How do you transfer videos from flash drive to iPhone?
How to Transfer Video From Your iPhone to a Flashdrive
- Connect your flash drive to your computer.
- Hold "Shift" and connect your iPhone to your computer using the USB cable.
- Click "Open Device to View Files."
- Select the video files you want to transfer to your iPhone.
- Navigate to the flash drive using File Explorer and then press "Ctrl-V" to paste them into the folder.
Navigate to the individual photo or folder of photos you want to transfer to your iPhone and click "Open" to import the photos. Repeat this process until you have added all desired photos to your iTunes library. Connect your iPhone to your computer using the USB connector cable that came with the iPhone.
- Take Camera Roll as an example. Choose the photos you want > Click the To Computer button > Choose your USB flash drive to save the photos > Click Open button to start transferring.
- Sync your photos manually with iTunes
- Make sure that you have the latest version of iTunes.
- Open iTunes on your computer.
- Use the included USB cable to connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to your computer.
- Click on the device icon in iTunes.
- In the sidebar on the left side of the iTunes window, click Photos.
- Plug your iPad or iPhone into to your Mac. Launch iTunes, if it doesn't open automatically. Click on the iOS device icon in the top bar, then click the Photos tab. Click Photos, iPhoto, or Aperture from the "Copy photos from" drop-down menu.
Apple's iPhone doesn't support OTG feature, but that won't affect you from using Sparrow as a USB cable for your iPhone or as a flash drive on your PC. A majority of Android and other smartphones & tablets support OTG (click HERE for OTG support device list).
- No Apple iDevice supports true OTG. There are some Apple and third party accessories that provide some OTG-like functions, but they're limited in what they can do. Apple Original OTG USB Female Host Cable Adapter for Iphone 5/5S/5C iPad 4 iPad Mini. Compatible with:iPhone 5 5S 5C, iPad 4, iPad Mini.
- USB (abbreviation of Universal Serial Bus), is an industry standard that was developed to define cables, connectors and protocols for connection, communication, and power supply between personal computers and their peripheral devices.
- You cannot connect a USB keyboard to your iPad Pro. The bad news is that you cannot use a mouse. Multi-touch and the Apple Pencil are the only input formats for the iPad Pro. External input devices, like a wired or wireless mouse, are not supported.
It's like this. You can attach some flash drives to Apple's $29 iPad Camera Connection Kit. (If you have an iPad with a Lightning connector you'll additionally need Apple's $29 Lightning to USB Camera Adapter.) Use Disk Utility to format the flash drive.
- Tablets with USB Ports
- Buying a New Tablet with a Full Size USB Port.
- These tablets come with a full size USB connection.
- My Top Pick is the Acer iconia Tab A200.
- Acer Iconia Tab A200.
- Toshiba Thrive 10.1" Android Tablet.
- Microsoft Surface RT (32GB)
- Apple Responds. You can transfer the pictures/videos from your iPad to a computer. And from the computer, you can place them onto a flash drive. But the iPad can not directly connect to a flash drive.
- The tablet does not have an onboard USB port, but an optional USB adapter / connection kit offers an adapter to allow USB thumb drives to plug in to the tablet. Yes, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 includes a 30-pin USB data cable as part of the charging unit.
Updated: 18th November 2019