iPro syncs GoPro to Android and the cloud so you can view videos and photos on your Android phone, with no LCD BacPac. It then lets you post that content to Facebook.
UPDATE July 15: Fix your GoPro Black permissions with this shell script:
Just place it at the root level of your device and then restart. It should allow for WiFi sync. Thanks to Peter for pointing this out.
UPDATE April 19: iPro now syncs to ProCloud (http://cloud.getipro.com)
Device Support Matrix:
Hero2: photos only over wifi
Hero3 White: photos and videos over wifi
Hero3 Silver: photos only over wifi
Hero3 Black: photos and videos over USB, on Androids that support USB hosting
1) Powercycle the phone and camera.
2) Check that preview mode in GoPro's official app works
3) Launch iPro, wait for the spinner to stop spinning, which may take some time.
iPro+ adds the ability to upload to Facebook. Share instantly from mountain, beach, park or field.
iPro makes a great companion to the official GoPro App. It also makes a great complement to tracker apps like Endomondo, Calorie Counter, MyFitnessPal, RunKeeper, GPS track apps, running and walking trackers, runtastic, skydiving apps, surf trip apps apps, and sports trackers in general. Now when you post trails to Facebook, you can accompany them with killer photos and videos from iPro.
Upgrade to iPro+ to post videos to Facebook.
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