Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”

2019-08-16 Thread Godfrey DiGiorgi
John, 

If you have Ethernet, you can get WiFi at home by buying a WiFi router and 
setting it up.  Very very easy to do, and not expensive. WiFi routers run from 
about $50 and up, and are not hard to set up at all. Makes moving data to and 
from your iPhone a lot easier. 

Here's a listing of software titles for PC/Windows to transfer photos:
https://www.tenorshare.com/ios-file-transfer/software-to-transfer-photos-from-iphone-to-pc.html

G

On Aug 15, 2019, at 8:51 PM, John  wrote:

> On 8/15/2019 20:10:48, Godfrey DiGiorgi wrote:
>> Seems an awfully complicated way to connect an iPhone to the internet. The
>> adapter dongle is designed to allow USB peripherals (cameras, keyboards, etc)
>> to send data to the iPhone, not the iPhone to the net.
> 
> I don't have wi-fi at home, so I needed a way to connect to my existing 
> Ethernet. AFAIK, Apple doesn't offer a direct Lightning to Ethernet connector.
> 
>> To do what you want, without a jump through WiFi and the cloud, I’d buy a
>> wired hard drive and file transfer device to take them off the iPhone and
>> then connect that to the NAS through your desktop computer to move them
>> there. Easier and more reliable is to just use Dropbox or Apple’s Cloud to do
>> the job, which is what I use unless I just connect the iPhone to my computer
>> and transfer all the files to it (or a NAS) using LR or any image transfer
>> app on the desktop system.
> 
> Use the camera adapter to connect directly to a USB hard-drive? Or I can 
> connect the iPhone directly to my desktop as a USB device?
> 
> Ok, I'll search for that and give it a try. If I can get the photos to my 
> desktop, I can get them to the NAS.

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Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”

2019-08-15 Thread John

On 8/15/2019 20:10:48, Godfrey DiGiorgi wrote:

Seems an awfully complicated way to connect an iPhone to the internet. The
adapter dongle is designed to allow USB peripherals (cameras, keyboards, etc)
to send data to the iPhone, not the iPhone to the net.



I don't have wi-fi at home, so I needed a way to connect to my existing 
Ethernet. AFAIK, Apple doesn't offer a direct Lightning to Ethernet connector.



To do what you want, without a jump through WiFi and the cloud, I’d buy a
wired hard drive and file transfer device to take them off the iPhone and
then connect that to the NAS through your desktop computer to move them
there. Easier and more reliable is to just use Dropbox or Apple’s Cloud to do
the job, which is what I use unless I just connect the iPhone to my computer
and transfer all the files to it (or a NAS) using LR or any image transfer
app on the desktop system.



Use the camera adapter to connect directly to a USB hard-drive? Or I can connect 
the iPhone directly to my desktop as a USB device?


Ok, I'll search for that and give it a try. If I can get the photos to my 
desktop, I can get them to the NAS.




I don’t run Windows systems so I’m not sure of the names of such apps there,
but I know Apple does supply one FoC.

The basic msg is that there’s no native app that knows how to output files to
external storage arbitrarily. Next iOS there will be. So at present you need
an app that knows how to move the data you want to move to a particular
destination.

G


On Aug 15, 2019, at 3:53 PM, John  wrote:

I have a similar question, but going the other way.

I have an iPhone that I connect to the internet using a "Lightning to
Camera Adapter" (USB) [powered by the wall wart] connected to a USB to
Ethernet adapter and a cable to the Router.

Does the iPhone have a command similar to "Net Use" so I can offload photos
from the phone to my NAS box?

I don't want to have to put them up in the iCloud and then download them
again to get them on my local system.

I'm at whatever version of iOS that released last night.


On 8/15/2019 14:59:47, Godfrey DiGiorgi wrote: Presume you mean Apple
iPad Air. I've had no problems using the Lightning to SD Card reader
device with any of my iPads since I first bought it , including with the
current iOS revision on an iPad Pro 12". I can't imagine what the problem
is, unless the card is somehow not formatted correctly or the DCIM file
structure on it  isn't correct. G

On Aug 15, 2019, at 12:53 PM, Ken Waller  wrote:

Picked up an Apple Air I pad and am having no luck downloading images
(jpegs) with the Apple Lightning to SD camera reader. Noticed many
reviews on the Apple site where most of them couldn’t get the device to
work. A lot of the comments point to an issue with the Later IOS.

