You can make a QR code containing song data on KORG Gadget for Nintendo Switch and send it to KORG Gadget for iOS on an iPhone/iPad.
- Load a song to send on KORG Gadget for Nintendo Switch. Select “System” → “Send a song using QR code” to display the QR code screen.
- Select “Import” → “KORG Gadget for Nintendo Switch” from the file menu on KORG Gadget for iOS, and open a camera screen for scanning QR codes. (A dialogue to ask for your permission will pop up when you first do this.)
- Scan the QR code displayed on your Nintendo Switch using the camera on your iPhone/iPad. If you have multiple QR codes, scan one code, and then use the left and right cursor buttons on your Nintendo Switch to display the next QR code.
Once all the QR codes have been scanned, the song data will be loaded to KORG Gadget for iOS.
- Save the song data on KORG Gadget for iOS.
In case it fails to load
- Check if the number of the QR code that you are trying to scan is correct. The number of the scanned code will appear on the bottom of the iOS screen, so if the code is shown to have been scanned, proceed to the next QR code.
- Adjust the position of your iPhone/iPad to scan the QR code from the front with no distortion.
- Reposition your Nintendo Switch to avoid reflections on the screen. Reflections on the screen can affect QR code scanning.
- Change the size of the QR codes by pressing the X button in the QR code screen of KORG Gadget for Nintendo Switch. Use “Magnify” to scan them easier. “Magnify”: Magnify the QR code so that your iPhone/iPad can scan it better. (However, it will increase the number of the QR codes.) “Shrink”: Display a QR code densely packed with more data. As it will make the code more intricate, it will be more difficult to scan it with your iPhone/iPad.
- To send song data that uses Kamata gadget, you need to make an in-app purchase of Kamata on KORG Gadget for iOS.
- If the “Individual tempo setting” is used in “Scene settings,” it will not be reflected in KORG Gadget for iOS.
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