April 14, 2014
Copying files to and from the LearnPad device can be done from a personal computer, a USB memory stick, or an SD memory card.
Any desktop or laptop computer that supports mass storage devices can exchange files with LearnPad using the included USB cable.
Insert the smaller micro-SD connector into the micro SD porton the LearnPad. Then insert the full-size USB connector into a USB port on your PC.
The computer should automatically detect LearnPad and add it to the list of devices. From the Computer folder on your PC you should be able to see LearnPad mapped as a drive.
Open the LearnPad drive and you will see the contents of the internal storage folder.
Be careful when adding or removing files that may be required by LearnPad or other programs.
Copying with QrKeys
You can copy files between common locations on the LearnPad using QrKeys. A file copy QrKey specifies source and destination paths. If the path is a single file, it will be copied to the destination folder. If the the path is a folder, the contents of that folder and all subfolders will be copied. You can also use this mechanism to copy files to a network share.
A common example is copying the photos taken on all of your LearnPads to a USB memory stick. Because the files can have the same name (e.g. photo0001.jpg), the destination path includes the device name to ensure all the photos are copied to a unique location.
Dropbox is a popular cloud storage service that allows students to synchronize their files between different devices. You can get the free client from our resource store.
Sending Work to Other Devices
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Handing Out Work to Devices
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Managing Files with the LearnPad File Browser
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Documentation & Release Notes Summary
LearnPad 22.214.171.1243 Version 126.96.36.1993 WebKit browser for Flash content Screen-time reporting Device timezone configuration Screens turn off when charging Improved File Browser text contrast Improved handing-in EPUB files to ClassCloud Improved QrKey ...
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