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Is it on or off?
The Question contradicts the title.
Sync only over WiFi, one would think, should tell the system to not use Cellular Data. Ive just checked my iPhone (iOS10) and apparently the Cellular Settings show Lightroom as active for use of Cellular Data. So I guess one should turn it off there too.
Perhaps a bug.
Oops. You are right. I contradicted myself.
"Sync only over wifi" was turned on, attempting to keep Lightroom from using my cellular data.
I've now also toggled it off under Settings>Cellular to ensure it uses no cell data. Maybe the 200MB was an update. Frustrating to have spent that level of data at the end of my cycle.
Agreed. That was toggled on when the 200MB were used... Maybe an app update.
Is it just the iPhone or iPad
Which OS do you use (Iphone or Ipad ?)
What OS on computer?, donth think the issue is on your computer but !
What I have done remove your lightroom app, and install it again, everything still there after you log on to your iPhone or iPad again.
Look at my Iphone app version 2.5.1
Have as pictures below, here you can see I have 162 mb but for this it is 72.8 mb application and the rest 89.3 mb pictures
And from my Ipad version 2.5.2 I have 79,7 mb and 28,6 mb pictures :-) Here are the iPad updated to the latest OS version and Lightroom to the latest version.
Why Iphone show more mb, I do not know but maybe this update doing some miracle J.
Here is my settings, 374 pictures here and that’s give 89,3 mb on the iphone and 28,6 on my Ipad J
Now I got something to think about, have no desire to update my iPhone to OS 10
Just gets better and better, after running remove my lightroom iphone app then restart iphone, and then install it again (to version 2.5.2), I now have 8.8 mb documents and data remain. :-)