1. nglfmark's Avatar
    Hi as most know, removing the back cover to get to the micro SD card and nano SIM is a pain and the more you do it the easier it may be to damage that piece. I have used Evernote and DropBox to upload to cloud and download again but this takes too much time for transferring stuff from my phone to other devices. I cannot install Blend on my work laptop (it's not allowed).

    I ended up buying a USB OTG and it's so convenient, copying and pasting and then putting on my PC or portable harddisk.

    Now, is there a proper way to detach the USB OTG from the passport? In PCs and my Macbook I can disconnect the device or eject the device. All I do on my Passport is "pull it out!"

    Anyone know the "right way to disengage"?

    Thanks.

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    01-24-15 06:21 AM
  2. TheBigHarvCombo's Avatar
    Pulling out in this case is proper.

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    01-24-15 07:00 AM
  3. nglfmark's Avatar
    Pulling out in this case is proper.

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    Thanks. Feel better now

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    01-24-15 07:06 AM
  4. danp2000's Avatar
    Pulling out in this case is proper.
    On a computer, MAC or PC, the data written might be cached which would cause corruption if the device is removed before the cached data is completely flushed to the memory card / USB stick. I don't think that happens on a phone.

    Knowing why always helps.

    T-Mobile  SQW100-1 Passport running Autoloaded 10.3.1.2072.
    nglfmark likes this.
    01-24-15 07:17 AM

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