Maybe having a bottom slot for the TF is bad idea?

Discussion in 'Supercard' started by zragnarok, Aug 17, 2006.

  1. zragnarok
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    Member zragnarok GBAtemp Regular

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    i know alot of people prefer the SCLite because of the TF slot being easily accesible at the bottom but im thinking it might not be a good idea in the long run... I have an M3 miniSD and an EZ4-Lite... on the M3, the SD card initially stuck pretty well in the slot but over time it has gotten loose, same with my EZ4... when i first got the EZ4-Lite, it was nearly impossible to remove the TF card because it was in there so tight, but now after a month, the TF card slides out with very little effort (the pins are probably breaking in).. in another couple of months, the TF card might even slide out by itself with a strong enough shake. Because the TF slot is inside, I dont have to worry baout it falling out. But with the SC-Lite, i am afraid that my $80 TF card will accidently fall out... any thoughts or impressions?
     
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    I share the same thought as you. Having the TF slot on the side of the cart like on the M3 Lite is by far a much better design. No worries on losing it accidently, I mean TF cards are tiny...
     
  3. achilles97206

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    I cut a small piece of paper, folded it in half, and then stuck it between the non-contact side of the MicroSD card and the card slot of my SCLite... seems to work great.
     
  4. yee

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    Now this has got me thinking if it was wise to order my SC-Lite
     

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