This is my favorite representation of a TB.
I'm lucky enough to have a phone with a micro sd card. I just take that and use usb c adapter like this https://www.amazon.com/Anker-Reader-Memory-RS-MMC-Micro/dp/B07NW8RPYN/ straight into the phone.
Then I set Google photos to back up that folder and leave it
Edit: I also do this with my dslr camera's memory cards
Sometimes that can be caused by an underpowered USB drive - including the one they give you with the car (if you have a mid-2020 or newer). I used to have the same issue... or worse, the car would just choose to turn off the dashcam halfway through my commute.
I read on another post here (and I can confirm that this did solve the issues I was having), if you get a microSD card reader and a fast microSD card (should be U3/V30 or higher), you might have better luck. Worst case, if it doesn't change anything, you can just return it.
I'm not shilling products and those are not affiliate links. You can get any good USB card reader and any microSD card brand you want. Those are just the ones I use and I have had zero issues since I started using them.
Pretty sure this is the one everyone recommends and use including myself
I use the hori Nintendo switch controller ($25) and works perfectly (most of the time)
A cheap card reader is <$10 and will work with any computer with a USB port.
Micro and regular SD:
I bought something like this, the camera's memory card slots in the side and as well as the usual USB for the computer, there's a type C that plugs straight into my phone so I can transfer the pictures straight across. I'd imagine they do a similar thing for iPhones or phones with a micro USB port, too.
Great picture, it would be nice to see it in all it's glory when you figure the camera out.
Not a single issue after using this.
SanDisk - SDDR-B531-GN6NN MobileMate USB 3.0 microSD Card Reader - SDDR-B531-GN6NN Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07G5JV2B5/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_GMJJB9ATCBC7X4A19JQT
This will burn out in about 2 months max. You might be able to reformat it and have it work for another few weeks if you’re lucky.
Source: I had one. Because low profile is cool.
Get yourself one of these and a proper dashcam MicroSD card. Been working like a champ for several months since.
I use an Anker SD card reader , it just looks like a USB stick. Plugs into my phone and I pop in the SD card, look at and transfer pics, then clear it and put it back in the trail camera all while I'm in the field. My phone is an android though, Samsung S9.
if you didn't change anything else, I doubt going from 5 to 6.4 minimum would cause any problems. maybe just a bad night, see if it happens again.
if you have oscar loaded on your pc, you need some way to read the SD card. some computers came with a built in reader, or you can buy one that plugs into your usb port:
from there, with the 'cpap importer' icon, it'll find the data and read it
are you talking about one of these? I was thinking the micro sd reader on your printer was faulty. if it’s just the adapter for the PC side you can use any USB to micro sd.
Yes, there are USB Sticks that can encompass a micro-sd and fullsize SD Slot. With usb-A and Usb-C in the Same chassis.
A example of a USB SD Adapter: https://www.amazon.de/-/en/Vanja-Reader-Adapter-Memory-RS-MMC/dp/B00W02VHM6/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=SD+Adapter&qid=1621586566&sr=8-3
Found this post in a search because I am worried about off-brand ones as well. Is this the apple one you got?
So I got another card readerNow read speed is up to 75mbs and write to 25mbs. That’s fast enough for starting cad software in reasonable time
Don't worry, I've already been there. Here you go!
This will help with that.
If you're able to see the card while the camera is plugged in, sure, I don't see why a function of the camera would be bad.
However, I would invest in a sd card reader. A decent USB 3.0 card reader is ~$10. Not sure what your budget looks like, but it would be a great investment. Transfer speeds are generally much faster.
I might get in trouble for posting this, but here is an example card reader [I HAVE NO AFFILIATION IS AMAZON OR THIS SELLER] : https://www.amazon.com/Anker-Portable-Reader-RS-MMC-Micro/dp/B006T9B6R2/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1502369838&sr=8-3&keywords=usb+3+sd+card+reader
Back when I used an angled adapter, this is exactly the Amazon entry that I ordered from. It even says "You purchased this item on April 20, 2018." at the top, but I digress. Definitely sounds like they sent you the wrong adapter! I'd contact them for a return/replacement.
