just a quick question. I've got a MacBook Air and I'm a journalist, I need the SD Card slot.
I've to switch to the new MacBook Pro and I will lose the SD Card, so I'm trying to solve the issue.
I'm planning to use a wireless SD Card (Transcend) and a ruby script on my MacBook that looks for new files on the card and download them on a folder on my Mac.
Here is the issue: everything is ok if I connect to the wi-fi hotspot created by the transcend, but of course I must connect to the wifi of the event / venue so I cannot lose the wifi connection.
At this moment I'm using the iPhone as camera and AirDrop: I can send photos to my Mac without any issue to the wi-fi connection: my Macbook receive images while connected to the wi-fi.
Is there a way to create a virtual wi-fi interface that looks for the Transcend SSID, connect to the card and download images?
I can also use a EyeFi card that act as a server, and the server is another script that runs on my Mac. This doesn't solve the problem: is my MacBook is connected to the network I cannot use the access point mode so the EyeFi can't connect.
Any idea? AirDrop work in that wy, but I cannot understand how can I create a sort of "airdrop" tunnel to connect to my card