Use WiFi+Transfer App and add one or more mobile devices for wireless consolidation with DriveSpan App!

Overflow of data and media on your mobile devices? Want to consolidate data from different smartphones and tablets free of duplicates?

With free WiFi+Transfer app you have no restrictions and can install it on numerous devices.

Simply connect your mobile device running WiFi+Transfer App with your other mobile device running DriveSpan App and integrate one or more smartphones and tablets into your wireless consolidation with DriveSpan App. Then access all your content on one central storage location free of duplicates.

Super easy transfer and media consolidation from one or more mobile devices!

  • Install WiFi+Transfer App on one or more of your mobile devices
  • Make sure all your devices are connected to the same WiFi network
  • Start DriveSpan App on a different mobile device to control and trigger your consolidation. This your master app for controlling all devices
  • Start WiFi+Transfer on your mobile device that you want to add to consolidation
  • Turn on synchronization
  • Your device will now appear in DriveSpan App and you can select it as source for consolidation


  • Please note that you must have DriveSpan running on your other mobile device which triggers the wireless consolidation
  • Please install DriveSpan App via Google Play (Android) or App Store (iOS)

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How can I split tracks included in one big file of a digitized vinyl record and export it to individual music files directly?

Digitizing a vinyl record means analog to digital conversion. With Nero WaveEditor you have an easy to use free tool allowing you to do A/D recording of your vinyl record, plus automatic track splits, as well as single file export in one go.

This FAQ deals with splitting tracks and exporting individual music files of already digitized files.

Track split and exporting to individual tracks in Nero WaveEditor

If you already have recorded a digital track that has all the different music tracks included in one piece, it is easy to open your audio file in Nero WaveEditor, and split and export individual tracks afterwards.

Open Nero WaveEditor and your recorded track via the top menu. Your track will be displayed in Nero WaveEditor timeline with a waveform. In there, you can already visually identify where the individual tracks start and end. With the + and – buttons you can zoom in and out.


There are two ways to add track splits

1. Automatically

Go to the menu bar and select edit > ‘Pause Detection’. Set the dB value to minimum (-30 dB), leave the rest of the settings as are. Try out some different settings, if your results are not optimal.


F_NWE_32. Do it manually

Just use the ‘Insert track split’ function in the edit menu in combination with the cursor position on the waveform. Each split will create a new track.

F_NWE_4For checking each split, zoom in to see the detailed waveform view. If you are not satisfied with the position, just touch the set track split with the cursor and move it slightly left or right. You can also use this function after you have added track splits automatically.


Export your tracks as individual files

In the edit menu go to the bottom entry ‘Save tracks as Files’.

F_NWE_5In the coming up window, you can rename your tracks manually. Within the selectable audio file formats for export, you have many options: besides MP3 and AAC even lossless formats. Select the folder where you want to save your files and click ok.


When the export of multiple single files is finished, you have many options of how to utilize your music tracks with other Nero applications:

  • Import your tracks into Nero MediaHome library (and use Gracenote Music Technolgy for automatic title naming and cover art)
  • Move your music files including song information and cover art to your mobile device via WiFi+Transfer App connected to Nero MediaHome on your PC
  • Import your tracks into Nero Burning ROM to burn an Audio CD (and use Gracenote Music Technolgy for automatic title naming and cover art)
  • Import your tracks into Nero Burning ROM to burn your music files to a Jukebox CD, DVD or BD with higher storage capacity*.

*For more information also check Nero KowHow DIGITAL LIFE MADE EASY (4)

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I have digitized an LP to one big file. How can I split this and burn to Audio CD?

Digitizing an LP means analog to digital conversion. You can do this in Nero WaveEditor and import your digitized tracks to Nero Burning ROM if you want to create an Audio CD.

If your digitized LP track includes all the titles of your vinyl record, Nero Burning ROM provides an option to split these before burning to Audio CD. Open Nero Burning ROM and select the project template Audio CD. Import your digitized track into the project.

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Under the menu ‘Filters’ you will see ‘No Filter’. Click on the empty filter button to get to the ‘Audio Track Properties’ window. Click on the second tab ‘Indexes, Limits, Split’. Zoom into the waveform display and select a position with the mouse cursor, then click ‘Split’. Do this for each track.

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In the example, you can see seven tracks created form the digitized single track.

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Click ‘Burn’ to proceed burning your Audio CD.

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I get an Error Message in ‘DriveSpan App’, what can I do?

Via DriveSpan App for iOS and Android you can easily merge and consolidate all of your  media and data located on a PC and attached external hard discs / storage drives, mobile devices, or on your cloud storage to one central storage location (e.g. a PC, an external hard disc or the cloud). All included devices for consolidation – your sources and the target – are controlled wireless via ‘DriveSpan App’ within the same WiFi network.


Before starting the consolidation, you should check your configuration and your use case for enabling a smooth and error-less consolidation. For details on setting up your devices for consolidation, also check Nero KnowHow 00144. For a demo video of DriveSpan App check Nero KnowHow 00154.

Check your configuration and use cases based on below factors:

  • the number and types of used devices
  • the size of your data to be consolidated
  • the capacity (free space) on your target device
  • the bandwidth of your network
  • etc.


During the consolidation, DriveSpan App will identify issues and if possible will provide clear text solutions via the info box on the home screen. In most cases this will help you to resolve the issue. For example: the above message shows that external drive E is not responding. In this case you should check the proper physical connection and also the power supply of your drive (if the latter applies for your case).

After the consolidation is finished, respective errors will be documented in ‘Overview’ > ‘Error Report’. The ‘Error Report’ lists all given issues during a consolidation with related error codes, and a description of the issue. If you did not manage to fix your issue based on the proposed solution in the info box, please check the ‘Error Report’ and report your issue including the given error code.

If no errors occurred during your consolidation, the ‘Overview’ will not show an ‘Error Report’.

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