You can IMPORT photos, but can you EXPORT photos through this port?
I.E. I am on a long vacation traveling around the world, I don't want to take my notebook with me, and I have a camera that takes photos with large file sizes. Even the maximum 64GB iPad will fill up fast. Will I be able to EXPORT photos to a hard drive?
- Asked by fn from Xxxxxx
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3 Answers from the Community
No, the connection kit does not support exporting.
However, you can take pictures off the iPad by using a computer or by uploading them to a web service and deleting them off your iPad, the only problem with the latter solution is that you can't upload the raw files.
- Answered by Anonymous A
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on iTouch, you can use the cable provided to connect to PC to import from / export to pictures, musics, movies via some third party app (not iTune- iTune use the sync feature from PC to iTouch so it is more one way traffic). I am wondering if anyone tries using that approach to export files from ipad to PC?
- Answered by Anonymous A from Xxxxxxxxxxx
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I am very curious to find an answer to this question too. Does anyone have a USB connection kit that they can try this with?
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Can you use google photos as the default on the iPhone? I.e. for pulling photos to share?
- Asked by Mrs. S from Wallkill
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