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Discussion in 'iPad Accessories for iPAD 1, 2 and 3' started by shawzy53, Jan 27, 2012.
Does the Seagate GoFlex Satellite give off wifi on the go
Yes, that's how it works.
To clarify, in case it's not clear (your question was a bit vague) - the Seagate only gives off WiFi for access to it's files. It's not creating a WiFi signal for you to go online and wander around the 'Net, receive e-mails, etc. It's only for local Seagate to iPad access.
Just in case that was what you meant. Sorry to be pedantic if you weren't...
Does anyone know, if it is at all possible to use the GoFlex satellite with the apple Tv?
Also, I heard the the GoFlex satellite can use other apps on the iPad to play movies. So you don't have to convert them to play. Which apps are comparable?
it seems true.
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I'm thinking of buying the goflex satelitte but I've got more questions than answers at the moment. I've recently started to us avplayer which is amazing as I don't have to convert avi films anymore so my question is, can I store avi films on the goflex satelitte and then use them from there? Really confused on this one because you have to use iTunes to upload films into avplayer so I'm wondering if it's even possible? Doesn't seem much point in getting the goflex drive if not. At help is gratefully received
Thanks in advance/hope/anticipation
Check out iFlash Drive and AirStash drive. AS uses removable Sd cards to do the same as Seagate's Satellite except it has pass-through capabilities. Plus is wireless access where the iFlash Drive has to be connected. I have used the Seagate, tho, and it's not bad.
The satellite has pass through now.
You can play avi files on your iOS device if you used the app oplayerHD (there's a lite version).
Ace player, buzz player can access videos stored on seagate satellite. And yes, seagate satelite can do wifi pass thru with the latest firmware.