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CPAP Wireless SD Card for The Rest of Us
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RE: CPAP Wireless SD Card for The Rest of Us
I am thinking about updating my Flashair SD card from a w-02 to a w-04. Is there any possible problem I might run into?
Also is there any other wifi SD card that might work as well or better?
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RE: CPAP Wireless SD Card for The Rest of Us
(02-03-2019, 11:05 PM)CurtRug Wrote: I am thinking about updating my Flashair SD card from a w-02 to a w-04. Is there any possible problem I might run into?
Also is there any other wifi SD card that might work as well or better?

I use a Toshiba w-03 with no issues I haven’t tried a w-04.


I am not aware of any other WiFi SD cards that will work with the availiable software, so if you don’t go with a Toshiba WiFi SD Card you will be crafting your own solution
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RE: CPAP Wireless SD Card for The Rest of Us
Thanks, Curt
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RE: CPAP Wireless SD Card for The Rest of Us
I've now been using my FlashAir chip for 7 sleep sessions.  It works great and saves a lot of chip removal and replacement.  The "FlashPap" software is easy to use has worked perfectly for all my sessions (I believe a sleep forum member wrote the software -- you created a valuable tool for "the rest of us").

The sleep forum step-by-step instructions for initializing, installing and using the FlashAir chip were the best I've seen in many years and pretty much removed any guess work from the process.  When I finally did it right (took me a couple of tries because I make lots and lots of mistakes), the chip worked perfectly.

THANK YOU!
Carl / Tubaman
"We run as fast as we can.  To get as far as we can.  So that when we finally get there we have that much further to run to get back to where we should have been."
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#45
RE: CPAP Wireless SD Card for The Rest of Us
Yes I used the Forums guidelines for setting up my Flashair W-02 over two years ago and it worked fine until about a month ago when it would quit broadcasting until I inserted it in an external card reader and then back into my Dreamstation. Then after a week of this it would not broadcast from my Dreamstation at all. In troubleshooting my Dreamstation I plugged a plain SD card into it and after it downloaded to the plain SD card, I reinserted my Flashair W-02 and it broadcast from the Dreamstation and continues to week now for over a week. The only thing I can diagnose from this, is a possible poor connection within the Dreamstation.
While all of this was going on I bought a new Flashair W-04, and flashed the latest version firmware. I than manually installed a recommended CONFIG file, changing entries pertaining to my case such as Network and Key. Plugging it into a card reader, it is picked up by my router so it appears to be OK also.
Curt
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