Anyone using the device on a iPad? 





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Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”

2019-08-15 Thread Godfrey DiGiorgi
I see it neither as feature nor flaw. iOS devices are not generalized, all 
purpose computers, at least not until the next iOS (and iPadOS) ships. They 
were designed first for wireless communications with personal security, all 
else is second to that. Judging them by the standards of general purpose 
computing devices when it come to file management isn’t really sensible until 
iOS becomes appropriately generalized and supports arbitrary file IO like those 
computers are designed to. 

G

> On Aug 15, 2019, at 7:51 PM, Stanley Halpin  
> wrote:
> 
> You’ve heard the comment: “it is a feature, not a flaw.”  In this case, the 
> comment fits. The iOS file system makes it very difficult for files to move 
> to/from  the device which, at least in principle, makes the device and the 
> information thereon much more secure.
> 
> stan


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Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”

2019-08-15 Thread Stanley Halpin
You’ve heard the comment: “it is a feature, not a flaw.”  In this case, the 
comment fits. The iOS file system makes it very difficult for files to move 
to/from  the device which, at least in principle, makes the device and the 
information thereon much more secure.

stan

> On Aug 15, 2019, at 6:30 PM, Ken Waller  wrote:
> 
> That limitation sure lessens the value not only of the reader but also the 
> iPad.
> 
> Also, Apple doesn’t mention this limitation. I’ve seen complaints about this 
> going back to 2018 with no response from Apple.
> 
> 
> -Original Message-
>> From: Stanley Halpin 
>> Subject: Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”
>> 
>> Yes, unmodified DNG or jpeg. If I want to put images from e.g. Lightroom 
>> onto the iPad, I Airdrop to the iPad or first put them into iCloud and load 
>> from there into Photos.
>> 
>> An alternate would be to put LR Mobile onto the iPad, synch from PS or LR to 
>> the Adobe cloud. And they’ll appear on LR Mobile. Once in LR mobile on the 
>> iPad, they can be exported to Photos if you need to for some reason.
>> 
>> But generally I do not try to use SD cards as a transfer media. With the new 
>> iPadOS coming “real soon”, that sort of transfer should be much more 
>> feasible, but I think the new OS won’t be working on the Air, Air 2 is the 
>> oldest as I recall.
>> 
>> stan
>> 
>>> On Aug 15, 2019, at 4:32 PM, Ken Waller  wrote:
>>> 
>>> Thanks Stan. Do you download unmodified images directly from the camera, 
>>> i.e unperfected through photoshop or Lightroom?
>>> 
>>> 
>>> -Original Message-
>>>> From: Stanley Halpin 
>>>> Sent: Aug 15, 2019 2:09 PM
>>>> To: Pentax-Discuss Mail List 
>>>> Subject: Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”
>>>> 
>>>> I’ve been using this for years with both my iPad Air 2 and Meg’s iPad Mini 
>>>> 2. And we each had earlier versions of the iPad, and never had an issue 
>>>> reading SD cards.
>>>> I downloaded the latest iOS a few days ago, and I just verified that the 
>>>> SD reader dongle does still work.
>>>> 
>>>> Cannot imagine what the issue might be…
>>>> 
>>>> stan
>>>> 
>>>>> On Aug 15, 2019, at 12:53 PM, Ken Waller  wrote:
>>>>> 
>>>>> Picked up an Apple Air I pad and am having no luck downloading images 
>>>>> (jpegs) with the Apple Lightning to SD camera reader. Noticed many 
>>>>> reviews on the Apple site where most of them couldn’t get the device to 
>>>>> work. A lot of the comments point to an issue with the Later IOS.
>>>>> 
>>>>> Anyone using the device on a iPad? 
> 
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Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”

2019-08-15 Thread Godfrey DiGiorgi
Seems an awfully complicated way to connect an iPhone to the internet. The 
adapter dongle is designed to allow USB peripherals (cameras, keyboards, etc) 
to send data to the iPhone, not the iPhone to the net. 

To do what you want, without a jump through WiFi and the cloud, I’d buy a wired 
hard drive and file transfer device to take them off the iPhone and then 
connect that to the NAS through your desktop computer to move them there. 
Easier and more reliable is to just use Dropbox or Apple’s Cloud to do the job, 
which is what I use unless I just connect the iPhone to my computer and 
transfer all the files to it (or a NAS) using LR or any image transfer app on 
the desktop system.

