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Can Snapbridge connect camera to multiple smart devices?

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cgriffin

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Is it possible to connect my camera (P1000) to more than one smart device using SnapBridge? I have two phones. One has used SnapBridge for the past year to connect to the phone without problem. It still works fine. I just got another phone. With the Connect enabled on the camera, Snapbridge searches for the camera but never finds it. I tried to pair it from the Bluetooth settings on the phone and it sees the camera, but says that it must be done using an app. But the app doesn't see the camera. I can pick up the other phone and it connects right away.  The new phone is a Samsung S21.



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I have a similar issue issue.  I have a D7500, a Samsung smart phone and a Samsung tablet.  I want to selectively pick which device I want to send the pictures to from my camera.



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I have a Samsumg Galaxy Note 9 phone and an iPad Air (3rd Gen). I use both with Snapbridge. I also have 2 cameras: D5600 and Z6II.

 

I have to go into the setup menu,

 

get to the Bluetooth option (under "Connect to smart device" on the Z6II, stand-alone on the D5600)

 

select the correct device. 

 

Then it allows me to use that device to download my photos. 

 

Hope this helps - a little!

 

~M.D.

 

(Sorry, looks like the pics are in reverse order. They show you n the correct order in the list..)

 

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bluzman

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I don't know about connecting a single camera to multiple phones is possible. I do know, however, a Snapbridge allows you to a connect a Nikon camera to multiple smart devices. When I had a P1000, I was able to set it up to connect to my phone and two tablets.







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