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    Default Copy Maps from RT6

    I know that it is possible to copy disk contents fron RT6 using miraccast. However, can I copy the maps and transfer it to another RT6 ??
    Another question,If I was able to make backup files,including maps, from my RT6 how can I benefit from if I lost a maps or something wrong happened to my system? ?
    Any ideas would be appreciated.

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    Hello,

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    Thank you. But I was looking for a method to copy the maps to system without dismantling the unit.

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    I dismantled the RT6 unit and took out the SD card but it seems impossible to move data to the card by copy and paste procedure!

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    I became curious about this when i first saw the thread about that it was a micro SD card inside the RT6.

    I have moved my content to a faster card, just to see if it made any differences.

    The card contains 3 different partitions, if you do the "drag and drop" you only get the content from one partition.

    The easiest way to copy the content is to use Win32 Disk Imager, then you read the info from the card you want to copy to a img-file to the computer. Then you write the info from the img-file to the new card. Note that the card you write to has to be the same size or bigger.

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