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Umik iPad with audiotools - calibration file issue 8 years 6 months ago #14851

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When I follow the instructions completely, the calibration file shows up under the 'files' link at bottom right of calibration files screen, but not the actual calibration files screen where I'm supposed to select it and hit apply.

Any thoughts?

Calibration file name: umik-7000572.txt

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Umik iPad with audiotools - calibration file issue 8 years 6 months ago #14858

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Hi, I'm not quite sure I follow, but did you use the web browser on your computer to upload the file to your iPad?

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Umik iPad with audiotools - calibration file issue 8 years 6 months ago #14868

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I am having a similar issue. I manage to send the file via the browser. I can see it when I hit files in the Audio Tools screen.
However in the " Calibration Files " screen, it does not appear so I cannot select it to click APPLY.

I have tried refreshing the screen and restarting the app but no change.... It seems like it does not recognize the file.

Reading the info tab in Audio Tools. They recommend to use Dropbox. I tried this method and put the file in the correct directory:
Applications/Audiotools/public/calibration

When I copy the file in this directory in the dropbox, Audio Tools on IOS sees it in the root folder and not in the Calibration folder... It seems like it is not sinking properly in the right folder and therefore cannot load it as a calibration file.

So the question is: how to copy it to the right folder????
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Umik iPad with audiotools - calibration file issue 8 years 6 months ago #14872

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Yes, EXACTLY the way the instructions stated. I just deleted the file and tried it again, but nothing shows up in the "Calibration Files" section. Just as morgan stated on the 3rd post.

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Umik iPad with audiotools - calibration file issue 8 years 6 months ago #14873

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Just figure it out.

On the web browser upload screen, I must first click on the "calibration" folder, which opens up to a blank page.

I can then upload the calibration file to that area. It was previously uploading to the root as Morgan was saying.

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Umik iPad with audiotools - calibration file issue 8 years 6 months ago #14957

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Glad to hear you figured it out. We can add that note to the app note to clarify for future users.

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