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FlashPAP - FlashAir WiFi SD card utility
Sometimes I have the same issue with the copying stopping at 70%. A strange phenomenon but one thing that has worked for me is I run the mouse cursor over the copy data and exit and run sleep program bars a few times. For whatever reason this seems to wake up the circle and the file transfer completes.
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In your CONFIG file in SD_WLAN set NOISE_CANCEL=0 and APPAUTOTIME=0
If you still have issues, try moving your wifi router closer to your CPAP machine.

Using FlashAir W-03 SD card in machine. Access through wifi with FlashPAP or Sleep Master utilities.

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Will Flashpap work with DreamStation?
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Both FlashPAP and SleepMaster are non-machine specific software. So long as you have the correct WiFi SD card and you're in range of the Access Point, you shouldn't have any problems.
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Great! The web link only said PRS1, so I wasn't sure. Thank you.
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Actually, I misspoke. The software has to have some knowledge of the directory structure in order to know which files and directories to download. FlashPAP and Sleep Master don't have to know how the data is encoded in the files.

Per the Sleep Master web page (SleepNaster.org):
Quote:Sleep Master Java Wireless XPAP sleep data transfer for the PRS1, DreamStation, S9, Airsense10, AirCurve10 and a Generic option.
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Where does one get the FlashAir SD ?
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Amazon has good prices on them.
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(11-26-2016, 10:54 AM)HeadDoc41 Wrote: Where does one get the FlashAir SD ?

Google "Toshiba Flash Air". The most current model is the W-03. You can still find the W-02 but there isn't a significant price reduction between the two. Since most xPAPs only use around 2Gb data storage the smallest size, currently 16Gb, is fine.
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I may be a little paranoid about this but I just got my DreamStation 3 weeks
ago and am worried that changing SD cards may mess up my complience data
are my fears groundless ? In a week when my DME downloads my data does
that come from the cpap internal memory, the SD card or both?

Can I copy all the data from the SD card I am using to my new Flashair card?
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