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Question: Transferring large keynote files to iPhone

I have some very large files in Keynote (2GB) that I need to transfer to my iPhone. iTunes no longer does this, and the files are too big for Air Drop. How do I transfer them?

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Nov 18, 2017 6:57 AM in response to Gary Scotland In response to Gary Scotland

That can be helpful. I have used something similar that is much less expensive. Amazon.com: SD TF Card Reader with Lightning Micro USB OTG Connector, IVYOCK External Storage Memory Expansion Max Suppo…


I was finally able to get iTunes to work with transferring files using file sharing. I don't know why it didn't work initially.

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