No matter how much storage our phones offer, we often tend to use up all of it in a short while, and we can only crave for some more storage space.
It gets worse when we find ourselves in a dilemma; we now either choose to delete old cherished files or forfeit more recent ones. One would easily think an external SD card would be the solution to this, but what about iPhone users and even some Android users such as Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge?
Another would suggest cloud based services that provide virtually unlimited storage such as Google Drive and DropBox, but these services would require internet service to access files stored on them and hence can also be limiting.
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How To Use SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive
Available in different memory capacities ranging from 16GB – 128GB, SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive does not require any much technicality to use, and is pretty much reliable.
Plug SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive to your PC and allow it charge, you can also send files to the USB stick from your PC just as you can do with regular USB sticks.
Once the USB stick is charged, it can be powered by a small button on the SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive. The stick would automatically create a Wi-Fi hotspot, and then you can connect to this hotspot just like you would normally do for any other hotspot connection.
It is important to install the SanDisk Connect App on your mobile device, it is a free app on iTunes App store and Google Play App Store. The content of the USB stick can now be accessed from your mobile device. You can also transfer files from your phone to the USB flash drive.
It is very possible to connect more than one device to the SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive and have all of them make use of it at the same time. It can be used very effectively to transfer files between an iPhone/iPad or and an Android phone/Tab.
By default, there is no password for the Wi-Fi hotspot created by the USB stick; you should do well to prevent others from connecting to your USB stick by creating a password for the Wi-Fi hotspot of your wireless USB flash drive.
The SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive looks like a regular USB flash drive. Although slightly heavier and bigger, it is very useful in expanding storage on a phone especially when there is no Micro SD card slot. It can be used on both Android and iOS devices.
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