Does SyncBack support my storage device?
SyncBack supports any
system that can be accessed like a normal drive. This includes
CD-RW/DVD+-RW formatted using UDF (UDF is not required if using
SyncBackPro), CompactFlash, SD cards, external drives, floppy disks, NAS devices,
etc. SyncBack can also access remote drives over the Internet via FTP (all versions),
FTPS (not SyncBackFree), or SFTP (SyncBackPro only). SyncBackPro can also backup and sync
with popular cloud services (Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure, Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive and Box) and via an email account (using your email account to send and receive files as attachments).
SyncBackPro/SE V7 can also use SyncBack Touch. SyncBack Touch is a cross-platform file server. It lets SyncBackPro and SyncBackSE copy files to and from another device, e.g. Windows, OS X or Android device, over the network (LAN or Internet).
SyncBackPro/SE V7 can access devices connected to the computer that support the Media Transfer Protocol, e.g. devices that use Android.
With SyncBackPro you can also create your scripts that could give you access to other devices.
Always make sure you have installed the latest drivers for your device. If you
are using a NAS device, check to see if you are using the latest
firmware. Devices that have their own firmware can behave differently to devices under Windows' control, and/or exhibit unexpected errors.
SyncBack V6 (and earlier) does not currently support portable devices (mobile phones, cameras, etc.) and/or storage (SD cards, etc) installed in them that do not mount as a drive letter when connected to your PC. This article has more details.