FINALLY found a camera connection kit the other day at an Apple store. I bought a 32gb flash drive (Patriot 32GB Razzo PSF32GRUSB) thinking I could use that to transfer pictures to the ipad via the camera connection kit's USB adapter.Most of the articles I read on the internet led me to believe that usb flash drives work with the kit. However, when I plug in the drive, the light on the drive momentarily lights up then I get an error msg on the ipad that the accessory consumes too much power. I then tried plugging in a passive usb hub and I got the same exact error msg (nothing was plugged into the hub at the time
I have just purchased a 3rd generation iPad and camera kit. I can move photos from my CF card with the camera connection kit but I have been unable to get the iPad to recognise my 32GB flash drive when I use the USB connector. I am also interested to know if the new iPad could read a USB hard drive.
I just got the latest upgrade that I installed yesterday from Apple. When my power get's to 90% on a recharge. I am seeing the Power charging icon flash and a constant beeping sound for a few minutes. It's like the power charging is being unplugged then plugged in again. Even if i turn off the device, and plug it in, I get the same results. It lasts for about 5 minutes and then it quiets down again and it appears to be charging normally.
It's an apple charger and and apple cable. I plugged in the same power configuration and I do not have an issue with my ITouch so I do not believe it's power related. I believe it was the last Upgrade because I never experienced this issue with the device and power charging configuration prior. I am on Version 5.1.1 (9B206) and it's a Model: MC705LL
Info: iPad 2, iOS 5.1.1, Charging Issue or Upgrade Issue
I know this is a "cool story bro," but I just don't seem to have much use for my 32gb 3G iPad. I wanted one so bad until I eventually got one as a gift. It just seems to sit. I have a MacBook pro and an iPhone 4. Am I weird because I don't use it? I feel like it's such an awesome device, I just don't need it. I wish it had flash.
I have a 32 GB ipad first generation and I have realized that I dont enough memory on it. Is there anyway to store my documents, pics, music etc on a usb flash drive / airport / hd and use it with my ipad without turning on the computer. I dont take my macs around when I travel.
Since iPad is using flash drive, how secure is it? Suppose somebody stole my iPad and try to get the documents/data stored in the iPad, the person doesn't have the password and my iPad is protected by the 10 fails data erase enabled. So is it possible for the person to just crack the iPad and take out the flash drive and then read the flash drive for my document/data?
is it possible to connect a usb drive to a ipad through cck and an unpowered usb hub. And not get a "the connected device requires too much power" error message. I wish to jb my ipad 3 and import files using ifile I read an article regarding it.
I've been thinking about this for a few days?The storage in the is pad is either a 16, 32 or 64 gb flash drive.So flash drive, essentially isn't that just the same as a USB stick?If that's the case, when you can purchase a 64 gb USB flash drive from some vendor such as amazon, why are apple charging such a premium for storage that is readily available at very reasonable cost per gb as a USB stick. What makes the flash drive built-in to the iPad so special? Are apple trying pass off the flash drive as a solid state drive similar to what you have in the macbook air?
I have tried to connect a flash thumb drive to my iPad using the Camera Connection Kit. The iPad does not recognize the thumb drive. Will the next version of iOS support thumb drive connection for reading/storing data?Information:iMac, MacBook, iPad, Time Capsule, iPod Touch Mac OS X (10.6.5) VM Fusion, Win 7, Win XP, Ubuntu
Can I attach a USB flash drive (instead of an SD card)to the camera accessory and use it to transfer photos and videos (I know there are some codex compatibility issues with videos).Information:Dell 8400 Windows XP Pro
AirStash stores your movies, music, photos, and documents and wirelessly shares them with your phone, media player, netbook, tablet, computer, and more. Use AirStash like a USB flash drive to drag & drop the files you want to your SD card while charging the built-in lithium polymer battery, then unplug & play on all of your browser-enabled WiFi devices*.
How can you connect a USB Flash Drive to an ipad?I like to watch my photo's and documents everywhere, I have a lot of them so I must use a USB Flash Drive but I don't know how to connect it to my iPad.
As we buy a software cd and I can copy those in flash for further use..but in case of I pad I install them in I tunes, I can see them in I tunes, I can del them from I tunes, can I get all those softwares from I tunes any way?
Newbie to the iPad, so I am going to flood youall with some newbie questions. Right now I am confused about how one gets music into the iPad, and how one records to the iPad.If I have a bunch of MP3 on a flash drive, for example, how do I get this into the iPad? I don't see a way to access any of the directory structures, so I can't copy into a folder, for example. So, there must be another way.Along that same line: how does one record to the iPad? I don't see a native app that handles basic recording. Do I need to get a recording app? And here I am thinking of an equivalent to Windows "Sound Recorder
I was wondering if there is a way to use a Bluetooth Flash drive to transfer data to/from an iPad. Does a Bluetooth Flash Drive even currently exist? I couldn't tell according to my Google searches.Furthermore, besides using email/the internet or a Bluetooth flash drive to move data via an iPad, what are other alternatives for simple file transfers?
I see a lot of negatives about the iPad (I guess that's the nature of support discussion boards) and wanted to put my two cents in on my iPad.I am thoroughly enjoying my iPad. I have had no problems whatsoever with it. As a matter of fact, it is becoming my primary device. I'm finding that I don't use my iMac as much. The simple computing that I do: checking email, surfing the net, and creating documents and presentations, is now done from the comfort of my couch using my iPad--instead of being forced to sit at a desk in front of my iMac. When I'm ready to print or send my presentations to a flash drive or another computer, I simply send them to iWork.com for printing and downloading later--very simple.
I just ran across this accessory and thought it has a lot of potential.It's a wireless flash drive/access point. I hope more products like this come out. What do you think? Would you be interested in something like this?
Is it possible to copy music files from the music library to a USB flash drive without the need for a computer?I know already that with a jailbreak and a camera connector, you can access a USB drive and the data on the iPad, but are the music files stored on there so you can find the song you are looking for or is it all with weird numbers like on an ipod?
We take a lot of trips and I was wondering if it's possible to watch movies off of a USB flash drive (to keep the kid entertained). I'm hoping this is possible because I could only afford the 16gb wifi version, and movies quickly use up what little memory I have.