Does this wood firmware work with the r4 sdhc?

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Oct 15, 2010
  1. triassic911
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    I would like to know because I plan on buying this one. Please, someone let me know. Thanks.
     
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    no wood r4 will not work on clones such as r4sdhc
    if you want wood r4 buy an R4 from shoptemp
     
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    You want this one. Doesn't support MicroSDHC cards.
     
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    lol tk_saturn I see your ref lol
     
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    So there's no r4 that supports the wood firmware AND sdhc capacity cards? I really do not want to have ONLY 2 gigs....
     
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    You could have a look at WAIO, but I have no interest in WAIO so i'm not 'up' on it. I prefer Wood R4.

    Otherwise get an Acekard 2.1. It has the same interface as Wood. Although compatibility isn't as good as Wood at the moment, there will be a new version of AKAIO released which will fix that.
     
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    Damn, I guess I'm gonna HAVE to get an acekard.... Oh well, thanks guys, I appreciate the responses.
     

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