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SanDisk 32GB iXpand Flash Drive for iPhone and iPad – SDIX30C-032G-GN6NN

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SanDisk 32GB iXpand Flash Drive for iPhone and iPad – SDIX30C-032G-GN6NN

Price: $23.95

  • Designed with a flexible connector to fit through most iPhone cases
  • Automatically back up photos and videos from your camera, contacts
  • Quickly free up space on your iPhone (iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPad Air, iPad mini, iPad mini 4, iPad Pro 12.9″, iPad Pro 9.7″ iPad with Retina display, iPod 5th Generation and newer, with Lightning connector and iOS 8.2+)
  • High-speed USB 3.0 transfer to and from your computer. Operating temperature: 0-35 °C functional
  • Easily manage your photos and videos with the iXpand Drive app. Support for . WMV, .AVI, .MKV, .MP4, .MOV video formats

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By Accesorios Belmont on 2017-09-30 21:39:30

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What customers say about SanDisk 32GB iXpand Flash Drive for iPhone and iPad – SDIX30C-032G-GN6NN?

  1. 308 of 322 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Easy to use and effective way to free up space on the iPhone., August 7, 2016

    By David Aguilar

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    This review is from: SanDisk 32GB iXpand Flash Drive for iPhone and iPad – SDIX30C-032G-GN6NN (Personal Computers)

    Easy to use and effective way to free up space on the iPhone. The purpose this was purchased for was to download just over 3000 photos from my wife’s phone and not have to purchase more space on the cloud. Very easy to use, just plug it in and it has you download the mobile app then it asks to set up auto back-up feature. Very quick download speed which was a surprise. I was able to then remove it from the phone and plug into my laptop and transfer the photos and place them where I want.

  2. 190 of 196 people found the following review helpful

    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Super Device Works Well But With Serious Glitch, April 26, 2017

    By Vince (Portland, OR)

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    This review is from: SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive 64GB for iPhone and iPad, Black/Silver, (SDIX30N-064G-GN6NN) (Personal Computers)

    REVIEW UPDATED 7/6/2017: 4 Stars reduced to 3.
    This drive works VERY well, but with serious glitches. As of late April, 2017, SanDisk says it’s working to fix its app to address it.
    Here’s the problem: the app displays only a fraction of the photos you want to copy. You’ll scroll through screens of black with only an occasional thumbnail here and there. (See Photo below)

    Good news: The photos ARE there. Just tap on the black part of the screen and then more photos under that date will appear. Scroll, tap black, scroll, tap black. More photos WILL appear. It’s a pain, but it’s a work around. (Side note: It required two live chat sessions online with SanDisk tech support and two more phone calls to finally find a tech support agent who knew about this temporary solution. Not all their agents know about it.)

    I went ahead and did a test transfer of nearly 700 photos and videos. They transferred seamlessly in less than 5 minutes. The phone rang in the middle of it and I took a call. The app resumed where it was when I hung up. (Or, maybe it continued in the background.)

    UPDATE: Bad News: If you use Auto Backup to backup your iPhone day after day, it jumbles the photos with seemingly random names. Nothing is in order. PLUS: It strips away all GPS Location information out of the metadata. This is a major drawback and the reason I’m lowering my review. It’s a complete mess to reorganize hundreds of photos I took on a trip.

    Next test: plug iXpand into USB port on my iMac. (NOTE: This is the most difficult USB plug I’ve ever had. It’s VERY difficult to plug into the USB slot.) All the photos were there. Again, it worked just as advertised.

    Last test: I transferred some videos from my iMac to the iXpand, then plugged iXpand into my iPhone 6s and the videos played perfectly. (Note: You must view them through the iXpand app.)

    The app is easy to understand.

    ANNOYANCE: Every single time you plug the iXpand into your phone it will pop up a message asking for permission to communicate with your phone. There seems to be no way to get it to ‘remember’ that permission and stop that pop-up.
    APP NOTE: There are two SanDisk iXpand apps in the iTunes app store. Only “SanDisk iXpand Drive” works with this hook-shaped version of iXpand. There is another app called “SanDisk iXpand Sync” which is for a different model.

  3. 506 of 524 people found the following review helpful

    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice idea, but needed tech support to help fix a Mac issue, July 7, 2016


    N. Krumpe (Ohio)

    This review is from: SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive 128GB for iPhone and iPad, Black/Silver, (SDIX30C-128G-GN6NE) (Personal Computers)

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    ** Update July 26, 2016: SanDisk support was able to resolve the issue with secure files on the Mac. The solution involved formatting the iXpand drive and downloading the latest version of their SecureAccess app. I’ve updated the rating from 3 to 4 stars. The original review follows…

    With everything “in the cloud”, flash drive storage sometimes seems like it is becoming extinct.

    But this iXpand flash drive is really quite nice because of its unique ability to connect to iOS devices. It is the first flash drive I have ever used that has this feature. So, transferring a bunch of photos from my iPad to a friend’s phone is effortless…provided both of us have the iXpand app on our devices (a free app that handles the file transfers).

    One feature I really like: On my iPad, I can use this device to back up all my Instagram and Facebook photos (it also works with Picasa photos, but I don’t use Picasa for photo storage). This feature works very very well, simply downloading all the photos from my account. What’s nice is that each time I perform a backup, it skips the photos that are already backed up. That’s good, since I have nearly 700 photos and don’t want to download all of them each time. The 700 took about 5 minutes to back up.

    HOWEVER…there are a few limitations and problems that may make you reconsider this drive…
    * First, due to iOS limitations, you cannot simply transfer any files you want. The ones that work well are photos, music, videos, and contacts. That’s about it. So, if you have other iOS items…for example, documents you created in Pages or Microsoft Word…you this drive will not work for backing them up. However, the reverse is different. You can take files from your Mac or PC, transfer them to this drive, and then open some of them in iOS. For example, when I create text files on my Mac, I can use iXpand to transfer and open them on my iPad.

    * Second, the drive comes with an option to secure (encrypt) files. In order to transfer secured files from my iOS device to a PC or Mac computer, the computer needs to be running SanDisk’s security software. I found that this software works fine on my Windows machine (Surface Pro 4), but NOT on my Mac (2015 Macbook Pro, running OS X El Capitan 10.11.5). The Mac app that needs to run fails to recognize that the drive is a SanDisk drive. I get an error message that says “This application only runs on a SanDisk flash drive.” NOTE: If you do not need secure file encryption, then this drive works fine on a Mac and on Windows, allowing you to effortlessly transfer files to/from the device. The problem is happening only with secure files, and only on the Mac.

    * Finally, although I like the design of the little drive, the little iOS connector on the drive does not get tucked away as cleanly as it should. After using the device on my iPad Mini (with a fairly thin case), the drive has “stretched” a bit, making the iOS connector always stick out.

    Should you get this flash drive? Consider how you plan to use it: If you only need to transfer photos, videos, music, and contacts, and if secure files don’t matter to you (or if they matter, but you are using Windows), then this is an excellent choice. Just know the limitations before you make your purchase.

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