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The Frame stores images in the cloud. Were the internet to go down, whatever photos that are on your frame would continue to display (and also remember they're still safely stored in the cloud). The only difference is that, so long as there is no internet connection, there would be no new updates going to your frame. But that wouldn't affect the current slideshow on the frame, that simply continues to play.
Jan 19, 2014 by Mark C. Palfreeman
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No, it relies exclusively on a plug-in power supply.
Jun 9, 2014 by Jackie
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You can play videos (plays MP4 and AVI only), but only from a card or USB stick attached directly to the frame. No video over the cloud.
Aug 24, 2014 by David Clark
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Hi Mary, Please email us at support@nix-digital.com and we can assist you with getting everything set up. I can also send a manual for you.
Aug 17, 2014 by Mark C. Palfreeman
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No it does not.
Jun 22, 2014 by Mark C. Palfreeman
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The nixplay software directly accesses your Picasa account. However, by being logged in to Picasa, you then need to tell the Picasa software that you want to sync it with nixplay. Once you have signed in to Picasa, you will have the option to sync specific folders to the web, which will show up in the nixplay website.
Jun 22, 2014 by Mark C. Palfreeman
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No there is not sorry
May 15, 2014 by Roland Racine
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Not yet. After uploading the photos you can sort them into different slideshows which are then added to the frame through nixplay's website. As of now the photos show in the order they are put in the slideshow. Nixplay says they are working on a function to play the pictures multiple different ways including by date or alphabetically, but that is not a function quite yet.
Jan 18, 2014 by D. Jenkins
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I would like to see this feature as well. I believe you can manually shuffle pictures in the slideshow within your online nixplay account (as a workaround).
Mar 30, 2014 by Mike
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Yes. The power source states 110-240 v.
4 days ago by Amazon Customer
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