29 Aug 2021 12:09
|Fat32 formatted microSD.|
The microSD slot on the V4 is a push to lock, then push to release on my V4. I'm not certain if the same slot type is used on the newer V4+, but I imagine it is.
Push the microSD into the slot. Note that it may be possible to put the microSD into a smal space near the actual slot.. I've done that once or twice, so pay a bit of attention there. When it is completely inserted and hits bottom, you may hear a slight 'click' as the card is locked into the slot.
To remove the microSD, you have to push again gently to release the microSD. It will go in a very short distantce, and you may hear another slight 'click' when you do this. You can then easily pull the microSD out of the slot.
Note that the slot ont USB reader on the PC may not work this way. Mine is push in, pull out. There's no locking mechanism.
Copy the files from PC to the microSD using a USB card reader.
Remove the microSD from the reader, insert it into the microSD slot on the V4. Inert the microSD into the slot gently. When it is completely inserted, it should lock into place.
There should be a "SD0" icon on the desktop. Double-click on that to mount the microSD. You should see another icon display with the name of the MicroSD.
Double-click on the MicroSd's to view the contents. Note that files which do NOT also have a .info file with them, will not show in this view. You can change this display by clicking on the title bar which goes across the top of the screen, click on Window -> Vieww -> Detail mode, then Window->View All Files. This will switch to the 'file lister' view, and show all files, regardless of whether there's a .info for them.
Depending on your preference, you may wish to create a new folder to put the files into. Otherwise, you can of course simply copy them to the root of a volume.
Open the destination volume (double-click on the Stuff: icon), create a new folder if you desire there from the menu bar at the top of the screen (Window->New Drawer) Name it as you wish.
You can then drag folders and/or files from the SD to the destination. You will see a window which displays the name of the file(s) as it copies them.
You can use other means as well. Samba and FTP among others, but there will be some setup involved there on both sides.
Hopefully, that helps.