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==Question==
 
==Question==
  
'''How do I access my tablet from my PC?'''
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'''How do I access my AirPad from my PC?'''
  
You will need a USB A to Mini-B cable to do this.
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==Answer==
  
*Connect the cable to the PC and to the tablet.
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You will need a USB A to Mini-B cable to do this:
*Hold the tablet in a horizontal orientation. You should see a USB symbol in the bar at the top of your tablet's screen, on the left side:
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http://www.clker.com/cliparts/2/3/9/8/1245687768855200443Soeb_USB_symbol.svg.med.png
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[[Image:Usb-mini-b-cable-black-6ft.jpg]]
  
*Touch the USB symbol and drag it down to bring up the notification menu. Tap '''USB Connected.'''
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#Connect the cable to the PC and to the AirPad.
*In the window that appears, tap the '''Turn On USB storage''' button, then click OK in the window that appears.
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#Hold the AirPad in a horizontal orientation. You should see a USB symbol in the bar at the top of your AirPad's screen, on the left side:
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#:http://www.clker.com/cliparts/2/3/9/8/1245687768855200443Soeb_USB_symbol.svg.med.png
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#Touch the USB symbol and drag it down to bring up the notification menu. Tap '''USB Connected.'''
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#:[[Image:Connecting via USB 1.JPG]]
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#In the window that appears, touch the '''Turn On USB storage''' button.
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#:[[Image:Connecting via USB 2.png]]
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#Next, touch '''OK''' in the window that appears.
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#:[[Image:Connecting via USB 3.png]]
  
Your device should now appear as two different Removable Storage Devices in My Computer- one for the main device memory, and one for the MicroSD card.  
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Your AirPad should now appear as two different Removable Storage Devices in My Computer- one for the main device memory, and one for the MicroSD card.  
  
Once you are done transferring files, be sure to follow these steps:
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Transfer files like you would transfer from any drive to another. Once you are done transferring files, be sure to follow these steps:
  
*Click on the '''Safely Remove Hardware''' icon in the System Tray, next to the clock. Click on Safely Remove USB Mass Storage Device.  
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#Click on the '''Safely Remove Hardware''' icon in the System Tray, next to the clock. Click on Safely Remove USB Mass Storage Device.  
*On your tablet, hit '''Turn off USB storage'''.
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#On your AirPad, touch '''Turn off USB storage'''.
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#Touch the '''Home''' icon to exit back to your Home screen.
  
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Latest revision as of 21:07, 9 April 2014

Question

How do I access my AirPad from my PC?

Answer

You will need a USB A to Mini-B cable to do this:

Usb-mini-b-cable-black-6ft.jpg

  1. Connect the cable to the PC and to the AirPad.
  2. Hold the AirPad in a horizontal orientation. You should see a USB symbol in the bar at the top of your AirPad's screen, on the left side:
    1245687768855200443Soeb_USB_symbol.svg.med.png
  3. Touch the USB symbol and drag it down to bring up the notification menu. Tap USB Connected.
    Connecting via USB 1.JPG
  4. In the window that appears, touch the Turn On USB storage button.
    Connecting via USB 2.png
  5. Next, touch OK in the window that appears.
    Connecting via USB 3.png

Your AirPad should now appear as two different Removable Storage Devices in My Computer- one for the main device memory, and one for the MicroSD card.

Transfer files like you would transfer from any drive to another. Once you are done transferring files, be sure to follow these steps:

  1. Click on the Safely Remove Hardware icon in the System Tray, next to the clock. Click on Safely Remove USB Mass Storage Device.
  2. On your AirPad, touch Turn off USB storage.
  3. Touch the Home icon to exit back to your Home screen.