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WiFi Enabled SD Memory Card
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WiFi Enabled SD Memory Card
Can these work with Resmed A10?   I assume you buy one of these and stick in in your cpap machine.
Turn on your computer that already has Oscar and just hit the red importer button and presto!

Is that all’s there is to it?   If so, any recommendations?
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RE: WiFi Enabled SD Memory Card
The only Wi-Fi SD card that actually works is a Toshiba FlashAir.  Unfortunately, Toshiba sold that division, and it is no longer in production.   Prices for these cards (used) are demanding phenomenal prices.   Someone on this board came up with one other Wi-Fi card (EZ-Share, I think) to kind'a work, but you really need to know computers before attempting to use this puppy.

Sorry!  Confused
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RE: WiFi Enabled SD Memory Card
(01-09-2022, 01:40 PM)Crimson Nape Wrote: ThanksThe only Wi-Fi SD card that actually works is a Toshiba FlashAir.  Unfortunately, Toshiba sold that division, and it is no longer in production.   Prices for these cards (used) are demanding phenomenal prices.   Someone on this board came up with one other Wi-Fi card (EZ-Share, I think) to kind'a work, but you really need to know computers before attempting to use this puppy.

Sorry!  

Thanks
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RE: WiFi Enabled SD Memory Card
On the other hand, if you DO manage to get hold of a reasonably priced FlashAir, once it's up and working, it's easy to extract the data and automatically load up OSCAR to auto-import it. I was EXTREMELY lucky to find one at little more than the original cost price, which is, honestly, the only reason I grabbed it. But there are other threads on here talking about different setups etc.
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RE: WiFi Enabled SD Memory Card
I’m going to keep my eye out for one, like CN said, the prices are through the roof. I’m not that desperate. But will snag one if the opportunity present’s itself.
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RE: WiFi Enabled SD Memory Card
For the FlashAir, try to stick with the W-04 version if you find one.  That was the latest version that was available before Toshiba took them off the market.  It's been a long time but I think the W-03 works, or at least used to.  The W-04 had newer FW and added features if I remember correctly.

And check the return policy of the seller (if there is one).  Some users have made their card unusable due to human error (failed FW upgrade, etc.) and put it back in the original box to re-sell it on Ebay.
My original boxes had those little clear plastic tabs on the top and bottom flaps of the cardboard display box they came in.

They sure are handy little SD cards BUT.....
Buyer beware.....
Jeff8356

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RE: WiFi Enabled SD Memory Card
That's some excellent information. A member here bought one and could never get it to work. She sent it to me to look at. Someone had hosed the Wi-Fi chip in it. Basically, she bought a very expensive regular SD card.
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RE: WiFi Enabled SD Memory Card
Thank you Jeff, excellent points.
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RE: WiFi Enabled SD Memory Card
Yes... a VERY expensive SDCard.

I have to admit, considering how cheap mine was, I was half expecting it to be the same way. At least I could have chased Paypal/eBay for a refund if it hadn't, I guess.
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