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USER  GUIDE  

 

SanDisk  Connect  Wireless  Stick  for  Android

 

 

 

Model:  SDWS4  

 

951  SanDisk  Drive,  Milpitas,  CA  95035  

©2015  SanDisk  Corporation.  All  rights  reserved  

 

IntroducEon  

GeGng  Started  

• ConnecEng  to  iPhone/iPad  

• Charging  Wireless  SEck  

• LED  Indicator  

ApplicaEon  

• Overview  

• File  Management  

• Internet  ConnecEvity  

• Camera  Roll  Backup  

• Photos  

• Videos  

• Music  

• Documents  

• Sharing  &  Social  Network  

• Contact  Management  

Personalize  your  Drive  

• Wi-­‐Fi  Security  

• Power  Saving  

• Wi-­‐Fi  ConnecEon  Name  

• ReformaGng  Wireless  SEck  

• About  the  Device  

• Firmware  Update  

TroubleshooEng  &  Support  

• In-­‐App  Support  

• Online  Support  

• Technical  SpecificaEons  

• Safety  and  Care  

• Cleaning  

• Maintenance  and  Storage  

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Instructional  Icons  

Warning  

Information  

Quick  Tip  

 

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Introduction  

SanDisk  Wireless  Stick  Overview  

 

 

• The  flash  drive  reinvented  for  your  phone,  tablet  and  computer  

• Wirelessly  save  and  access  your  photos,  videos  and  files  

• Collect  and  share  up  to  128GB*  

• Stream  HD  movies  and  music  to  up  to  3  devices  at  the  same  time  

• Connect  wirelessly  or  simply  plug  into  a  USB  port  

 

 

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Works  with  

 

• USB  2.0  connection  interface  or  higher  

• Wi-­‐Fi  802.11  b/g/n  2.4Ghz  capable  device  

• Mobile  device:  Android  version  4.2  or  higher  

• Other  Wi-­‐Fi®  enabled  devices:  a  web  browser,  WebDAV  client  

• PC  or  Mac:  Windows®  10,  Windows®  8,  Windows  7,  Windows  Vista®,  or  

Mac  OS  10.6  or  higher  

 

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Getting  Started  

Connecting  from  Android    

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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.    Device  cannot  be  connected  using  a  USB  cable.  

2

Install  the  “SanDisk  Connect”  app  from  Google  Play,  Amazon  Appstore,   or  local  Android  application  store  if  not  already  installed.  

 

3

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

 

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4

Launch  the  “SanDisk  Connect  Wireless  Stick”  mobile  app.   a. Select  Wireless  Stick  Wi-­‐Fi  network  through  the  app.   b. Wireless   Stick   Wi-­‐Fi   network   will   appear   as   “SanDisk   Connect  

######”  where  ######  will  be  a  unique  identifier  for  your  specific   unit.  

Charging  Wireless  Stick  

 

Plug  your  drive  into  a  computer  USB  port  or  a  USB  AC  adaptor*  to  charge   it.  

*  USB  AC  adaptor:  not  included  with  the  drive

 

 

 

 

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LED  Indicator  

The   LED   indicator   light   on   the   Wireless   Flash   drive   indicates   its   battery,   charging  and  transfer  status  as  explained  below    

 

   

 

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Wireless  Stick  Status   LED  Status  

Device  on  

Wi-­‐Fi  data  Transfer  

White  blinking  

White  rapid  blinking  

Battery  charging  

Low  battery  warning  

Firmware  update  

 

Amber  solid  

Red  blinking  

Color  cycling  

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Application  

Application  overview    

SanDisk   Connect   app   is   the   companion   to   your   Wireless   Stick.   Its   major   functions  are:  

1. Add  photos/videos/files  from  the  android  device  to  the  drive  with  the  ‘+’   button.  

2. Access  other  functions  such  as  Auto-­‐backup,  “My  Downloads”,  settings   and  transfer  contacts  through  the  menu  icon  in  the  top  left  corner.    