I don’t run Windows systems so I’m not sure of the names of such apps there, 
but I know Apple does supply one FoC. 

The basic msg is that there’s no native app that knows how to output files to 
external storage arbitrarily. Next iOS there will be. So at present you need an 
app that knows how to move the data you want to move to a particular 
destination. 

G

> On Aug 15, 2019, at 3:53 PM, John  wrote:
> 
> I have a similar question, but going the other way.
> 
> I have an iPhone that I connect to the internet using a "Lightning to Camera 
> Adapter" (USB) [powered by the wall wart] connected to a USB to Ethernet 
> adapter and a cable to the Router.
> 
> Does the iPhone have a command similar to "Net Use" so I can offload photos 
> from the phone to my NAS box?
> 
> I don't want to have to put them up in the iCloud and then download them 
> again to get them on my local system.
> 
> I'm at whatever version of iOS that released last night.
> 
>> On 8/15/2019 14:59:47, Godfrey DiGiorgi wrote:
>> Presume you mean Apple iPad Air.
>> I've had no problems using the Lightning to SD Card reader device with any 
>> of my iPads since I first bought it , including with the current iOS 
>> revision on an iPad Pro 12". I can't imagine what the problem is, unless the 
>> card is somehow not formatted correctly or the DCIM file structure on it  
>> isn't correct.
>> G
>>> On Aug 15, 2019, at 12:53 PM, Ken Waller  wrote:
>>> 
>>> Picked up an Apple Air I pad and am having no luck downloading images 
>>> (jpegs) with the Apple Lightning to SD camera reader. Noticed many reviews 
>>> on the Apple site where most of them couldn’t get the device to work. A lot 
>>> of the comments point to an issue with the Later IOS.
>>> 
>>> Anyone using the device on a iPad? 
>>> 
> 
> 
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Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”

2019-08-15 Thread Paul Sorenson
The easiest way I've found to move photos and other files between an 
iPhone/iPad and a PC is with an iXpand flash drive - basically an 
updated version of sneaker-net.  Lightning adapter on one end and USB on 
the other.  The app from Sandisk is free for iOS.


https://tinyurl.com/y3mj35fm

A 128 gig version will set you back about $44 and a 32 gig version is 20 
bucks less.


-p

On 8/15/2019 5:30 PM, Ken Waller wrote:

That limitation sure lessens the value not only of the reader but also the iPad.

Also, Apple doesn’t mention this limitation. I’ve seen complaints about this 
going back to 2018 with no response from Apple.


-Original Message-

From: Stanley Halpin 
Subject: Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”

Yes, unmodified DNG or jpeg. If I want to put images from e.g. Lightroom onto 
the iPad, I Airdrop to the iPad or first put them into iCloud and load from 
there into Photos.

An alternate would be to put LR Mobile onto the iPad, synch from PS or LR to 
the Adobe cloud. And they’ll appear on LR Mobile. Once in LR mobile on the 
iPad, they can be exported to Photos if you need to for some reason.

But generally I do not try to use SD cards as a transfer media. With the new 
iPadOS coming “real soon”, that sort of transfer should be much more feasible, 
but I think the new OS won’t be working on the Air, Air 2 is the oldest as I 
recall.

stan


On Aug 15, 2019, at 4:32 PM, Ken Waller  wrote:

Thanks Stan. Do you download unmodified images directly from the camera, i.e 
unperfected through photoshop or Lightroom?


-Original Message-

From: Stanley Halpin 
Sent: Aug 15, 2019 2:09 PM
To: Pentax-Discuss Mail List 
Subject: Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”

I’ve been using this for years with both my iPad Air 2 and Meg’s iPad Mini 2. 
And we each had earlier versions of the iPad, and never had an issue reading SD 
cards.
I downloaded the latest iOS a few days ago, and I just verified that the SD 
reader dongle does still work.

Cannot imagine what the issue might be…

stan


On Aug 15, 2019, at 12:53 PM, Ken Waller  wrote:

Picked up an Apple Air I pad and am having no luck downloading images (jpegs) 
with the Apple Lightning to SD camera reader. Noticed many reviews on the Apple 
site where most of them couldn’t get the device to work. A lot of the comments 
point to an issue with the Later IOS.

