(This article has been contributed by a member of the PicoPix Max community forum.)
The PicoPix Max comes with 16 GB of built-in storage, with roughly half that available to you as the user.
To copy files to or from this internal storage, you can use the built-in File Manager app, available by selecting Settings and then choosing it from the side menu.
A prompt will appear asking you to choose between Internal or USB connected storage (or SD card if inserted). In my demo I clicked on USB.
The folders on your chosen storage location will appear. In this demo it’s a backup drive containing PS4 gallery files. Note that you also have the option on the left to select files by type, without thinking about which folder they’re in.
In this demo I chose to view all video’s on the drive, and selected (clicking once) one of them.
By clicking on the context menu button on the remote, I get presented the options to Copy, Cut, Delete, or view the file’s Properties. I clicked on Copy. Nothing visible happens, but the system remembers your choice, copying the file’s path to the clipboard so to speak. Do NOT remove the USB drive yet, as nothing has been actually copied yet, the system just mad a mental note of what you wanted it to copy later on.
After backing out a few times I get back to the Device choice screen, where I now choose the Internal device.
Go to the folder where I want to copy (Paste) the file to. In the example it’s the Download folder.
The context menu opens showing you the option of Paste. Click it and your file will be copied from the one location to the other. In my case it was a small file and the progress bar flashed by really fast, which is why I haven’t included a picture of that.
Voilá! Your file is copied. Only now can you remove the USB device or SD card.