Question about HP 49g+ Calculator
Why not use the SD card slot on the calculator? Use an SD card formatted in FAT 26 or FAT 32 of not too large capacity, say up to 2 GB. Using a computer, transfer the program on the card and store it at the root of the card: DO not store it inside a folder.
Once the program is on the card, remove the card from the computer and insert it in the SD card slot of the calculator. Turn calculator on and use the file explorer of the calculator.
Press Green Left Shift followed by the APPS key to enact the Files explorer. Navigate to the root of the SD card, copy your program and drop it in one of the three internal memories. IRAM, ERAM or FLASH
Posted on Jul 28, 2011
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