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  1. This is a 16Gb SanDisk Wireless Stick key for use in a traditional USB flash drive and content sharing via Wifi.
    • This is a 16Gb SanDisk Wireless Stick key for use in a traditional USB flash drive and content sharing via Wifi.

  2. Remove the plastic around the USB port by unclipping it. Then remove the plastic covering the key (also clipped on). You will  now be able to remove the electronic card from the lower plastic.
    • Remove the plastic around the USB port by unclipping it.

    • Then remove the plastic covering the key (also clipped on).

    • You will now be able to remove the electronic card from the lower plastic.

    • Be careful: Avoid pressing the side button when handling to avoid turning on the WiFi.

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  4. Peel off the metal adhesive starting from one side.
    • Peel off the metal adhesive starting from one side.

    • The SD card, which serves as an internal memory, is now visible.

    • On the left side of the picture you can see the WiFi AirStash module (metal plate).

  5. Use a plastic tool to push the SD card towards the USB port (using the offset on the side of the card).
    • Use a plastic tool to push the SD card towards the USB port (using the offset on the side of the card).

    • Once shifted to the maximum, you can then take out the SD card by lifting the side opposite to the USB port.

Conclusie

To reassemble your device, follow the instructions of this guide in reverse order.

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Louis Perez

Lid sinds: 12-04-17

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I replaced the microsd with a faster one with a hope to get a faster transfer speed and found out that the device wont boot properly after replacing the card with the same capacity, same file system(FAT32) card.

I got it working properly by copying a whole disk image from the original card and burning it to the new card.

Maybe there is a invisible file inside the card that tells the device whether the card is genuine or not.

yusuke kikuchi - Antwoord

Which app did you used to copy the sd card image? Can you also upgrade from 16GB to like 200GB? Seems there are 2 different firmware files on Sandisk site.

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