How easy is it to use the Flip-Pal mobile scanner with Wi-Fi enabled laptops and mobile devices like smartphones, pads, and tablets? Simply add the Flip-Pal Wireless Upgrade. Replace the SD card that is included with the Flip-Pal mobile scanner with the upgrade’s FlashAir card and you will be wirelessly transferring scans to your favorite device in 2 minutes or less! The FlashAir card stores the scans like a regular SD card, but unlike the others it includes built-in Wi-Fi that connects your scanner to mobile devices (smart phone, tablets) and Windows or Mac computers. Just press the scan button and watch your scans appear on your favorite device, with far superior image quality than can be captured by the mobile device’s built-in camera. You can review your scans on the device’s larger screen as well as the small LCD screen on the scanner. Don’t like what you see? You can immediately rescan your originals on the spot. Use your apps to send the scans via email or directly to Internet sites to connect, share, save and enjoy.
The Wireless Upgrade contains a 16GB FlashAir SDHC card and a Quick Start Guide with its Activation Code. Keep the card for possible future use reinstalling the software – you may need the Activation Code.
Click on these links for Keenai’s detailed instructions to setup the Toshiba FlashAir card on:
You will need to temporarily create a Keenai account long enough to configure the application, but it does not need to be a paid account, you can do this with a free trial account. After configuring your card, you can cancel the Keenai account – the FlashAir card will transfer files wirelessly without it.
One caution – don’t install the app on the iPad/iPhone and also the Desktop Mac Desktop software on your Mac computer. If you do, you might end up with some scans on the iPad/iPhone, and some on the Mac. Instead, choose one (probably the computer since it has more disc storage space) and have it sync via iCloud to the other one. If you are traveling without your computer, the 16GB will hold about 7,000 scans, more than enough space to wait until you get home and transfer them to the computer.
Watch the video to learn more.