And personally, I'd recommend the Inateck OTG over the angled adapter, but its shortcoming is that you have to use its included power cable instead. And the power cable is just over 1 foot long. I was using a USB extension cable for awhile, but I found that I'd get random power downs and black screens, so now I just deal with having the Classic right next to the power bar.
But with the angled adapter, which I gave up on after a month and a half, had a tendency to get nudged just the slightest bit and then lose the data connection. It was an annoyance. Other people I know don't have that issue, but I wasn't alone.
You need a USB adapter that supports 1 Bit mode. The transcend USB adapter, https://www.amazon.com/Transcend-TS-RDF5K-microSDHC-Reader-Black/dp/B009D79VH4
This will work. I use this for every console. No issues
SSD still seems unnecessary to me. I have this tiny combo in both Model 3s and they work great.
SanDisk MobileMate USB 3.0... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07G5JV2B5
SanDisk 128GB High Endurance Video MicroSDXC Card https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07NY23WBG/
If you use a microSD to Memory Stick Pro Duo Adapter, just get a microSD card reader that has USB-C and plug it into any modern Android phone/tablet and download the update onto the card.
I use this one for most things https://www.amazon.ca/UGREEN-Reader-Adapter-Portable-Windows/dp/B07D1J88CF/ref=sr_1_7?dchild=1&keywords=usb-c+card+reader&qid=1597086517&sr=8-7
Haven’t tried yet since I’m still waiting on delivery, but from a previous video I watched, this was highly recommended: SanDisk MobileMate USB 3.0 microSD Card Reader - SDDR-B531-GN6NN https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07G5JV2B5/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_B0NfFbWF2FAJQ
Getting one for myself since it seems like a simple adapter that’ll do the trick.
Yeah I have a problem with a camera that keeps restarting if I plug it in to my computer, so I just got this USB microSD reader which is convenient. This is the one
I would recommend picking one of these up! You can instantly copy the photo/vids over. (I don’t use either of these specific links, so please do your research)
Unless you know the speed exactly then it would be better off to exceed it on the stick so at least you know there's no bottleneck there. Also I transfer large collections of music ~25 gigs and each time I do I pull out the micro sd and put it into usb 3 reader where the card is the bottleneck even at 90 MB/s. Not to mention your future phone might be able to read/write much higher which future proofs it a little. It's a 10$ difference for a lot of advantages.
I'm actually not even a photographer or have any sort of specialized job that has me requiring SD/microSD cards (so as far as I know, I don't really have any sort of converter like that lying around). Not even that much of a PC gamer either! I just figured I would buy the Best Buy Extreme Plus 128 micro since it's apparently extremely fast (and may have a higher resale value, too, than the Ultra Plus 256 micro that Best Buy also has).
Thanks for the suggestion! Also saw this Transcent on Amazon.ca too, priced quite a bit lower: https://www.amazon.ca/Transcend-Information-Card-Reader-TS-RDF5K/dp/B009D79VH4/
Sorry to bother you again Just to make sure, is this an SD otg? And then i have to buy an USB stick and nothing more right?
Canon has an app that will transfer images to my phone using WiFi, but it only transfers .jpg files. Even if your camera is set to shoot raw only. I guess it converts the file. I want to edit the raw files so I ended up getting an Anker card reader that connects to the phones usb-c port. Fits SD and micro SD cards
https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B006T9B6R2/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o09_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 is the sd card reader I use, works perfectly fine with the Samsung EVO Select and Sandisk Ultra microsds I prefer for my handhelds and other devices.
I used to have a mini SD to sd adapter, and the mini SD card always got stuck in the adapter.
At the beginning I used my teeth to get them out, and later did it with tweezers because it was much easier. In doing so, I damaged and broke the card.
Therefore, don't get it out with tweezers!
I would contact the seller first, since their sold product doesn't function properly, not letting go of the micro sd card again.
If you're stuck solving it on your own, I'd dismantle the reader to get the card out.
Personally, I've been using this cardreader for a few years now without issues:
(though it sometimes gets a little warm under heavy use)
Another option is a SD card reader that has a unique GUID. I have been using this one successfully for a while now an no problems:
An advantage of an SD card reader is you can change out the cards at will without having to swap licenses since it's tied to the GUID of the reader.
