7935 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Sep 13, 2010 8:45 AM by SidJ
From any Mac, I can see other Macs in the Finder under SHARED. I can also see Time Capsule. If I click on Time Capsule, I see the hard drive in the Time Capsule.
Does this mean that I could see the hard drive from the iPad using AirSharing?
If so, do I need the HD version or would the iPhone version do?
That way I could also use it with the iPhone as I also want to access the same documents from it.
And if so, do I need to have any Mac on? I don't want to see any files on the Macs.
The time capsule is on the same network and always turned on.MBP 15 CD, MBP C2D 17, 17 Uni; TiBook, G4 MP500; iMac Grape, Orange,, Mac OS X (10.6.4), 60G iPodPhoto,4Gnano,8GiPhone, 32GiPhone3GS,32GiPhone4 1Gshuffle, 2TTime Capsule
I do not have a Time Capsule so I really do not know if you can "see" it on the iPad. I looked at the information in the Apple store but did not find out how the Time Capsule is broadcast over wireless. With Air Sharing I can also see my Mac computers as well as the LaCie NS.
take a look @ [FileBrowser|http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/filebrowser-access-files-on/id364738545?mt=8#].
27"iMac11,1/2,8GHz/12GB/i715"MBP3,1/2,4GHz/4GBMini3,1/2.26GHz/2GB, Mac OS X (10.6.4), TC 'sim-d' 500 GBAEBSn2x AX (b/g)ATV 40 GBTouch 2G iOS 4iPad wifi 16 GB
Zumocast - http://www.zumocast.com/ works great on the iPad. Once you install the server software on your PC or Mac you can select the Time Capsule and make it accessible to the Zumocast app on the iPad. The app will read most document, video and music files.MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.4)