other possibilities to access the FlashAir.

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