DenicMic SD CF Card Reader for iPhone iPad SD CF TF Memory Card Reader Adapter Digital Camera Reader Trail Game Camera Viewer for iPhone 11/X/8 Plus/8/7 Plus/7/6s, iPad Mini/Air, No App Required

February 1, 2020 - Comment

Warm Tips: 1. Wi-Fi SD card is not supported. 2. Please Remove Phone Case before use. 3. SD/TF/CF card interfaces can’t be used simultaneously. 4. Memory cards are not included. Support: ✔ Easily copy photos/videos from cameras and share them on social network freely. ✔ Copy the movie from card to your iPhone & iPad and watch

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Warm Tips:

1. Wi-Fi SD card is not supported.

2. Please Remove Phone Case before use.

3. SD/TF/CF card interfaces can’t be used simultaneously.

4. Memory cards are not included.

Support:

✔ Easily copy photos/videos from cameras and share them on social network freely.

✔ Copy the movie from card to your iPhone & iPad and watch and edit them easily.

✔ Two-way transfer on iOS 13 device. Support to transfer files in most formats.

Compatibility:

✔ iPhone Models: iPhone 11, X, 8 Plus, 8, 7 Plus, 7, SE, 6S Plus, 6S, 5,ect.

✔ iPad Models: iPad Mini, Mini 2, Air, Air 2, Mini 3, Mini 4, Pro (9.7-inch), Pro (10.5-inch), Pro (12.9-inch).

Troubleshooting:

1.There’s no pop-up on iOS 13 device, please click ‘Photos’ APP on iOS 13 device and find ‘Import’.

2.If photos or videos aren’t transferring, be sure the memory card is inserted properly into the reader. Completely unplug the Card Reader and memory card, then reconnect them and try again.

3.Check if the iOS is updated to iOS 9.2 or above for iPhone and iOS 8.0 or above for iPad.

4.If photos were not taken by the digital camera, use your computer, create a folder called “DCIM” to the root of your memory card. Copy the photos and videos into the DCIM folder. Rename each photo and video file as “IMG_XXXX”, where XXXX is a unique number. For example, if you had one JPG file and one .MOV file, name them “IMG_0001.JPG” and “IMG_0002.MOV”.

5.Using MediaInfo to check if the video files are H.264 or MPEG-4. If not, the video should change the format into H.264 or MPEG-4 and try again.

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