It means you double-press the home button, tap and hold the Camera app and then hit the minus sign to really close the app. Your photos should be up there on the Photo Stream.
Give it a few minutes and they should be on all connected devices. Enable Photo Stream Under Settings, i Cloud Oh this is such a plain thing. Photo Stream needs to be enabled at two (minimum) places in your i Device.
Photo Stream is made to work that way: it's only when you close the camera that the photos automatically get synced to the Photo Stream and then finally to all your i Devices.
No, this doesn't mean you press the home button after using the camera and then you run to check the Photo Stream on your i Pad.
Q: I've upgraded both i Photo and OS on my devices to the latest versions.
My i Phone and i Pad can sync photos without problem via i Cloud. I can take a picture on my i Phone and it appears on my i Pad in 5 seconds while the i Photo on my Mac just will not update at all. i Cloud), restarting your devices and then re-enabling photo stream. Those steps are also available for resolving i Cloud photos are not fully syncing problem.
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I don't really know about how popular Photo Stream grew but I can tell you – from the amount of user queries we've seen about Photo Stream – that people really like it and want to use it.
Sure, a few people have had to pull the plug off the feature because there were just too many things going wrong with it. I wouldn't call it a flawed execution at all because every feature that Apple brings in comes with its own set of problems: i Cloud, Face Time, i Message, and of course, Photo Stream. Charge up your i Phone before you even think about Photo Stream.
I can see that album on my i OS devices, but not on my other computer (all of them are on the same i Cloud account).
Now run Activity Monitor, look for Photos Agent, and kill it by selecting and clicking the X at the top left. This will restart Photos Agent, and after a minute, you should see your updated shared albums.