Hi @Dark_Scan - My Passport Wireless Pro can copy SD cards all on its own - no laptop or computer needed! You can even copy cards without an app! Here’s how it works:
1.) Turn on the drive, connect to its Wi-Fi, and complete the one-time setup with the My Cloud app from your phone. Setup instructions can be found @ https://support.wdc.com/knowledgebase/answer.aspx?ID=13975
2.) Once you’re all set up, all you need to do is power on My Passport Wireless Pro, plug in an SD card, press the one-touch import button on the top of the device, and the entire card will be copied.
(You do not need to be connected via your phone to initiate the SD card copy.)
3.) You’re done! The blue LEDs in the upper left will fill up to 100% to let you know the progress of the card copy.
To see your photos and videos, connect wirelessly to My Passport Wireless Pro via your phone, tablet, or computer, or you can plug My Passport Wireless Pro into your computer via USB 3.0 to see everything in Finder/Explorer.
And, if you shoot on the same card on multiple days, My Passport Wireless Pro will identify which shots have already been imported and only copy over the new ones, and into a new folder. It’ll also keep your various SD card imports organized (which is really helpful for me when I’m on a trip with both my camera and drone).
Let me know if this helps clarifies how to use My Passport Wireless Pro - I hope this is the solution you were looking for!