Android Version - http://blog.knguyentu.com/2011/03/motorola-xoom-eyefi-nikon-d300s-android.html
A few months ago I came across an article on fstopper.com trying to demo a pretty cool feature. A feature many have asked since the release of the Apple iPad. Can I tether images from my camera to the iPad? Not until recently (past 4 months) you could. With the help of a SD card from Eye-Fi, a software called ShuttlerSnitch, and one of these two methods (Router Based or Ad Hoc Based). Once you have all of these items and setup, you are ready to walk around town taking all the pictures you want and have it immediately tethered to your Apple iPad.
How you asked? Fairly simple! Two methods for you to choose from!
Method #1: Router Based
In a routed based method, you will need the following items:
Connect the Eye-Fi device to your PC or Mac and setup the WIFI SSID you will be connecting with on your Camera. This will be the SSID of the portable WIFI devices you have setup above. Once you have it setup, plug in the Eye-Fi to your camera (Nikon D300s, Nikon D90, or any camera compatible with Eye-Fi).
On your Apple iPAD, make sure you have the WIFI setup to connect to the same router device. Launch ShutterSnitch and create a Catalog / Category. Once created, you are ready to start taking picture and the image will automatically show up on your Apple iPad.
Method #2: Ad Hoc Based
In this "Ad Hoc" method, you do not need a portable WIFI device, but it does required you jailbreak your Apple iPAD. The items you will need are:
Similar to method #1 above, insert the Eye-Fi card into your PC or MAC and setup the WIFI SSID you will be connecting to. In this particular case, lauch up the MyWi 4.0 on your Apple iPAD to get the SSID. Once you are done, insert the Eye-Fi into your camera.
On your Apple iPAD, startup two applications. One being MyWi and ShuttlerSnitch.
I've tried both methods and can say they both work perfectly! Can't wait until I can go outside and do some more playing with this!
Note: You can still use the Eye-Fi Pro X2 with method #1 if you choose to as well. The advantage Eye-Fi Pro X2 has over connect is the Ad Hoc Connectivity.