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I had to re download it on my iPad. I updated all my purchases but do not have my flash cards in it. Trying to import but does not seem to find my iPhone. Maybe I'm just doing it wrong lol

Anyone have a link for npcr flash cards book 1

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Flashcards would only be kept if you had them stored on iCloud - if they're stored locally then unfortunately iOS would delete them as soon as you deleted the app (to free up space).

 

Import - are you trying to 'share files' from another device? That's always a little fiddly (requires them to be on the same network, among other things) - does it work any better if you go into File Manager (on the device that has your flashcards), tap on the (i) button next to your flashcard file, tap "Open In," and then AirDrop the file to your iPad?

 

Another option would be to use the "Upload/Download Files" command (also in File Manager), which would let you connect to one device from your computer's web browser (as if it's a tiny web server), download the file from that device to your computer, then connect to your other device and upload it to there.

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