Using an SD adapter.

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Apr 3, 2010

Using an SD adapter. by Quips at 5:59 AM (1,000 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. Quips
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    This doesn't pertain really to any specific flash...however the only flash card I own (or will when it arrives at my door) is an iEdge. The only microsd card I could find at bestbuy also came with an sd card adapter. It fits in the adapter just how it would fit into the flash cart...anyone can I use this adapter to add the files to the micro sd? Or is using the microsd reader which comes with the iEdge a better idea? I know this seems like like a dumb question..but I am a newb.
     
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    If you have a sd reader port on the computer you can use it. Though I prefer the msd reader but that's because I don't have a sd reader port. [​IMG]

    It doesn't matter which you use.
     
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    True, thanks man. Luckily my computer does have an sd reader.
     
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    That isn't even a luckily. Both ways it just acts the same as a USB memory stick, just stick stuff on there, and you can use it on the iEdge
     
  5. tk_saturn

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    Use the MicroSD reader that came with the iEdge, there have been people who have had problems updating the firmware when using other card readers.

    The card reader on your PC may also not be SDHC compatible.
     

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