8 Ways to Fix Synology Cloud Sync Dropbox Not Working
8 solutions and 2 tips for you to fix Synology Cloud Sync Dropbox not working issues, just find the right way with the instructions to solve the problem.
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"For some reason Synology Cloud Sync stopped syncing and THINKS it is up to date.
Here below you can see what I mean - It knows my Dropbox account has 280GB of data .. but it stopped syncing at about half that. Please help me, Thanks a lot."
--Question from community.synology.com
What should you do If your Synology Cloud Sync to Dropbox not working? Here comes the 8 solutions and 2 tips for you.
Did you run the latest Synology Cloud Sync software and Dropbox, please install the latest versions for the two software, and try again to see if the Synology Cloud Sync Dropbox not working problem solved.
If you running the latest version of Synology Cloud Sync and Dropbox, and still cannot fix the problem, please restart the Synology Cloud Sync software. And then try to create a new task to sync Synology NAS to Dropbox to check if solved.
Still stuck in Synology Cloud Sync Dropbox not working problem, even it shows up to date? Please click Manage button, and choose Pause Syncing.
After a few minutes, please choose Resume Syncing.
Then check whether the problem fixed or not.
1. Click Manage > Unlink to remove Synology Cloud Sync access to Dropbox.
2. Then choose Dropbox again and press Next. Click Allow > Agree to grant Synology Cloud Sync authority to access your Dropbox account.
3. Specify the source folder in Synology NAS and destination folder in Dropbox, and the sync direction, press Next.
4. Press Apply if you confirm the sync settings of Synology Cloud Sync to Dropbox.
Synology Cloud Sync allows you to increase the number of concurrent uploads or downloads to improve the overall synchronization performance.
1. Please click the gear icon at the bottom left, and then specify the number of Concurrent uploads/downloads to get better sync performance.
If you have a poor internet connection, the Synology Cloud Sync to Dropbox will not work or you can sync a part of the data and then just stopped working.
Ensure you have a good Internet connection while syncing Synology NAS to Dropbox with Synology Cloud Sync.
Sometimes, Synology Cloud Sync Dropbox not working if you set up the upload limit for Dropbox. Typically, Dropbox limit automatically for Upload rate. You could go to Dropbox desktop app Preferences, tap the Bandwidth tab and tick the option Don’t limit.
Then Synology Cloud Sync Dropbox not working should be solved.
If you stuck in Synology Cloud Sync not working problem or stopped working, you may need to check your Dropbox cloud storage. If your Dropbox is full, and Synology Cloud Sync to Dropbox will stop and cannot sync data anymore.
You could do the following things to get more Dropbox cloud storage:
Complete the getting started checklist
Invite your friends - up to 16 GB
Submit feedback to Dropbox
Try Dropbox Business free for 30 days
Upgrade Dropbox to get more cloud storage.
If the Synology Cloud Sync Dropbox not working still cannot be fixed, there is another way to sync Synology NAS to Dropbox easier. The free Windows backup software AOMEI Backupper Standard will do you a big favor. Ensure you have installed the Dropbox desktop app.
1. Please perform AOMEI Backupper Standard after installing, then select Sync > Basic Sync subsequently.
2. Press + Add Folder > Share/NAS > Add Network or NAS Devices > input the IP address of Synology NAS as Network Path, then input your credentials and click OK. Then choose folders in Synology NAS.
3. Tap the inverted triangle icon and Select a cloud drive, choose Dropbox and click OK.
4. (Optional) Click the Schedule option at the bottom left, choose daily, weekly, or monthly to sync Synology NAS to Dropbox regularly.
5. Hit Start Sync >> button to avoid Synology Cloud Sync Dropbox not working problem.
If you want to get more Dropbox free cloud storage without buying extra storage, it’s highly recommended to increase Dropbox cloud storage for free with the cloud backup service CBackup. CBackup allows you to merge multiple Dropbox accounts into one big backup space, and backup files to Dropbox.
Step 1. Please create a new CBackup account and sign in to your CBackup account.
Step 2. Click the My Storage tab on the left, then press + Add Cloud button, then choose Dropbox and click Add. Then follow the on-screen guide to allow CBackup to access your Dropbox files.
Step 3. Modify the Display Name, and Storage Path, then tick the option “Note: Please do not change the path directly in the third-party cloud disk, or modify or delete the backup file.” and click OK. Then your Dropbox account has been added to CBackup.
Step 4. Repeat the process of Step 2 and Step 3 to add more Dropbox accounts, even different clouds, like Google Drive, OneDrive, etc.
And now, your Dropbox cloud storage has been increased for free.
Try the above 8 solutions if you stuck in Synology Cloud Sync Dropbox not working problem, there is a better way to sync Synology NAS to Dropbox if you still cannot fix Synology Cloud Sync not working. Try the free cloud backup service CBackup to increase Dropbox cloud storage space for free.
Besides, CBackup could also help you to transfer files from cloud to cloud directly, which is convenience for you to perform cloud to cloud backup. PC cloud backup is another powerful feature CBackup provides.