Android Sync

On this page you can see how to sync the Diving Log for Android app with Windows and Mac OS.

Available on Google Play

Dropbox

  1. Click here how to sync Diving Log 6.0 and Diving Log for Android via Dropbox

Windows (USB)

  1. Make sure you always close the app on the phone before syncing with the PC via USB. This ensures that the app and the logbook database on the phone is not running in the background. Tap “Close App” in the app drawer:

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  2. In Diving Log 6.0, click on “Sync > Android”:

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  3. Select “Diving Log” in the upper right corner, make sure your device is displayed and selected in the upper left corner and click on “Send to Device”:

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  4. Disconnect your phone, start Diving Log on your phone, open the app drawer (upper left corner) and select “Manage Logbooks”:

  5. Select your logbook file and tap the check mark:

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Mac OS (USB)

On Mac OS, you can use Dive Log Manager or Dive Log DT to log your dives. The logbook files are fully compatible with Diving Log on Android.

  1. Make sure you always close the app on the phone before syncing with your Mac via USB. This ensures that the app and the logbook database on the phone is not running in the background. Tap “Close App” in the app drawer:

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  2. Install the Android File Transfer app for Mac OS (if you have not installed it yet). Connect your phone to the Mac and start the File Transfer app. Drag and Drop the *.sql logbook file into the “Diving Log” folder on your phone:

    Mac OS Sync

  3. Disconnect your phone, start Diving Log on your phone, open the app drawer (upper left corner) and select “Manage Logbooks”:

  4. Select your logbook file and tap the check mark:

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