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How to transfer files using iAccess?

PHOTOS or IMAGES

From iOS Device to iAccess

If you want to move/copy images or photos from iPHONE to iAccess, go to Leef app, plug in iAccess, select Transfer Files -> iPhone PHOTOS to iAccess, select the file you want to move or copy (press "Select" in the upper right corner) and press the transfer icon above the home button. Choose if you want to either copy or move your photo to iAccess Storage.

From iAccess to iOS Device

If you want to move/copy images or photos from iAccess to iOS Device, go to Leef app, plug in iAccess, select Transfer Files => iAccess PHOTOS to iPhone, select the file you want to move or copy (press "Select" in the upper right corner) and press the transfer icon above the home button. Choose if you want to either copy or move your photo to iOS Storage.

MUSIC stored in "Music app"

From iOS Device to iAccess

Due to iOS limitations, there is no way to move videos from/to Videos app of your iOS device.

But there is a solution, though.

From PC to iAccess

The simplest way to transfer your music library to iAccess is to use your PC or Mac if you have an SD card slot on your computer. Take a microSD card out of iAccess, insert it into a SD adapter and plug the adapter to your PC/Mac. Launch iTunes on PC/Mac, choose music (albums, playlists) you want to transfer and drag and drop it to a MicroSD card. 

Note: You may also create folders on a MicroSD card to organize your content.

From iAccess to iOS Device

If you want to move/copy music files from iAccess to iOS Device, go to Leef app, plug in iAccess, select File Manager => select the file you want to move or copy (press "Select" in the upper right corner) and press the transfer icon above the home button. Choose if you want to either copy or move your music file to App Storage.

What is App Storage in Leef app?

It's perfect way to keep at hand all important files if you don't have iBridge around. App Content uses iPhone internal memory to store files and you will be able to access them without plugging in iBridge. How to transfer files to App storage? In order to copy or move file to App Storage you can use File Manager. (Transfer Files => File Manager, select the file you want to move/copy to App storage and click on transfer icon).

VIDEOS stored in "Videos" app

From iOS Device to iAccess

Due to iOS limitations, there is no way to move videos from/to Videos app of your iOS device.

But there is a solution, though.

From PC to iAccess

The simplest way to transfer your movie library to iAccess is to use your PC or Mac if you have an SD card slot on your computer. Take a microSD card out of iAccess, insert it into a SD adapter and plug the adapter to your PC/Mac. Launch iTunes on PC/Mac, choose movies you want to transfer and drag and drop them to a MicroSD card. 

Note: You may also create folders on a MicroSD card to organize your content.

From iAccess to iOS Device 

If you want to move/copy video files from iAccess to iOS Device, go to Leef app, plug in iAccess, select  File Manager => select the file you want to move or copy (press "Select" in the upper right corner) and press the transfer icon above the home button. Choose if you want to either copy or move your video file to App Storage.

Please keep in mind that you can either watch movies from Leef app video player or you can open your movie in other app using "Open In". 

DOCUMENTS

From iOS Device to iAccess

In order to copy Pages/Keynote/Numbers documents on iAccess we advice you to use "Open in" . Plug in iAccess. Go to Pages select the file and click "Open in another app" select the format and choose Leef app. The file will be copied to Inbox folder on iAccess. That is it. Now you can plug USB side of iAccess to Mac and copy that doc to your computer.

If you want to transfer a .pdf file to iAccess from your iOS Device, go to Adobe Reader, choose the file and click 'Open in' => Leef app. Now go to Transfer Files => File Manager => Inbox. You will find your .pdf there.

If you want to transfer .doc file from Microsoft Office app, open the file > select the  icon at the top right > Send a copy > Send with Another App > select iBridge from the list.

If your .doc is stored in another app that supports Open in, you may choose the file and click 'Open in' => MobileMemory™ app. Now go to File Manager => Inbox. You will find your document there.

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