 

 

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File  Management  

Use  your  Wireless  Stick  to  transfer  and  manage  files  between  your  Android   device,   PC   and   Mac.     Connect   mobile   app   is   required   to   transfer   files   to/from  Android  devices.  

Transfer  files  from  your  Android  device  to  the  Wireless  Stick  

 

1

Use  the  SanDisk  Connect  mobile  app  to  access  your  Wireless  Stick.  

2

Select  the  add  file  button  “+”.    

3

You   will   be   prompted   to   “Select   from   Photos”   by   default.   You   can   change  the  option  from  drop  down  menu  at  the  top  left  to  select  from   videos/music/files.  

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Select   the   photos/videos/music/files   you   want   to   transfer   (long   press   also  initiates  select).  

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 “Select  Destination”  to  specify  where  to  store  the  files  on  your  drive.    

You   can   choose   “New   Folder”   option   to   create   a   new   folder   as   the   destination  of  the  file  transfer  on  the  drive.  

 

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Transfer  files  from  Wireless  Stick  to  Android  

1

Use  the  SanDisk  Connect  mobile  app  to  access  your  Wireless  Stick.  

2

Press  the    (options  button)  at  the  top  right  corner  of  the  screen  and   choose  “Select”.  You  can  also  initiate  selection  by  long  press  on  any  file.  

3

Select  the  files  to  be  transferred.  

4

Press  the    (options  button)  at  the  top  right  corner  of  the  screen  and  

  choose   “Download   to   Device”.     Image   files   are   added   to   the   Android  

Gallery.  

Files   downloaded   to   My   Downloads   are   accessible   using   the   SanDisk  

Connect  app  even  when  the  drive  is  not  connected.  

Transfer  files  between  PC  and  Wireless  Stick  

To  transfer  files  between  your  Wireless  Stick  and  computer  simply  plug  the  

Wireless  Stick  into  your  computer’s  USB  port.  

 

 

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In  the  AutoPlay  window,  click  Open  folder  to  view  files:  

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Drag   and   drop   music,   videos,   photos,   and   documents   between   your   computer  and  the  Wireless  Stick.    

 

 

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Transfer  files  between  Mac  computer  and  Wireless  Stick  

To  transfer  content  between  your  Wireless  Stick  and  Mac  computer:  

1

Plug  your  Wireless  Stick  into  your  Mac  computer’s  USB  port.  

2

Drag  and  drop  music,  videos,  photos,  and  documents  between  your  MAC   and  your  Wireless  Stick.  

 

The  default  device  name  will  appear  as  “NO  NAME”.    You  can  rename  the   device   for   easier   identification.     ‘Two   Click’   the   device   name   and   select  

rename.  

 

 

   

 

 

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Transfer   files   between   Wireless   Stick   and   a   device   using   a   web   browser    

You   can   transfer   files   between   Wireless   Stick   and   any   device   with   a   web   browser.     This   could   be   useful   when   a   mobile   app   is   not   available   for   a   specific   platform   or   it   is   not   possible   to   install   the   mobile   app   on   shared   devices.     For   computers   this   will   allow   multiple   devices   to   connect   wirelessly  via  a  browser  instead  of  a  direct  USB  connection.  

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Connect  to  Wireless  Stick  Wi-­‐Fi  network  “SanDisk  Connect  ######”   a. ######  will  be  a  unique  identifier  for  your  specific  unit.  

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Enter   www.sandisk.com/myconnect  in  your  web  browser  

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You  can  now  browse  &  download  files  within  the  browser  

At  this  time,  it  is  only  possible  to  browse  and  download  content  from  the  

 

Wireless  Stick  via  the  web  browser.    There  is  no  ability  to  upload  content   to  the  Wireless  Stick  

Delete  files  within  the  App  

1

Use  the  SanDisk  Connect  mobile  app  to  access  your  Wireless  Stick.  

2

Press  the    (options  button)  at  the  top  right  corner  of  the  screen  and   choose  “Select”.  You  can  also  initiate  selection  by  long  press  on  any  file.  

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Select  the  files  to  be  deleted.  

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Press    at  the  top  right  of  the  screen.    

