How would the camera work? I mean most camera's it is only a one way sync. You really just want to move your picutres off your camera, so you have more space to take new ones. Also with music, a lot of people can't sync all of there music or only want to sync a certain amount. I feel like there should be a more advanced dialog (which I hate cause this is elementary we're talking about unless I'm missing something).
So the parts that would be relevant to the camera are naming the device, seeing how much space you have left on the device, configuring an application to launch automatically, etc. There are still options there
For more advanced music syncing, that would happen in Beatbox.
No, because this plug doesn't actually have access to your music library. Only you're music player does. So the plug is only a middle man to say "Hey music player, this device has been plugged in and you need to sync it!"
If we had some kind of standard for accessing file libraries we could create a program that could sync your music in the background without the music player ever knowing or caring. But this does not exist
Yea, you right. But I think that on elementary forum you can find people, who can do it. I can even help. What program you used to create that icons? And are there any guidelines about style of elementary icons?
I've always though having iTunes sync all of your non-music to your iPod/Pad/Phone made no sense, but I never really thought about what should be done. Not sure if it's possible to sync bookmarks though, but I trust you did some research? Nice work.
I like it, add features to make it sync with programs registered with contractor and make it possible for a camera to auto sync to a folder when connected, that way you don't have to open a program and it just syncs
Well, it just says "devices", not just apple products. It should work with many things, mp3 players, cameras, etc. That's my other concern, if the images are specialized, they should match what the device is. So an mp3 player doesn't just use the ipod image.