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  1. Jimjack

    Jimjack iPF Noob

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    Hello,
    Please can anyone help me, I have tried so hard to transfer files from my computer to ipad2, without any luck, I have used the free apps but find them very complicated, any solution would be so welcome.
    from jimjack, ps. my computer has windows7, and I have tried the Simple tranfer app wi fi, and media transfer wi fi.app.
    thank you
     
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    Mickey330 Administrator Staff Member

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    One key question is: What type of files are you trying to transfer?

    Then, it becomes a matter of preference as to which you want to use (as iTunes can do a lot of the transferring for you).

    So, tell us what you want to transfer and someone will be along (or I'll be back) to tell you the best way we've found...

    Marilyn
     
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    Tim SPRACKLEN iPad Legend

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    There is a program that most all iPad users have called GoodReader. It's the 'Swiss Army Knife' for the iPad and it can store files all together and in folders - or however you want them - and can transfer files to and from your PC using either WiFi or USB without the need for iTunes. It's built in web-browser can download files too, something that Safari doesn't offer - except for PDF format. From within GoodReader you can open those files in any app that supports that type of file. Having said that, though, when a compatible app does open that file it makes a local copy that it works on, so the original copy in GoodReader is left untouched. If you want to store the modified file in GoodReader you have to transfer it back there by some means.

    GoodReader can also attach several files to an email and then send them using the iPad's native Mail app - something you can't do from within Mail itself. It also gives you the opportunity to annotate PDF files and save the resulting file so that it can be read on a PC or Mac.

    Tim
     

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