Question about Wolverine ESP Digital Media Player
How do you upload a card. I did one card without any trouble. After that I could not get anything loaded. I just need the 1,2,3, steps on how to do this.
Turn on the ESP,
Make sure you are on the Home screen that shows Pictures, Music, Video, Backup, etc...
Insert the camera card.
After the ESP identifies the camera card a Pop-up will display Full Backup,Photo Backup or No Action. Select Full Backup and push the joystick in to execute.
After downloading the card you have the option to Open,Close or Compare. All files will be backed up in the Backup Filder on the ESP.
I do suggest reading the manual or contacting myself for professional help with this device if you are having any issues.
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Posted on Jan 03, 2008
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