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Using an SD Card to collect data
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Using an SD Card to collect data
Does using an SD Card to collect data interfere with the system auto upload of data to Resmed?
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RE: Using an SD Card to collect data
No. They are independent of each other. Also, the SD card has much more detailed data as opposed to any that is uploaded wirelessly.

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RE: Using an SD Card to collect data
So my back up machine has SD card only. No wireless access. What do I do just plug it into my Mac Book Pro??
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RE: Using an SD Card to collect data
The easiest, and most informative, way to check your data is to download OSCAR from the link in the balck menu bar at the top of the page. Create a profile for yourself, and import the data from both SD cards to OSCAR.

I'm not sure what Resmed supplies to get your card to their cloud, but I've found OSCAR to be more useful anyway.
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RE: Using an SD Card to collect data
Nothing easy about Mac Book Pro and Oscar. At least last time I tried
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RE: Using an SD Card to collect data
(10-16-2022, 08:36 PM)Dave W Wrote: Nothing easy about Mac Book Pro and Oscar. At least last time I tried

It's the only way for you to see your data, though. You could start a thread in the software support forum if you run into problems.
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