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When you press 'K' entering File Menu, it shows the files in USB flash drive under the Folder that you just chose before you press 'K'. On this menu, you can
 
1. Delete file in the USB flash drive.
2. Save the disk image in Drive A to USB flash drive. If there is no valid disk image in Drive A, the disk image it saves will be just useless garbage. You need to give file name and extention, if you would like to quit, just press 'ESC' at any time.
3. Same as 2 for Drive B.
4. Load the disk image selected by the cursor in the USB flash drive into Drive A. After it loads, you can see the disk image name in the line DRVA-, you can then press 'P' to boot that disk.
5. Load the disk image selected by the cursor in the USB flash drive into drive 2. After it loads, you can see the disk image name in the line DRVB-. This drive is not bootable.
 
If there are more than 16 files, you can use 'Q' and 'A' to scroll to other pages. Use 'I' or 'M' to move the cursor up and down to choose the file you want.
 
Press 'J' or 'L' to see other menus.
 
Press 'P' to exit iDisk Menu and return to Apple II operation. If there is valid disk image in Drive A, then it will be booted. And if there is no disk image, pressing 'P' will freeze the Apple II, and the only thing you can do is to recycle the Apple II power.
 
 
If Bluetooth connection is established (See the section "Bluetooth"), two more selections show up as
 
  
These two selections allow you to transfer single disk image to and from PC without the annoying USB flash drive plugging/unplugging. Pressing '6' to transfer disk image on the USB flash drive to PC and pressing '7' to get the disk image you specify from PC to USB flash drive.