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Search  within  the  App  

 

1

Use  the  SanDisk  Connect  mobile  app  to  access  your  Wireless  Stick.  

2

In  the  file  view,  pull  down  the  screen.  

3

You   will   see   a   search   box   appear   at   the   top.   Enter   the   file   name   you   would  like  to  find.  

4

You’ll  see  search  results  appear  for  any  matching  files.  

Internet  Connectivity  

We   understand   how   important   it   is   for   you   to   stay   connected   to   Internet.  

Wireless   Stick   provides   two   options   for   your   mobile   device   (phone/tablet)   that  will  allow  you  to  maintain  an  Internet  connection  while  simultaneously   connecting  to  the  Wireless  Stick:  a  local  Wi-­‐Fi  network.    

Using  Wi-­‐Fi  

To  configure  

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Use  the  SanDisk  Connect  mobile  app  to  access  your  Wireless  Stick.  

2

In  the  app,  choose  Menu  !Internet  Connection  !  Wi-­‐Fi.  

3

Choose  your  preferred  network  and  hit  OK.  

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The   LED   on   the   Wireless   Stick   will   double   blink   to   indicate   the   device   is   connected  to  another  Wi-­‐Fi  network.  

 

 

 

It  is  recommended  that  you  reset  your  Wireless  Stick  when  the  application   informs  you  to  do  so.    

 

For  some  networks,  it  is  recommended  to  close  and  restart  your  mobile   application.  

 

 

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Gallery  Backup  

 

You  can  back  up  your  camera  roll  to  the  Wireless  Stick  by  setting  up  Gallery   auto-­‐backup  or  manually  backing  up  as  needed.  

Automatic  Backup  

 

Set-­‐up  once  and  transfer  your  gallery  to  the  drive  automatically  each  time   the  drive  is  connected.    

To  set-­‐up:  

1

Use  the  SanDisk  Connect  mobile  app  to  access  your  Wireless  Stick.  

2

On  the  app,  go  to  Menu  !Settings!Gallery  Auto-­‐Backup.    

3

To  change  the  destination  of  the  backed  up  files  on  the  drive,  select  the  

“Destination”  as  a  folder  on  the  drive.    The  default  destination  is  “Gallery  

Backup”  

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Turn  on  the  “Gallery  Auto-­‐Backup”.    

Backup  may  take  longer  than  normal  the  1 st

 time.    Once  set  up,  only  newly   added  files  will  be  copied  to  the  drive.  

Manual  Backup  

Back  up  your  gallery  with  the  drive  as  needed  using  Backup  Now.    

To  back  up:  

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1

Use  the  SanDisk  Connect  mobile  app  to  access  your  Wireless  Stick.  

2

Go  to  Menu  !Settings!Gallery  Auto-­‐Backup.    

3

To  change  the  destination  of  the  backed  up  files  on  the  drive,  select  the  

“Destination”   as   a   folder   on   the   drive.       The   default   destination   is  

“Gallery  Backup”  

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Select  “Backup  Now”.    

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All   the   files   in   your   gallery   will   be   copied   to   the   drive   in   the   folder   specified  as  the  Destination.  

Backup  may  take  longer  than  normal  the  1 st

 time.    Once  set  up,  only  newly   added  files  will  be  copied  to  the  drive.

 

Photos    

Supported  file  formats  

BMP,  TIF,  TIFF,  JPG,  PNG,  GIF,  XBM,  ICO,  TGA  

View  

 

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Use  the  SanDisk  Connect  mobile  app  to  access  your  Wireless  Stick.  

2

The   contents   of   the   drive   will   appear.   Browse   to   the   folder   containing   your  photos.    

3

Tap  the  photo  you’d  like  to  view.  

4

You  can  view  other  photos  in  the  same  folder  by  swiping  left  or  right.  

 

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Slideshow  

1

Use  the  SanDisk  Connect  mobile  app  to  access  your  Wireless  Stick.  

2

Browse  to  the  folder  containing  your  photos.  

3

Choose  the  photo  you  want  to  start  with.  

