Many people view iPad as an omnipotent device which enlarges our way to entertainment greatly. We can use it to get rid of office work, enjoy movies, take care of baby, play games and so on. On matter where we want to go, what we need to do, it can keep company with us.
However, thing's not so perfect all the time. There are still something iPad can not do during our daily life, such as used as external hard drive. Due to protect the copyright, Apple disables us to get any files out of iOS device, not even of iPad. Thus, we can only import tons of treasures into iPad rather than exporting them out. Is it true? Can iPad not work as an external hard drive forever? Well, that's not completely true. Actually, we can ask help from some special solution to turn iPad into external hard drive. OK, let's see the detailed description.
Here, we can use the 3rd-party software iPad to Computer Transfer or iPad to Mac Transfer as the assistant. Served as a professional iPad tool, it can easily transfer any files from iPad to computer including movies, songs, book, playlist, TV show, podcast, voice memo, etc. Owning this software, you can import any media files into iPad and get them out freely. That it!
OK, let's take software for Windows users to check it out how it works.
Just free download this software to computer. Then run it after you connect iPad with computer. Then all files of iPad will be listed on the interface for you.
Then, you can hit the proper classification to mark all files you need to copy to computer. Then hit the "Export" button to transfer all files from iPad to PC.
Meanwhile, if you do not want to use some third-party program in this process, you can customize your iTunes settings for your iPad. Just connect iPad with computer and open iTunes. After iTunes recognize your iDevice, just hit the your iPad on DEVICE on the left panel of iTunes. When iTunes displays all items of your iPad, just navigate the "Enable disk use" and turn off iTunes. When you open the hark disk of your computer (Mac or Windows), you can see your iPad icon list of hard drive on computer as follows. Just tag your iPad and you can see a new folder called "Storage" on your iPad. OK, you can use it as a normal hard drive now.
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