iFile USB transfer questions

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    Okay, I have a JB Mini, CCK USB cable, a USB thumb drive with MP4 files and a powered USB hub (because of the "too much power" message).

    Four questions:

    1) iFile sees the USB drive. I have figured out how to transfer files and folders using Edit. I see a reference in one forum to selecting all files in a folder by double-tapping.

    Double tapping WHAT? When I hit the Edit button twice, it leaves me back where I started. Likewise if I hit the select button for a file.


    2) What is the path to the folder when my Mini will look for the MP4 files in order to play them?


    3) Is there a way to have the iPad play the MP4s continuously, either in order or shuffled?


    4) What is the path to the folder where I should put text files (checklists) so that Notes will automatically see them? Or, alternately, is there a way to create a folder for these and put an icon on the Home page which will take me to a specific file that I might want in a hurry (for instance, Emergency Procedures)?

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