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By Taowtp, Junior Member on 24th March 2014, 10:43 PM
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Was in the process of sourcing parts to follow up suggestions in other threads for making a small external micro SD card reader, and came across these. The memory is fixed at 8, 16, or 32 GB but the price is less than I've been paying for the micro SD cards!

http://www.scan.co.uk/search.aspx?q=otg

From prior experience with the supplier, although currently available pre-order only the actual items will be on the shelf soon. Certainly be getting a couple, and find a different project to play with.
 
 
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Was in the process of sourcing parts to follow up suggestions in other threads for making a small external micro SD card reader, and came across these. The memory is fixed at 8, 16, or 32 GB but the price is less than I've been paying for the micro SD cards!

http://www.scan.co.uk/search.aspx?q=otg

From prior experience with the supplier, although currently available pre-order only the actual items will be on the shelf soon. Certainly be getting a couple, and find a different project to play with.

Nice. Might think about it.

For those on the other side of the pond: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_no...gston+microDUO
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Nice. Might think about it.

For those on the other side of the pond: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_no...gston+microDUO

Thanks for that link, I got the 16G version because of the direct plug into the device.. I've been wanting to try out F2FS and you gotta nuke the whole SD to do it, and I didn't really want to transfer it all over USB again. I think this will be much easier to deal with, and faster to transfer files back and forth from the device and get it back up again after formatting.
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I'm planning to purchase either
They are very similar to each other. I wonder whether they differ on speed etc.

Any reviews based on experience with these or other dual USB drives are very much welcome.
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I'm planning to purchase either


They are very similar to each other. I wonder whether they differ on speed etc.

Any reviews based on experience with these or other dual USB drives are very much welcome.

Dunno, but the Kingston linked in my post works great for both USB and MicroUSB on my G2 and N7.
8th July 2014, 01:40 AM |#6  
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I'm planning to purchase either


They are very similar to each other. I wonder whether they differ on speed etc.

Any reviews based on experience with these or other dual USB drives are very much welcome.

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Dunno, but the Kingston linked in my post works great for both USB and MicroUSB on my G2 and N7.

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Love it. I now keep all of my TWRP backups and Titanium backups on it. Frees up gobs of space and makes it so easy (and fast!) to transfer files to and from my PC.
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Love it. I now keep all of my TWRP backups and Titanium backups on it. Frees up gobs of space and makes it so easy (and fast!) to transfer files to and from my PC.

I'm glad I got the 32g for just a few bucks more, my N7's whole SD card and a few TWRP's from each device and it's about full Although I could nuke the SD card backup now and free up a bunch of space.

It's a nice device, but almost too small. I'm afraid to carry it anywhere, so I put it in my zip-up earbud case since I carry them with me everywhere.
11th July 2014, 05:05 PM |#8  
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If you don't want cables or bits that plug in there's another Kingston option 'wireless card reader'

http://www.mymemory.co.uk/Memory-Car...urce=spotlight

Got one ordered just to try it out, the price seems very good for what it is.
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