Questions tagged [sd-card]

For questions asking about SD cards and/or the hardware necessary for reading/writing them, such as SD card to USB adapters.

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Need some recommendations on emulating an SD Card

I have a small single board computer (SBC) that has an SD Card socket. In order to test the hardware that sits around this SBC I insert a 'Master' SD Card into this socket to carry out an automated ...
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Does someone know a microcontroller that has a micro-sd slot and at least two UART ports?

I need microcontroller that has a micro-sd slot (It is fine if it only supports up to 4GB sd-cards.) and at least two UART ports in addition to the USB main port. It doesn't matter what kind of ...
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Recommendation: drive which is completely sanitizable

Context: I want to store data in digital format, and then destroy it. Let for the moment put physical destruction of the drive (hammer/degausser) aside. Question: which non-volatile drives will be ...
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Hardware selection recommendations for a embedded like OpenCV project

I need to choose hardware for an OpenCV project that I am working on currently. Space is limited hence I cannot use a full blown computer. The project specs are listed below: Using two USB 3.0 high ...
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Looking for a device to record a stereo signal on USB drive/SD card without a laptop

What I want is to record a stereo input signal on a USB drive or SD card, without the use of a laptop. The reason is I play in a rock band, and during rehearsals it would be nice to be able to record ...
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Modern equivalent of an ADATA Trio?

The ADATA Trio was a microSD to SD adapter that also had a USB interface in it, such that you would not need a USB to SD adapter. You could take off the cover and stick it into your PC's USB port. ...
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SD card reader with detachable cord and SD card fitting inside

mandatory: 1) full-sized SD card does not stick out of card reader's case 2) detachable cable (connected to card reader via micro-USB A or USC C, mini-USB B may also be acceptable) 3) matte case ...
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SDHC for the Wii

I am looking for an SDHC for my Wii. Nintendo's site suggests that any SDHC up to 32 GB should (but is not guaranteed to) work, while other sources imply that the file format matters if you want to ...
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SD card for heavy use

I have set up a VM (web development server) on a USB drive, but consider moving it to a SD card. VM has currently around 25 GB; so with a 64 GB card I would probably be safe. The price is pretty ...
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Bluetooth MP3 Player with m3u playlist support?

I'm looking for a bluetooth mp3 player with playlists support. Playlists in preferably editable text format (m3u,pls,xml), and not in binary non-editable format. I've been searching since quite some ...
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Suggest me phones with UHS-II support?

UHS-II(with 8 extra pins) supports much more speed than regular UHS-I microsd card, so I am going to buy a UHS-II microsd from (probably) Sandisk/Lexar. But I did not find any list of UHS-II supported ...
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SD card extension for a mid-2012 15" MacBook Pro?

I find it a very interesting options to extend my MacBook's storage capacity by permanently adding an SD card. One possible solution would be the Transcend Jetdrive Lite. There are also other ...