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DIY a LEGO Micro SD card reader for Samsung Galaxy Tab

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14th October 2012, 09:18 PM   |  #11  
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Please repost the pictures
It sound like an interesting design. The pictures however are not visible. I googled the thread title and an alternative link also had the images missing. Please repost them if possible.
30th January 2013, 02:29 PM   |  #12  
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Storage mmc pinout solder
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how did u solder to the mmc. which pin with which cable?

good job!

i try it now with the micro usb cable..
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not bad. I will try too, I will steal to my baby a lego toools
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for us less crafty types
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A while ago, I've made one for myself. It took one usb otg cable, two lego bricks, three card-readers (couldn't find the good one), some soldering, some glue and couple hours. Here's how it looks like:

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Again, I had some time so I put a USB OTG adapter inside a lego brick to match the previous one:

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