Anyone using the device on a iPad? 



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Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”

2019-08-15 Thread Godfrey DiGiorgi
From a PC, you can use DropBox.com or WALTR2 by Softorino to do that. 

G



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> On Aug 15, 2019, at 3:29 PM, Ken Waller  wrote:
> 
> Thanks Godfrey.
> 
> I just tried loading jpgs straight from the camera and it did work.
> I haven’t figured out how to download jpegs that have been perfected through 
> photoshop. I downloaded jpegs from my pc to an SD card but they are not 
> recognized by the iPad on import.
> 
> 
> 
> -Original Message-
>> From: Godfrey DiGiorgi 
>> Subject: Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”
>> 
>> Presume you mean Apple iPad Air. 
>> 
>> I've had no problems using the Lightning to SD Card reader device with any 
>> of my iPads since I first bought it , including with the current iOS 
>> revision on an iPad Pro 12". I can't imagine what the problem is, unless the 
>> card is somehow not formatted correctly or the DCIM file structure on it  
>> isn't correct. 
>> 
>> G
>> 
>> 
>>> On Aug 15, 2019, at 12:53 PM, Ken Waller  wrote:
>>> 
>>> Picked up an Apple Air I pad and am having no luck downloading images 
>>> (jpegs) with the Apple Lightning to SD camera reader. Noticed many reviews 
>>> on the Apple site where most of them couldn’t get the device to work. A lot 
>>> of the comments point to an issue with the Later IOS.
>>> 
>>> Anyone using the device on an iPad.
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Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”

2019-08-15 Thread Ken Waller
That limitation sure lessens the value not only of the reader but also the iPad.

Also, Apple doesn’t mention this limitation. I’ve seen complaints about this 
going back to 2018 with no response from Apple.


-Original Message-
>From: Stanley Halpin 
>Subject: Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”
>
>Yes, unmodified DNG or jpeg. If I want to put images from e.g. Lightroom onto 
>the iPad, I Airdrop to the iPad or first put them into iCloud and load from 
>there into Photos.
>
>An alternate would be to put LR Mobile onto the iPad, synch from PS or LR to 
>the Adobe cloud. And they’ll appear on LR Mobile. Once in LR mobile on the 
>iPad, they can be exported to Photos if you need to for some reason.
>
>But generally I do not try to use SD cards as a transfer media. With the new 
>iPadOS coming “real soon”, that sort of transfer should be much more feasible, 
>but I think the new OS won’t be working on the Air, Air 2 is the oldest as I 
>recall.
>
>stan
>
>> On Aug 15, 2019, at 4:32 PM, Ken Waller  wrote:
>> 
>> Thanks Stan. Do you download unmodified images directly from the camera, i.e 
>> unperfected through photoshop or Lightroom?
>> 
>> 
>> -Original Message-
>>> From: Stanley Halpin 
>>> Sent: Aug 15, 2019 2:09 PM
>>> To: Pentax-Discuss Mail List 
>>> Subject: Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”
>>> 
>>> I’ve been using this for years with both my iPad Air 2 and Meg’s iPad Mini 
>>> 2. And we each had earlier versions of the iPad, and never had an issue 
>>> reading SD cards.
>>> I downloaded the latest iOS a few days ago, and I just verified that the SD 
>>> reader dongle does still work.
>>> 
>>> Cannot imagine what the issue might be…
>>> 
>>> stan
>>> 
>>>> On Aug 15, 2019, at 12:53 PM, Ken Waller  wrote:
>>>> 
>>>> Picked up an Apple Air I pad and am having no luck downloading images 
>>>> (jpegs) with the Apple Lightning to SD camera reader. Noticed many reviews 
>>>> on the Apple site where most of them couldn’t get the device to work. A 
>>>> lot of the comments point to an issue with the Later IOS.
>>>> 
>>>> Anyone using the device on a iPad? 


