Sandisk 16gb ixpand. Transfer iPhone pics and videos easily to your computer. reduced from £45 £26 (£2 C&C) @ Tesco Direct
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Sandisk 16gb ixpand. Transfer iPhone pics and videos easily to your computer. reduced from £45 £26 (£2 C&C) @ Tesco Direct

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Found 8th Jul 2016
Got one of these today and after I updated the driver for it on my PC I was able to transfer all my pics and videos quickly to my laptop from my iPhone 6. Ideal for those who find iTunes syncing the biggest headache going with way too much faffing. Quick and easy, Ideal for backing up to its flash drive to free up space on your phone. I then transferred it's contents to PC.

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16gb £26
64gb £45
128gb £65

All reduced. Also available on Amazon for same price if you don't plan on buying £30 of goods for free delivery with Tesco.

Compatible with
iPhone 5, 5c, 5s, 6, 6 plus, iPad Air, iPad mini, iPad with Retina display and newer (iOS 7.1+)

Windows vista, 7, 8, 10, Mac OS X v10.6+
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ITunes!!! can this also work for music transferring on and off
As an Android user.....other than any synch that may be built in can it do anything that my OTC flash drive with Micro USB & Regular USB cannot ? Especially as my 32Gb Sandisk cost be £12

So much easier not having to worry about the extra issues caused by Apple products
Edited by: "corred1964" 8th Jul 2016
use ifunbox instead of itunes
type "ixpand" into the search box on here and see how much these have been going for instore
Download the app wifi photo -- way easier - and costs about £2
corred1964

As an Android user.....other than any synch that may be built in can it … As an Android user.....other than any synch that may be built in can it do anything that my OTC flash drive with Micro USB & Regular USB cannot ? Especially as my 32Gb Sandisk cost be £12So much easier not having to worry about the extra issues caused by Apple products



​Disagree. I have two Android tablets with zero OTG capability - a hardware limitation that no amount of hacking will fix. You have to research each Android purchase carefully so as not to be caught out. The grass is not greener on the other side.
dheydl

​Disagree. I have two Android tablets with zero OTG capability - a h … ​Disagree. I have two Android tablets with zero OTG capability - a hardware limitation that no amount of hacking will fix. You have to research each Android purchase carefully so as not to be caught out. The grass is not greener on the other side.



Never heard of ES File Explorer ?? Free simple app allows you to transfer everything off your Android device by wifi
corred1964

Never heard of ES File Explorer ?? Free simple app allows you to … Never heard of ES File Explorer ?? Free simple app allows you to transfer everything off your Android device by wifi



​Yes. Works on iOS, too. Assuming you can get a wifi connection in the first place, which is why stuff like this exists.
dheydl

​Yes. Works on iOS, too. Assuming you can get a wifi connection in the f … ​Yes. Works on iOS, too. Assuming you can get a wifi connection in the first place, which is why stuff like this exists.



Every Android device I have owned has OTG capability .....my latest has the bonus of actually being dual boot with W10 ......don't see Apple ever offering such a bonus

None are hamstrung like Apple ......can be rooted & have custom ROMs if you want....most apps are free (never paid for one yet & can be 3rd party not through iTunes).....& the bonus is that I've paid £100's less than the sheep X)
corred1964

Every Android device I have owned has OTG capability .....my latest has … Every Android device I have owned has OTG capability .....my latest has the bonus of actually being dual boot with W10 ......don't see Apple ever offering such a bonusNone are hamstrung like Apple ......can be rooted & have custom ROMs if you want....most apps are free (never paid for one yet & can be 3rd party not through iTunes).....& the bonus is that I've paid £100's less than the sheep X)



​Sigh. Not all Android devices can be rooted. Some have unbreakable firmware locks. Others, like my Moto G require you to go through the vendor thereby invalidating your manufacturer's warranty. Your small sample of you doesn't give you the authority to generalise about the otg capabilities of all Android devices, to be honest.

Once you start talking about custom ROMs (a buggy and shoddy mess in my experience), then you are admitting that the product wasn't all that in the first place. You pays your money and you takes your choice.

For what it is worth, I don't expect Apple to offer W10 on any of its products any time, soon. Nor Microsoft for very long the way things are going.
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