Wifi Sync not updating log on iphone

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guarinol
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Wifi Sync not updating log on iphone

Post by guarinol » Wed Mar 07, 2018 16:07

Even though the wifi sync transfer to IPhone looks like it operates fine the iPhone never gets updated. The only way I could get it to work was to remove the log and start another one.
Any help in resolving this would be greatly appreciated.

IOS 11.2.6
Dive Log 6.0.12
Dive log App 2.8.1

The sync notes verify "File data received successfully" but, for example a new equipment should be added to the log and some dives and are not.


iPhone Sync Analytics - 3/7/2018 11:06:37 AM

Diving Log Sync Version: 6.0.12.0
Windows Version: 6.3.16299
Windows Name: Windows 10 (1709 | Build 16299)

iPhone Name: lucas iPhoneX
Sync Version: 1.2
Device Type: iPhone_iPod
Host Name: lucas-iPhoneX.local.
Local IP: 192.168.2.184
Port: 49500

dnssd.dll: 3.1.0.1
Ws2_32.dll: 10.0.16299.15 (WinBuild.160101.0800)
ZeroconfService.dll: 0.6.0.0
System.Data.SQLite.dll: 1.0.60.0

Status Log:

Search Bonjour devices
Bonjour device found: lucas iPhoneX
Resolve Bonjour devices
Bonjour Hostname: lucas-iPhoneX.local.
Bonjour service resolved (1 addresses)
IP: 192.168.2.184
Port: 49500
Send logbook to iOS device
Executing command 'AccessToSQLite'
Command 'AccessToSQLite' > 'Send'
Executing command 'Send'
Connect to 192.168.2.184:49500
Send command 'v'
Received 'Vdivelogsync 1.02'
Send command 'k'
Received 'Kios phone '
Connected
Send command 'm5139'
Received 'M'
Pairing successful
Send command 'p'
Received 'P'
Send command 'd'
Sending 11484161 bytes
Bonjour device removed: lucas iPhoneX
Received 'D'
Disconnected
Transfer complete

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Re: Wifi Sync not updating log on iphone

Post by divinglog » Wed Mar 07, 2018 19:42

Have you tapped the green button "Use new logbook" on the iPhone after successfull syncing? The whole file is always transferred and replaces the existing file on the iPhone.

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