Over time, the photos you take with your iPhone can start to take up a significant amount of space on your device, leaving little room left for apps, music, video and other content. One option is to move your photos from your iPhone to an external storage device, such as a thumb drive. You can copy files from your iPhone to a thumb drive through Windows Explorer; however, to free up the space on your iPhone you still need to delete the photos from your device after you copy them.
Not being an iPod owner, I use it to connect a thumb drive that is big enough to hold as much music as I can stand. Now, I can find any file by artist, rather than searching through jhundreds of artist and album folders in seemingly random order. Plus, when I add new purchases, I can slip them into the proper findable order as well.
For example, you would write "" to link to 15 seconds into the video. Post the comment, and it will automatically create a link to that point in the video. Method One of Two: On Mobile.
The flash drive is just a quarter-inch thick and is 1. The Corsdrive plugged into an Apple iPhone. The drive has a two-way data throughput, meaning one end can connect via a USB 3.
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If you are still emailing files to people nearby, or, God forbid, are using a USB thumb drive to transfer a few photos, stop. It's fast, secure and dead easy to set up. I'm going to walk you through how to use AirDrop to wirelessly transfer files, photos and a whole lot more with your Apple devices. AirDrop only works between Apple devices.