4

Press  the    (options  button)  at  the  top  right  corner  of  the  screen  and   choose  “Slideshow”.    

Slideshow  Settings  

1

While  in  slide  show,  tap  on  the  photo  once  to  see  the  options.  

2

Select   the   settings   icons   in   the   top   right.     There   are   options   for   the   transition  type  and  the  time  duration  for  each  photo.  

Videos

 

Supported  file  formats  

WMV,  AVI,  MKV,  MP4,  MOV,  FLV,  MPG,  RMVB,  M4V,  TS  

Playback  

1

Use  the  SanDisk  Connect  mobile  app  to  access  your  Wireless  Stick.  

2

The   contents   of   the   drive   will   appear.   Browse   to   the   folder   containing   your  videos.      

3

Tap  the  video  you  want  to  play.  

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You  can  play  other  videos  in  the  same  folder  by  swiping  left  or  right.  

Some  DRM-­‐protected  content  cannot  be  streamed.  Check  with  the  content   provider  for  playback  restrictions.  

Music

 

Supported  file  formats  

OGG,  WAV,  MP3,  M4A  

Playback  

1

Use  the  SanDisk  Connect  mobile  app  to  access  your  Wireless  Stick.  

2

The   contents   of   the   drive   will   appear.   Browse   to   the   folder   containing   your  music.    

3

Tap  the  song  you  want  to  play.  

4

You  can  play  the  other  songs  in  the  same  folder  by  swiping  left  or  right.  

Playback   supports   music   purchased   from   iTunes.   Some   DRM-­‐protected   content   is   not   supported.   Check   with   the   content   provider   for   playback   restrictions.  

 

While  music  is  playing,  you  can  continue  to  browse  files  and  view  photos.    A   music  toolbar  will  be  visible  at  the  bottom  of  the  screen.  The  toolbar  allows   you  to  pause,  play,  rewind,  and  forward.  

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Documents

 

Supported  file  formats  

DOC,  DOCX,  XLS,  XLSX,  PPT,  PPTX,  PDF  

Viewing  

1.

Use  the  SanDisk  Connect  mobile  app  to  access  your  Wireless  Stick.  

2.

The   contents   of   the   drive   will   appear.   Browse   to   the   folder   containing   your  documents.      

3.

Tap  the  document  you  want  to  view.  

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The  SanDisk  Connect  mobile  app  supports  viewing  of  documents  only.    You   may   be   able   to   open   these   file   types   in   other   apps   for   additional   functionality.  

 

 

 

 

Sharing  &  Social  Network

 

You   can   share   files   from   your   Wireless   Stick   in   many   ways   including  

Facebook,  Twitter  and  others  from  within  the  app.  

How  to  share  

 

1

Use  the  SanDisk  Connect  mobile  app  to  access  your  Wireless  Stick.  

2

Press  the    (options  button)  at  the  top  right  corner  of  the  screen  and   choose  “Select”.  You  can  also  initiate  selection  by  long  press  on  any  file.    

3

Select    at  the  top  of  the  screen.  

4

Choose  the  desired  upload/share  option.  

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Contact  Management  

Create  a  backup  contact  file  and  restore  it  when  needed.    This  is  particularly   valuable  when  moving  to  a  new  iPhone.    

Backup  

 

1

Use  the  SanDisk  Connect  mobile  app  to  access  your  Wireless  Stick.  

2

Go  to  Menu  !  Settings  !  Transfer  Contacts  !Backup  

3

Select  the  contacts  to  back  up.  

4

Select  “Backup”.  

 

Restore  

1

Use  the  SanDisk  Connect  mobile  app  to  access  your  Wireless  Stick.  

2

Go  to  Menu  !  Settings  !  Transfer  Contacts  !  Restore  

3

Choose  the  backup  file  you’d  like  to  restore.  

4

Select  “Restore”.  

The  contact  restore  operation  may  create  duplicate  contacts.  

 

 

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Personalize  your  Wireless  Stick  

Wi-­‐Fi  Security  

You  can  secure  the  Wi-­‐Fi  connection  enabled  by  your  drive  with  a  password   and  restrict  the  access.

