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Nexus 7


RegScriv

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Anyone got a Nexus 7. Does it have a file/folder facility like Windows Explorer and does it allow files/folders to be transferred from a PC.

I want to store my photos in subject/day/month/year format. The iPad won't allow that sort of format or transfer from PC but I'm hoping that the Nexus 7 does have these features.

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muddypaws

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RegScriv

'So muddypaws, you connect to your pc via a usb connector.'

Just re-read your earlier post.

Use wifi around the house and cable to transfer.

Happy New Year.

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Batch

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My UBS OTG cable arrived today (£1.29 off ebay), it is slightly loose in the microUSB socket on the Nexus, but I downloaded Nexus Media Importer (NMI) and it all seems to do the job.

I looked around at other apps on the Google Play site that provide some degree of USB OTG support, but although the others were free, NMI was the only one I saw that made it clear that rooting was not required, plus NMI comes with an integrated file manager that works well enough for both media and other files.

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