On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 3:06 PM, Jan Depner wrote:
> Little known fun fact - if the on/off switch is in the on position, even
Okay, tried it again. And, it works :)
Silly me ... It didn't occur to me that the computer needed to be
connected at the time of selection. I just thought one set the port to
and then you could plug/unplug ... like a camera :)
For others as dumb as me:
1. Plug the square end of the USB cable into the R16
2. Plug the flat end into the computer.
3. If the R16 was ON then hit the USB button and select
If the R16 was OFF then the menu should come up.
Either way, when you unplug the cable you lose the connection and need
to go back to <1>.
Honestly, I think it is easier to just pull the card and use that
directly in the computer :)
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