Loads of gems in that vinyl pile. Trying to get through a few a day and I get to listen to them in the background while I work... 😍

@tootapp frantically pressing refresh on my App Store update page.

Found another type, the XPand that plugs in the lighting port and DOES have an SDK to access the files.

Now all I need is some free time. Oh wait...

Got a 64Gb one for $20. It seems like WebDav access is read only 🤬 but the web interface does allow you to create folders and upload files. If I can reverse-engineer the API for this, things could be VERY interesting.

and..... deck savers now makes a cover for the :xone: 96. My life is complete again!

@astromech you know, that would actually be the one luxury thing I would get if I won the lottery. An assistant.

The older I get, the more time is the most valuable thing in my life.

Rippapalooza round two... Trying to make a dent in the pile of vinyls.

@astromech it's an issue with Apple SDK for accessing external storage. There isn't one so the only apps that do it are Apple's and the ones that have their own proprietary solution.

I want to get to the data from code.

@astromech it's very hit and miss (some drives draw too much power) and this only works in the camera and files app for importing/viewing. I want something that has full read/write access from any app on the phone.

This looks interesting:

SanDisk 64GB Connect Wireless Stick Flash Drive - Wi-Fi, USB 2.0 - SDWS4-064G-G46 amazon.com/dp/B00ZCFYF2W/ref=c

Does anyone know of a reliable way to access files off a USB stick from an iOS device? That could come in useful in the future.

...but this give me the opportunity to test the iPad-only/laptop-less mobile office.

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