Integrate Sandisk Connect Wireless Stick in ios

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I want to connect the Sandisk Connect Wireless stick in ios app via Bluetooth or wifi and fetch all files from that storage device in my ios app. As I have done much research regarding this, but I am unable to find any single code for connecting a wireless storage device in my ios app.

Note: Not important that I will use only Sandisk device. I just want to connect & fetch the files from the wireless storage device in my ios app

Source: Ios

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Categorised as bluetooth, ios, storage, wireless

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To connect to the device, use this information found on the Sandisk website: https://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/17528/~/connecting-to-the-wireless-stick-using-ios-or-android-devices

  1. Plug the SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick into a computer or USB-AC adaptor to ensure that it’s fully charged. A full charge can take up to 2 hours.

  2. Install the “SanDisk Connect” app from the App Store, if not already installed.

  3. Turn on the Wireless Stick by pressing and releasing the power button

  4. Connect to Wireless Stick Wi-Fi network “SanDisk Connect ######”
    a. ###### will be a unique identifier for your specific unit.
    b. iPhone, iPad or iPod touch: Connect to the Wireless Stick Wi-Fi network through the device settings
    i. Click on the Settings icon
    ii. Click on Wi-Fi
    iii. Select “SanDisk Connect ######”

  5. Launch the “SanDisk Connect” mobile app.

To transfer files through a browser, you can use the app or follow the below instructions that are also found on the Sandisk website: https://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/17540/related/1

  1. Connect to the Wireless Stick Wi-Fi network “SanDisk Connect ######”
    a. ###### will be a unique identifier for your specific unit.
  2. Enter http://www.sandisk.com/myconnect in your web browser or IP address 172.25.63.1
  3. You can now browse and download within the browser

This may or may not work in iOS with the current strict, but hopefully loosening situation for storing and downloading files onto the device.I hope this helps solve your problem. I don’t have the wireless stick or an iOS device, so I can’t verify. Sorry for that inconvenience.


Mrs. Adelle Mitchell MD

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