 

1

Use  the  Connect  mobile  app  to  access  your  Wireless  Stick.  

2

Go  to  Menu  !  Settings  !  Security  

3

Enable  “Security”.  

4

Choose  and  confirm  the  password  of  your  choice.  

Any  future  Wi-­‐Fi  connection  request  will  require  this  password.  

Power  Saving  

The  drive  would  go  into  power  save  mode  automatically  when  it  is  inactive   for  a  particular  time  period.  To  set  this  time  period  

1

Use  the  SanDisk  Connect  mobile  app  to  access  your  Wireless  Stick.  

2

Go  to  Menu  !  Settings  !  Power  Save  Timer  

3

Choose  the  time  period.  

Wi-­‐Fi  Connection  Name  

You   can   choose   a   name   for   your   drive   to   make   it   easier   to   identify   the  

Wireless  Stick

 

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1

Use  the  SanDisk  Connect  mobile  app  to  access  your  Wireless  Stick.  

2

Go  to  Menu  !  Settings  !  Change  Drive  Wi-­‐Fi  Name.  

3

In  the  text  box,  name  the  drive  and  hit  OK.  

Reformatting  Wireless  Stick  

1

Connect  the  drive  to  a  PC/Mac  computer  through  the  USB  connector.  

2

Format  the  drive  as  a  regular  USB  flash  drive.  

The  64GB  and  higher  capacity  drive  can  be  formatted  as  exFAT.    16GB  &  

32GB  devices  must  be  formatted  as  FAT32.  

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All  data  on  the  drive  will  be  lost  after  formatting.   Please   back   up   your   data  before  formatting.  

About  the  Device  

1

Use  the  SanDisk  Connect  mobile  app  to  access  your  Wireless  Stick.    

2

Go  to  Menu  !  About  

3

Under  the  About  section,  you  can  see   a. Current  app  version   b. Wireless  Stick  firmware  version   c. MAC  Address  of  the  Wireless  Stick   d. SanDisk  Privacy  Statement   e. Legal  terms  and  conditions  

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Firmware  Update  

 

SanDisk   continuously   improves   our   user   experience   with   bug   fixes   and   enhancements.    The  SanDisk  Connect  mobile  app  may  notify  you  that  a  new   firmware  is  available.    The  app  will  also  provide  any  instructions  to  update   firmware.     It   is   always   recommended   to   update   to   the   latest   firmware   version.    

 

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Troubleshooting  &  Support  

Hardware  Reset  

To   reset   settings   to   factory   default   values:   while   the   Wireless   Stick   is   off,   press   and   hold   the   power   button   down   for   about   15   seconds   until   the   LED   flashes   red   and   green   (will   turn   white   again).     The   device   name,   password,   power  save  time,  and  Internet  Connectivity  settings  will  all  be  reset  to  default   values.    This  reset  will  not  change  the  firmware  version.    The  content  on  the   device  will  remain  the  same.  

 

In-­‐app  Support  

Go  to  Menu  !Help.  To  access  the  app  walkthrough,  getting  started  guide   and  online  support.  

Online  Support  

 

The  support  page  for  Wireless  Flash  Drive  is  available  at:  

http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/17367  

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Technical  Specifications  

Form  Factor:  USB  flash  drive  

Memory/Storage:  embedded  flash  memory,  not  user  removable  (available   capacities:  16  GB,  32  GB,  64  GB,  and  128  GB

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Battery   Type:   Built-­‐in,   non-­‐replaceable   rechargeable   lithium   polymer   battery  

Operating  Duration:  Up  to  4  hours  of  continuous  usage

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Battery  Charging:  Over  USB  2.0-­‐powered  connection  (500mA);  up  to  2  hours   for  a  full  charge  

Simultaneous   wireless   usage   and   charge   with   compatible   USB   power   adapter  

Wireless  Connectivity:  Wi-­‐Fi:  IEEE  802.11  b/g/n  (2.4GHz)  

     Rated  power  (all  modes):  1.8mW/MHz  

Wireless  Range:  Up  to  45m  (150  feet)  line-­‐of-­‐sight  

Wireless  Security:  WPA2  

Status  LEDs:  Power/Battery  &  Wi-­‐Fi  activity  

Integrated  lanyard  slot  

Operating  temperature:  32°F  to  113°F  (0°C  –  45°C)    

Storage  temperature:  -­‐4°F  to  158°F  (-­‐20°C  –  70°C)    

                                                                                               

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 1  GB  –  1,000,000,000  bytes.    Actual  user  storage  less.  

