FAQ – General Access & File Transfer

1. Slide to the right screen or tap the right arrow on the top half of the home screen.
2. Tap on the External Storage button after i-FlashDrive external synchronization is complete. It will display the summary of memory usage.

1. Slide the bottom menu unstil you find the “External Storage” icon.
2. Tap the “External Storage” icon to access the External Storage file manager.

The “In-App Storage” of i-FlashDrive app is the memory partition “within” the app only.
It’s not a “file manager” that lets you browse files of your iPhone/iPad.
This restriction is set by Apple iOS, not the app developer.
1. Tap the “In-App Storage” icon on the top half of the home screen. It will display the summary of memory usage. (In-App Storage does not include data saved in iOS or other apps)

1. Tap the “In-App Storage” icon on the top half of the home screen. It will display the summary of memory usage.
2. Tap the “In-App Storage” icon again to access the In-App Storage file manager.

Insert the i-FlashDrive in USB port of Mac/PC to use as a USB drive to manage files on it. (Check the Troubleshooting section if USB port doesn’t detect it)
1. Tap the “External Storage” icon to access the External Storage file manager.
2. Tap “Edit” on the top right corner and select files to copy.
3. Tap “Copy” then select the file destination.

1. Tap the “In-App Storage” icon to access the In-App Storage file manager.
2. Tap “Edit” on the top right corner and select files to copy.
3. Tap “Copy” then select the file destination.

1. Tap the “Video” icon to enter the Video menu.
2. Tap “Camera Roll” at the bottom menu bar and select file(s), then tap the top right icon to confirm.

1. In the Video menu, tap “Edit” at the top right corner, and select the file(s) you want to copy to the Camera Roll.
2. Tap “Share” and select “Save Video”.

1. Tap the “Photo” icon to enter the Photo menu.
2. Tap “Camera Roll” at the bottom menu bar and select file(s), then tap the top right icon to confirm.

1. In the Photo menu, tap “Edit” at the top right corner.
2. Select the file(s) (limit of 20 per session) you want to copy to the Camera Roll then tap “Share”.
3. Select “Save Image”.

Files in External Storage cannot be renamed, please copy or move the file to the In-App Storage first.
1. While in any category menu, tap “Edit” at the top right corner, and select file(s) you want to rename.
2. Tap “More” -> “Rename”

Same as how you would rename files in any USB drive.
1. While in the “In-App Storage” menu, tap “Add”.
2. Select “New folder”.

1. While in the “External Storage” menu, Add -> New folder

1. While in the “In-App Storage” or “External Storage” menu, slide from right to left on any file to delete.

1. While in any category menu, tap “Edit” at the top right corner, and select file(s) and tap “Delete”.

1. Tap the “Dropbox” icon and Dropbox will ask for permission to connect with the i-FlashDrive app.

1. Select & copy any text from other apps (e.g. Safari), while in the “In-App Storage” or “External Storage” menu, “Add” -> “From clipboard”.
2. The selected text will be paste to a txt file with the time stamp as file name.
3. User can also copy image/video from iOS Photo album and paste to “In-App Storage” or “External Storage”.

1. While in the “In-App Storage” or “External Storage” menu, “Add” -> “New text file”.

1. Tap the “Recorder” icon to open the voice recorder function.
2. File will be saved to the In-App Storage with the time stamp as default file name when tap “Save”.

1. While in any category menu, tap “Edit” at the top right corner.
2. Select file(s) and tap “Share” -> “Mail”.

1. Long press on the attachment in an email.
2. Select the “i-FlashDrive ONE” app to open and save to the In-App Storage.

1. Open a document file and tap “Share” then select “Print”.