Want to fix iCloud not uploading photos but don’t know how? Here in this post, we will tell you five ways to fix this issue.
Hey guys, I have 347 photos on my iPhone and want to sync them to iCloud. However, after a few hours passed, iCloud photos still stuck at 1, photos absolutely not uploading to iCloud. Why is iCloud not uploading my photos? How do I upload photos to iCloud? Any ideas?
Unable to upload photo iPhone to iCloud is annoying. Since iCloud photos syncing allows us to upload and keep our photos and videos securely stored in iCloud we can share photos and videos among iPhone/iPad/iPod and Mac/PC seamlessly.
If photos from iDevices can’t be uploaded to iCloud, once lost, those photos are hard to retrieve without any backups. If your photos not uploading to iCloud from iPhone or PC, or Mac photos not uploading to iCloud, here in this post, we summarized 5 possible ways to help you fix photos not uploading to iCloud.
How do I manually upload photos from iPhone to iCloud? AnyTrans, as a professional iPhone data manager, can help you upload photos from iOS/iPadOS devices or computer to iCloud. You can upload photos, videos, etc. from iPhone to iCloud, and download iCloud data to iPhone quickly. No longer to wait for a few hours. Besides, feel free to transfer data from iPhone to computer, and vice versa.
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Below are detailed steps of how to upload photos from iDevice to iCloud.
Step 1. Download AnyTrans and connect your iDevice to the computer. When AnyTrans has detected your iPhone, click Photos on the right side.
Step 2. All your iPhone photos will be listed. Choose one or two photos you want to upload, then tap on More and click the Upload on the upper right corner.
Step 3. Then AnyTrans would tell you to log into your iCloud. Enter your Apple ID and Password, then log in.
Step 4. Now choose all the photos you want, click the Upload to iCloud button again to start uploading.
Step 1. Go to iCloud Manager and sign in.
Step 2. Enter Photos.
Step 3. Click the Upload button and choose photos from Mac > Click Open to move.
So, once you have upload photos from iPhone/iPad/Computer to iCloud using AnyTrans, it means that the most important problem is solved and we can spend more time to fix iPhone photos not uploading to iCloud issue.
Sometimes the iPhone becomes less responsive under long hours of work, try turning it off and on to see if that improves the state of service.
If the two methods above don’t work for you, please try to restore your iDevice from the latest backup. After restoring, iCloud Photo Library should be able to upload photos on your iDevice.
Restore from Latest iTunes Backup:
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If you don’t have enough iCloud storage, your iPhone or iPad won’t be able to upload pictures and videos to iCloud Photos or other features. You need to check how much iCloud storage space you have used and decide whether to clean up to some unneeded data or buy more iCloud space.
Updating the software or updating the version of your iPhone is always a good way to fix system issues that occur with your iPhone. Because, often, the new version of software or iOS version is a fix for some problems that appeared before.
Here are five ways of fixing iCloud not uploading photos, if you have problems with this article, please don’t hesitate to leave comments below or email us. In the end, AnyTrans could also help you transfer photos to iCloud from iPhone/Mac/Windows PC. Give AnyTrans a try and it will surprise you!
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