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Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark 2 The second generation smallest and lightest Micro Four Thirds camera from Olympus with an integrated Electronic Viewfinder

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E-10MkII wi-fi

I want to use the wi-fi facility but seem to be having difficulty finding out how to do it with the equipment I have. My options are Windows 8.1 Smart Phone or Tablet or Android Tablet. If I'm understanding right, the Windows options aren't catered for and I can only seem to find Android 'phone apps. Does anyone know how to do it from a basic Android Tablet?
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Re: E-10MkII wi-fi

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I want to use the wi-fi facility but seem to be having difficulty finding out how to do it with the equipment I have. My options are Windows 8.1 Smart Phone or Tablet or Android Tablet. If I'm understanding right, the Windows options aren't catered for and I can only seem to find Android 'phone apps. Does anyone know how to do it from a basic Android Tablet?
When I was using Windows Phone there was a 3rd party app that enabled images to be copied from the camera. Olympus Image Share should work on most Android tablets.

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