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Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”

2019-08-15 Thread Stanley Halpin
I think you might be able to do what you want under iOS13 when it gets here in 
September (?)  but I am not sure. Right now, to move photos from my iPhone I 
Airdrop or email. Simple minded, probably not the most efficient, but I seldom 
have a reason to do that.

stan 

> On Aug 15, 2019, at 4:53 PM, John  wrote:
> 
> I have a similar question, but going the other way.
> 
> I have an iPhone that I connect to the internet using a "Lightning to Camera 
> Adapter" (USB) [powered by the wall wart] connected to a USB to Ethernet 
> adapter and a cable to the Router.
> 
> Does the iPhone have a command similar to "Net Use" so I can offload photos 
> from the phone to my NAS box?
> 
> I don't want to have to put them up in the iCloud and then download them 
> again to get them on my local system.
> 
> I'm at whatever version of iOS that released last night.
> 
> On 8/15/2019 14:59:47, Godfrey DiGiorgi wrote:
>> Presume you mean Apple iPad Air.
>> I've had no problems using the Lightning to SD Card reader device with any 
>> of my iPads since I first bought it , including with the current iOS 
>> revision on an iPad Pro 12". I can't imagine what the problem is, unless the 
>> card is somehow not formatted correctly or the DCIM file structure on it  
>> isn't correct.
>> G
>>> On Aug 15, 2019, at 12:53 PM, Ken Waller  wrote:
>>> 
>>> Picked up an Apple Air I pad and am having no luck downloading images 
>>> (jpegs) with the Apple Lightning to SD camera reader. Noticed many reviews 
>>> on the Apple site where most of them couldn’t get the device to work. A lot 
>>> of the comments point to an issue with the Later IOS.
>>> 
>>> Anyone using the device on a iPad? 
>>> 
> 
> 
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Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”

2019-08-15 Thread Stanley Halpin
Yes, unmodified DNG or jpeg. If I want to put images from e.g. Lightroom onto 
the iPad, I Airdrop to the iPad or first put them into iCloud and load from 
there into Photos.

An alternate would be to put LR Mobile onto the iPad, synch from PS or LR to 
the Adobe cloud. And they’ll appear on LR Mobile. Once in LR mobile on the 
iPad, they can be exported to Photos if you need to for some reason.

But generally I do not try to use SD cards as a transfer media. With the new 
iPadOS coming “real soon”, that sort of transfer should be much more feasible, 
but I think the new OS won’t be working on the Air, Air 2 is the oldest as I 
recall.

stan

> On Aug 15, 2019, at 4:32 PM, Ken Waller  wrote:
> 
> Thanks Stan. Do you download unmodified images directly from the camera, i.e 
> unperfected through photoshop or Lightroom?
> 
> 
> -Original Message-
>> From: Stanley Halpin 
>> Sent: Aug 15, 2019 2:09 PM
>> To: Pentax-Discuss Mail List 
>> Subject: Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”
>> 
>> I’ve been using this for years with both my iPad Air 2 and Meg’s iPad Mini 
>> 2. And we each had earlier versions of the iPad, and never had an issue 
>> reading SD cards.
>> I downloaded the latest iOS a few days ago, and I just verified that the SD 
>> reader dongle does still work.
>> 
>> Cannot imagine what the issue might be…
>> 
>> stan
>> 
>>> On Aug 15, 2019, at 12:53 PM, Ken Waller  wrote:
>>> 
>>> Picked up an Apple Air I pad and am having no luck downloading images 
>>> (jpegs) with the Apple Lightning to SD camera reader. Noticed many reviews 
>>> on the Apple site where most of them couldn’t get the device to work. A lot 
>>> of the comments point to an issue with the Later IOS.
>>> 
>>> Anyone using the device on a iPad? 
> 
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Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”

2019-08-15 Thread John

I have a similar question, but going the other way.

I have an iPhone that I connect to the internet using a "Lightning to Camera 
Adapter" (USB) [powered by the wall wart] connected to a USB to Ethernet adapter 
and a cable to the Router.


Does the iPhone have a command similar to "Net Use" so I can offload photos from 
the phone to my NAS box?


I don't want to have to put them up in the iCloud and then download them again 
to get them on my local system.


I'm at whatever version of iOS that released last night.

On 8/15/2019 14:59:47, Godfrey DiGiorgi wrote:

Presume you mean Apple iPad Air.

I've had no problems using the Lightning to SD Card reader device with any of my 
iPads since I first bought it , including with the current iOS revision on an iPad 
Pro 12". I can't imagine what the problem is, unless the card is somehow not 
formatted correctly or the DCIM file structure on it  isn't correct.