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 Based  on  streaming  720p  content  at  2Mbps  to  one  device;  actual  life  and  performance   may  vary  depending  upon  usage  and  settings;  battery  not  replaceable.  

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Operating  relative  humidity:  5%  to  95%  non-­‐condensing  

Maximum  operating  altitude:  10,000  feet  (3,048m)  

Maximum  File  Size:  <4GB  (16  GB,  32  GB  versions),  limited  only  by  capacity  

(64  GB,  128  GB  versions)  

Dimensions:  3.03”  x  0.75”  x  0.43”  (77mm  x  19mm  x  11mm)  

Weight:  21.76g  (0.77oz)  

Regulatory  Statement    

FCC   Compliance   Statement:   This   device   complies   with   Part   15   of   the   FCC  

Rules.  Operation  is  subject  to  the  following  two  conditions:  (1)  This  device   may   not   cause   harmful   interference,   and   (2)   This   device   must   accept   any   interference   received,   including   interference   that   may   cause   undesired   operation.  Note:  This  equipment  has  been  tested  and  found  to  comply  with   the  limits  of  a  Class  B  digital  device,  pursuant  to  Part  15  of  the  FCC  Rules.  

These  limits  are  designed  to  provide  reasonable  protection  against  harmful   interference  in  a  residential  installation.  This  equipment  generates  uses  and   can   radiate   radio   frequency   energy   and   if   not   installed   and   used   in   accordance  with  the  instructions,  may  cause  harmful  interference  to  radio   communications.  However,  there  is  no  guarantee  that  interference  will  not   occur  in  a  particular  installation.  If  this  equipment  does  cause  interference   to   radio   or   television   reception,   which   can   be   determined   by   turning   the   equipment   off   and   then   on,   the   user   is   encouraged   to   try   to   connect   the   interference  by  one  or  more  of  the  following  measures:  

•  Reorient  or  relocate  the  receiving  antenna.  

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•  Increase  the  separation  between  the  equipment  and  receiver.  

•  Connect  the  equipment  to  a  different  outlet  so  that  the  equipment  and   receiver  are  on  different  branch  circuits.  

 

•  Consult  the  dealer  or  an  experienced  radio/TV  technician  for  help.  

Important:   Changes   or   modifications   to   this   product   not   authorized   by  

SanDisk   could   void   the   electromagnetic   compatibility   (EMC)   and   wireless   compliance  and  negate  your  authority  to  operate  the  product.  This  product   has  demonstrated  EMC  compliance  under  conditions  that  include  the  use  of   compliant   peripheral   devices   and   shielded   cables   between   system   components.  It  is  important  that  you  use  compliant  peripheral  devices  and   shielded   cables   between   system   components   to   reduce   the   possibility   of   causing  interference  to  radios,  televisions,  and  other  electronic  devices.  

Industry  of  Canada:  

 

This  device  complies  with  Industry  Canada  license-­‐exempt  RSS  standard(s).  

Operation  is  subject  to  the  following  two  conditions:    

(1)  this  device  may  not  cause  interference,  and    

(2)   this   device   must   accept   any   interference,   including   interference   that  

  may  cause  undesired  operation  of  the  device.  

Le   présent   appareil   est   conforme   aux   CNR   d'Industrie   Canada   applicables   aux   appareils   radio   exempts   de   licence.   L'exploitation   est   autorisée   aux  

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  deux  conditions  suivantes  :    

(1)  l'appareil  ne  doit  pas  produire  de  brouillage,  et    

(2)   l'utilisateur   de   l'appareil   doit   accepter   tout   brouillage   radioélectrique   subi,   même   si   le   brouillage   est   susceptible   d'en   compromettre   le   fonctionnement.  

