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Hi, this might sound stupid but I've just bought a second Firehawk FX as a back-up. Can I copy the saved presets from my old Firehawk to the new one? 

Secondly and forgive my ignorance, how do I push my tones that I've created up to the cloud and once I've done that can I then recall them into my new Firehawk?

Thanks

Paul

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As long as you are using the same username on your app you should be able to. You'd probably need to register both firehawks on the app. 

You can save your tones to the cloud by saving to my tones (or public sharing) and then download them onto the new fhfx. To do this, open the patch in the app, press on the cloud and selecting "save to my tones". As far as i know you need to do one patch at a time.

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.... and after you’ve used your old Firehawk device to save them to My Tones (the cloud) you can disconnect your old Firehawk from Bluetooth. Establish a new Bluetooth connection to the app using your new Firehawk. You can then transfer all of your presets in My Tones, one by one, to your new Firehawk by using the Store on Firehawk option for saving tones.

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Damn! So, My Tones is The Cloud!! I never knew that, Ive been trying to find some sort of Cloud clue!

Cheers Silverhead

Paul

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Yes, it’s a bit confusing because the Firehawk SAVE options include ‘Publish to Line 6 Cloud’. The difference is that this Publish option makes the tone available to all Firehawk users in the Line 6 cloud (the library that the Search function uses), while My Tones is a private cloud collection associated with your personal Line 6 account.

 

Just like the sky..... there are many clouds! ;-)

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Thanks mate,  it's all done! Just doing the update now!

Simple really!

Appreciate the help, as always.

Paul

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