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Aiport Express USB port


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Is there anything else you can connect to the USB port on an airport express besides a printer... I would like to connect my external HD to it if possible, but from other stuff I have been reading I dont think its possible. Please let me know if there actually is some way of doing this though that I have overlooked. Thanks, Ste
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Nope, they are only designed to handle printers.


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Nope, they are only designed to handle printers.
yeah, thats kind of what i thought, but it was worth asking... thanks for the quick response.
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i have tried to hook cameras up and other things... but it just wont work

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this can also be used. ive tried ta charge my ipod with it and it didnt work.
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