 

EU  Declaration  of  Conformity  

Hereby,   SanDisk   declares   that   this   SanDisk   Connect   Wireless   Stick   is   in   compliance   with   the   essential   requirements   and   other   relevant   provisions  

  of  Directive  1999/5/EC.  

EN  300  328  v1.7.1  (2006-­‐10)  

EN  301489-­‐17  v1.3.2  (2008-­‐04)  

EN  62311:2008  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Singapore  

Complies  with

IDA  Standards

DA103798

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Brazil  

Este  equipamento  opera  em  caráter  secundário,  isto  é,  não  tem  direito  a   proteção  contra  interferência    rejudicial,  mesmo  de  estações  do  mesmo   tipo,  e  não  pode  causar  interferência  a  sistemas  operando  em  caráter   primário  

 

3466-­‐15-­‐7909  

 

Hong  Kong  

 

 

 

Indonesia  

41671/SDPPI/2015  

5190  

 

Israel  

 

51050156 המאת רושיא

.רצומה לש ראלודומהי קלחב ינכט יוניש לכ עצבל ןיא

 

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UAE  

 

 

 

Taiwan  

注意!

依據 低功率電波輻射性電機管理辦法

 

第十二條 經型式認證合格之低功率射頻電機,非經許可,公司、商號或使用者均不得擅自變更頻率、

加大功率或變更原設計之特性及功能

第十四條

低功率射頻電機之使用不得影響飛航安全及干擾合法通信;經發現有干擾現象時,應立即停用,並改善

至無干擾時方得繼續使用。

前項合法通信,指依電信法規定作業之無線電通信。

低功率射頻電機須忍受合法通信或工業、科學及醫療用電波輻射性電機設備之干擾。

 

Malaysia  

 

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Saudi  Arabia  

Complies  with  the  CITC  Technical  Specification  CITC  Certification  Number  TA  

03112015-­‐03112016-­‐11858  

Thailand  

 

Safety  and  Care  

All  wireless  devices  are  susceptible  to  interference,  which  might  affect  the   performance  of  a  Wireless  Stick.  

Do  not  switch  on  a  Wireless  Stick  in  restricted  areas  or  areas  where  wireless   devices  are  prohibited.    When  instructed  to  do  so,  switch  off  the  Wireless  

Stick   in   restricted   areas   such   as   those   near   medical   equipment,   fuel/chemicals,  or  blasting  areas,  or  when  instructed  to  in  aircraft.  

The   Wireless   Stick   contains   a   lithium   polymer   battery   that   has   been   fully   tested   for   safety.     However,   several   precautions   should   be   taken   when   using  a  Wireless  Stick:  

• When  a  Wireless  Stick  is  in  a  pocket  with  other  metallic  objects,  make   sure  the  cap  is  in  place.  

• Never  charge  a  Wireless  Stick  unattended.  

• Charge  a  Wireless  Stick  in  an  area  away  from  flammable  materials.  

 

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• Never   intentionally   heat   a   Wireless   Stick   in   a   microwave   oven   or   dryer  or  place  in  a  fire.    Never  use  the  Wireless  Stick  in  temperatures   above  60°C  (140°F).  

• Stop  using  a  Wireless  Stick  if  any  abnormal  heat,  odor,  deformation,   discoloration,  or  other  abnormal  condition  is  detected.    If  any  liquid   leaks   from   a   Wireless   Stick,   wash   your   hands   well   with   fresh   water   immediately.    If  liquid  gets  into  your  eyes,  wash  with  edible  oil  and   see  a  doctor  immediately.    

The  Wireless  Stick  is  not  water  resistant.  

