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I have a folder on my pc with hundreds of pdf and word files and was hoping that i could transfer the folder to my new iphone. Apparently it is not that easy which is a disappointment as i thought the iphone was all singing and dancing.

 

Anyone know a way around this to be able to view a folder like this? I really don't want to email myself all the files as has been suggested.

 

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You can read a pdf direct from an email 'open in' into ibooks (which is free), in inooks you can have folders for maker etc then you move the pdf as required.

I don't know a way of mass moving them to iBooks from PC though, so i think your stuck with emailing them to yourself.

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'Add folder to library' in iTunes file menu.

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We use dropbox and then open them in ibooks


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With my Blackberry, make a folder then copy and paste. Or email if its a new one and am in the office.

Or pull the SD card and plug into the lappy.

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My old lappy died, the one I set my touch up with, had to purchase 3rd party software to keep all the files I had on it in sync with a new PC, apple=joke.

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apple=joke.

:yes:


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My old lappy died, the one I set my touch up with, had to purchase 3rd party software to keep all the files I had on it in sync with a new PC, apple=joke.

 

It appears that you even need to download an app just so that setting up your contacts is easy. I'm not impressed so far and hate how nearly everything has to go through itunes.

 

On the plus side it does connect to the internet very well and the camera is top notch.

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It appears that you even need to download an app just so that setting up your contacts is easy. I'm not impressed so far and hate how nearly everything has to go through itunes.

 

On the plus side it does connect to the internet very well and the camera is top notch.

next version is an itoy


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Set it to back up to apple cloud every day and bobs your uncle.

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Nah!, apples own power lead!, Bluetooth only connects to, well f@ck all really!, if you want a gimmick then go for an IToy, if you want something that connects and works, BB all the way, or a windows phone as a last resort.

£21 to get my own files!-bollox.

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Got to say I had my doubts at first but the iphone5 is the nuts! Carnt believe I did without one for so long

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Got to say I had my doubts at first but the iphone5 is the nuts! Carnt believe I did without one for so long

Welcome to he club of proper smartphone users


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I have a folder on my pc with hundreds of pdf and word files and was hoping that i could transfer the folder to my new iphone. Apparently it is not that easy which is a disappointment as i thought the iphone was all singing and dancing.

Anyone know a way around this to be able to view a folder like this? I really don't want to email myself all the files as has been suggested.

Ta.

Dropbox,new have all our engineering manuals, price lists, drawings - anything in there and you can share with specific people - we use it to share large drawings with customers for example.. It's totally free and you read docs within Dropbox, no need to open in iBooks Edited by RFS

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Dropbox,new have all our engineering manuals, price lists, drawings - anything in there and you can share with specific people - we use it to share large drawings with customers for example.. It's totally free and you read docs within Dropbox, no need to open in iBooks

Have been using it. Great app.

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Dropbox is very good, but on the road you don't always have internet. like all cloud based it can be a bitif a bugger then :(


If you think education is difficult, try being stupid!!!!

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i thought Sky Digital forced M$ to change the name?


If you think education is difficult, try being stupid!!!!

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Sky, Drive

 

I never event thought of Sky TV with the same skydrive.


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Seems nor did M$ :).


If you think education is difficult, try being stupid!!!!

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We use dropbox and then open them in ibooks

I second this, drop box is very handy, its also backed up securely on their servers.

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