12-18-2015 07:56 PM
I don't believe the type of camera affects what is displayed on CC's home screen. As I indicated before, my CC app does not display a "Camera settings" button. My app shows the same three buttons on both my iPhone as well as my iPad.
It is interesting that the iTunes Store shows CC with 4 buttons, my three buttons and the Camera settings button. My app automatically updated a month or so ago so I don't know why the iTines screen shots are different.
12-18-2015 08:31 PM
12-18-2015 08:35 PM
I doubt the Canon's limited support for CameraConnect is to drive their gos module sales. It is obvious though that they have not put much effort into a tool that can be very useful. A user guide for CC is essentially non existent and the inability for the app to transfer images WITH GPS INFO ATTACHED demonstrates a lack of interest in supporting the app. They have updated the app (primary bug fixes) 4 times in 2015.
01-17-2016 08:02 PM
I had no problem installing the app and connecting to my Rebel t6i when I first purchased late last year. I have since gotten a new iPhone 6s and I cannot seem to get the app to function properly. I have deleted and reinstalled the app, re-synced with the wifi encryption key, and now the issue I am having is when actually opening the app the images do not seem to load. Is this an easy fix? Am I doing something wrong?
03-11-2016 11:55 AM
To switch between iPhone and iPad, I go to my camera's Menu (Change camera settings) -> Mobile Device Connect Button and remove the current designation. Then when you go through the connection process, it will give you the option to select a different device, To switch back to the original device, you need to remove the current device again.
04-03-2016 03:58 PM
05-18-2016 09:43 PM
I cannot seem to get it to work since I upgraded myiPhone 6 to iOS 9? I retraced all the steps and my canon connect app does not find the camera even after I am connected to the camera's wifi network