Do  not  store  a  Wireless  Stick  in  extreme  temperatures.    High  temperatures   can  shorten  the  life  of  the  device  by  damaging  the  battery  or  cause  warping   or  melting  of  the  plastic  enclosure.    Cold  temperatures  can  also  shorten  the   life  of  the  Wireless  Stick  by  damaging  the  battery,  causing  plastic  enclouse   to  crack,  or  causing  moisture  to  condense  on  or  inside  the  device.  

Keep   the   Wireless   Stick   dry.     Water   or   other   liquids   can   damage   it.     In   addition,  high  humidity  can  cause  condensation  to  form.    If  a  Wireless  Stick   gets  wet,  turn  it  off,  place  it  in  a  low-­‐humidity  environment,  and  allow  it  to   completely  dry.  

Do  not  store  a  Wireless  Stick  in  a  dusty  or  dirty  area  because  mechanicals   parts  may  be  damaged  or  cease  to  work.    

Do  not  attempt  to  open  or  modify  a  Wireless  Stick.    It  contains  no  internal   serviceable   parts.     Attempting   to   modify   a   Wireless   Stick   can   damage   the  

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device  and  cause  it  to  operate  in  violation  of  government  regulations  and   can  cause  a  safety  concern.  

Do   not   drop,   shake,   strike,   crush,   or   blend   a   Wireless   Stick   as   this   may   damage  the  device.  

If  a  Wireless  Stick  becomes  damaged,  halt  use  immediately.  

Cleaning  

 

Before  cleaning  a  Wireless  Stick,  disconnect  it  from  any  USB  port  and  turn   off  device.    If  the  outside  of  the  Wireless  Stick  is  soiled,  use  a  cloth  that  has   been   slightly   dampened   with   water   to   clean   the   outside.     Do   not   allow   water   to   enter   the   Wireless   Stick   around   the   power   button   or   USB   connector.  

 

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Maintenance  and  Storage  

The   Wireless   Stick   contains   a   lithium   polymer   battery   that   needs   proper   care  for  best  usage.    Note  that  while  the  lithium  polymer  battery  does  not   have  any  memory  effect,  proper  case  is  required  for  the  best  usage  

Standard  Maintenance  

For  proper  maintenance  of  the  battery,  it  is  best  to  periodically  let  the  

Wireless  Stick  discharge.    We  do  not  recommend  keeping  the  Wireless  Stick   plugged  in.    For  the  best  battery  life,  we  recommend  charging  and   discharging  the  Wireless  Stick  at  least  one  a  month.  

Long  Term  Storage  

If  the  Wireless  Stick  will  not  be  used,  it  is  best  to  keep  the  battery  around  

50%  charged.    To  charge  the  battery  to  approximately  50%,  fully  discharge   the  Wireless  Stick  until  it  turns  itself  off,  then  let  it  charge  for  1  hour.    Store   the  Wireless  Stick  at  a  temperature  between  20°C  and  45°C  (4°F  and  113°F)  at   a  relative  humidity  of  65%  +/-­‐  20%  

Recycling  

Please  recycle  all  the  Wireless  Stick  packaging,  if  appropriate  recycling   facilities  are  available  in  your  area.  

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When  the  Wireless  Stick  has  reached  the  end  of  its  useful  life,  return  it  to  a   recycling  station  in  your  community  to  prevent  uncontrolled  waste  disposal   and  dispose  of  the  battery  properly.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SanDisk   is   a   trademark   of   SanDisk   Corporation,   registered   in   the   United  

States   and   other   countries.   SanDisk   Connect   is   a   trademark   of   SanDisk  

Corporation.    Apple,  the  Apple  logo,  iPhone,  iPad,  iPod  Touch  and  Mac  are   trademarks  of  Apple  Inc.,  registered  in  the  U.S.  and  other  countries.    App  

Store  is  a  service  mark  of  Apple  Inc.    Wi-­‐Fi  is  a  registered  trademark  of  the  

Wi-­‐Fi  Alliance.    Powered  by  AirStash

®

 Technology.    AirStash  is  a  registered   trademark  of  Wearable  Inc.  All  other  trademarks  are  the  property  of  their   respective  owners.  

©2015  SanDisk  Corporation.  All  rights  reserved.  

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