G



On Aug 15, 2019, at 12:53 PM, Ken Waller  wrote:

Picked up an Apple Air I pad and am having no luck downloading images (jpegs) 
with the Apple Lightning to SD camera reader. Noticed many reviews on the Apple 
site where most of them couldn’t get the device to work. A lot of the comments 
point to an issue with the Later IOS.

Anyone using the device on a iPad? 





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Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”

2019-08-15 Thread Ken Waller
Thanks Stan. Do you download unmodified images directly from the camera, i.e 
unperfected through photoshop or Lightroom?


-Original Message-
>From: Stanley Halpin 
>Sent: Aug 15, 2019 2:09 PM
>To: Pentax-Discuss Mail List 
>Subject: Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”
>
>I’ve been using this for years with both my iPad Air 2 and Meg’s iPad Mini 2. 
>And we each had earlier versions of the iPad, and never had an issue reading 
>SD cards.
>I downloaded the latest iOS a few days ago, and I just verified that the SD 
>reader dongle does still work.
>
>Cannot imagine what the issue might be…
>
>stan
>
>> On Aug 15, 2019, at 12:53 PM, Ken Waller  wrote:
>> 
>> Picked up an Apple Air I pad and am having no luck downloading images 
>> (jpegs) with the Apple Lightning to SD camera reader. Noticed many reviews 
>> on the Apple site where most of them couldn’t get the device to work. A lot 
>> of the comments point to an issue with the Later IOS.
>> 
>> Anyone using the device on a iPad? 


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Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”

2019-08-15 Thread Ken Waller
Thanks Godfrey.

I just tried loading jpgs straight from the camera and it did work.
I haven’t figured out how to download jpegs that have been perfected through 
photoshop. I downloaded jpegs from my pc to an SD card but they are not 
recognized by the iPad on import.



-Original Message-
>From: Godfrey DiGiorgi 
>Subject: Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”
>
>Presume you mean Apple iPad Air. 
>
>I've had no problems using the Lightning to SD Card reader device with any of 
>my iPads since I first bought it , including with the current iOS revision on 
>an iPad Pro 12". I can't imagine what the problem is, unless the card is 
>somehow not formatted correctly or the DCIM file structure on it  isn't 
>correct. 
>
>G
>
>
>> On Aug 15, 2019, at 12:53 PM, Ken Waller  wrote:
>> 
>> Picked up an Apple Air I pad and am having no luck downloading images 
>> (jpegs) with the Apple Lightning to SD camera reader. Noticed many reviews 
>> on the Apple site where most of them couldn’t get the device to work. A lot 
>> of the comments point to an issue with the Later IOS.
>> 
>> Anyone using the device on an iPad.

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Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”

2019-08-15 Thread Godfrey DiGiorgi
Presume you mean Apple iPad Air. 

I've had no problems using the Lightning to SD Card reader device with any of 
my iPads since I first bought it , including with the current iOS revision on 
an iPad Pro 12". I can't imagine what the problem is, unless the card is 
somehow not formatted correctly or the DCIM file structure on it  isn't 
correct. 

G


> On Aug 15, 2019, at 12:53 PM, Ken Waller  wrote:
> 
> Picked up an Apple Air I pad and am having no luck downloading images (jpegs) 
> with the Apple Lightning to SD camera reader. Noticed many reviews on the 
> Apple site where most of them couldn’t get the device to work. A lot of the 
> comments point to an issue with the Later IOS.
> 
> Anyone using the device on a iPad? 
> 
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Re: OT - using Apple “Lightning to SD card camera reader”

2019-08-15 Thread Stanley Halpin
I’ve been using this for years with both my iPad Air 2 and Meg’s iPad Mini 2. 
And we each had earlier versions of the iPad, and never had an issue reading SD 
cards.
I downloaded the latest iOS a few days ago, and I just verified that the SD 
reader dongle does still work.

Cannot imagine what the issue might be…

stan

> On Aug 15, 2019, at 12:53 PM, Ken Waller  wrote:
> 
> Picked up an Apple Air I pad and am having no luck downloading images (jpegs) 
> with the Apple Lightning to SD camera reader. Noticed many reviews on the 
> Apple site where most of them couldn’t get the device to work. A lot of the 
> comments point to an issue with the Later IOS.
> 
> Anyone using the device on a iPad? 
> 
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