Transferring Files

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  1. EM1205

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    Is removing the micro SD card the only way to copy/transfer the files to your PC/laptop? Any port from mavic itself + cable that can connect to my laptop to transfer the files? Thank you.
     
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    You can connect a usb cable from the Mavic Camera Data Port to your laptop to transfer files.
     
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    That will be limited to USB2 speeds though, so if you've got an USB3 reader/PC it's still much faster to take the card out.
     
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    Ok. It's located on the side of mavic right? The opposite side where the microsd card located?

    Sent from my SM-G935F using MavicPilots mobile app
     
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    Same side as the Micro SD Card slot.
     
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