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Afte connecting as shown on the printed sheet with the new product how do es one go about dragging and dropping folders of files into the device and how does on access the material once copied to your device.

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To drag and drop files into the device is quite simple. First allow the unit to install on your device. After it has been successfully installed open the device on a window and at the same time open the location from where you want to drag from on another window leftclick on what you want to drag and pull it to where you want to drop.
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