But as others have said, a quality smaller USB2 flash drive is the recommended way to go
You will need a card reader of some sort -- if your computer doesn't have an SD card slot.
Amazon, Best Buy ... everyone that sells SD cards probably sells readers too.
Simplest out of the way install is a long Mini-USB cable to your accessory, routed around the weather stripping. That's all you really need for it. You could get the GPS mount if you want, but that's only if you need your location and speed burned into the video.
Actually, the newer Vantrue N2S is probably a better deal. It comes with a GPS mount, and uses the more common USB-C, and the Micro SD card is more accessible.
You'll want a couple 256GB Micro SD cards, so you can swap them out.
I also picked up one of these...
This way, I could transfer the card contents to my hard drive without having to bring in the camera.
I know it seems like a lot to set up, but once you have your system down, it's really pretty easy to do. I haven't driven Uber since lockdowns started, but I still keep my camera going. I no longer save all my video since I'm not rideshare driving, but it's still nice to have a camera incase something happens.
Pickup this and view the content on your computer - https://smile.amazon.com/UGREEN-Reader-Adapter-Portable-Windows/dp/B07D1J88CF/ref=sr_1_8?crid=1VNYV499M09IN&keywords=micro+sd+usb+adapter&qid=1659406226&sprefix=microsd+usb+adapte%2Caps%2C102&sr=8-8
I did test it using h2testw and it came back with full capacity. My read/write speed was lower than the nameplate at around 80 MB/s but it could have been my reader. I used this one:
I usually get better results using a USB SD adapter to view the files on the computer. My personal experience with plugging the camera itself to the computer with the USB cable is hit or miss.
Something like this:
My newest dashcam even came with one in the box.
You can get a usb card reader for less than $10. https://www.amazon.com/Vanja-Adapter-Portable-Memory-Reader/dp/B00W02VHM6/ref=sr_1_4?crid=3HKCFRFAP7RK&keywords=usb+micro+sd+card+reader&qid=1654784190&sprefix=Usb+micro+sd%2Caps%2C155&sr=8-4
Assuming you are on Android, try this USB type-c SD card reader by Anker. It's tiny and quick. I use it with my X-T20 and Pixel 3.
Echoing what others say about the app being buggy and slow.
I have one of these. Super cheap and works great. I can't stand doing the wireless transfers.
This is what I used to test it. I didn't get through the install process because that PC can't run Windows 11, but it did boot to the installer.
I use one of these.
You have to take the card out of the drone... but it's faster:
Just buy something like that if you're so concerned. or a USB-C ssd. Micro SD isn't going to be on any future models either, and 2 year old hardware will need to be replaced faster.
The cards used to come with an adapter but I noticed that a lot of them don't anymore.
You can buy card readers that have slots for the micro sd cards without needing an adapter.
Here is a cheap one
Vanja Micro USB OTG Adapter and USB 2.0 Portable Memory Card Reader for SD-3C SDXC SDHC MMC RS-MMC Micro SDXC Micro SD Micro SDHC Card and UHS-I Cards https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B00W02VHM6/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_i_KSDX78SAHCJ2PJ753YGJ
The cards don't last forever and are subject to failure. I back up my photos online and replace the card every so often, usually when a larger capacity card comes out and the prices come down.
No, sorry. I mean a Micro SD Card you'd use in your Android phone or on the Nintendo Switch. Then put it in a MicroSD to USB adapter and plug it into the back of the Wii U. I think mine is 128 gb which is more than enough; I have a 512 gb in my Switch, though.
Yeah, I had the same problem. App is only good for fiddling around in the moment.
If you are an apple user. Try this apple sd card reader.
If you are an android user try one for them.
Just pop your micro sd into the adapter and you can view files instantly. Save what you want to your phone and pop the card right back in.
If you have an apple I suggest the apple sd card reader.I put in my sd card adapter for my micro sd and can view footage straight away.
For android I try one of there card readers. Something like this. Same thing just a nice plug and play.
Can’t answer the parking mode question for you there.
Hey all, I'm having trouble getting my memory card set up to support my dash cam, and thought y'all might have the answer.
When I plug in the USB-C SD card reader I bought, which has an SD card inserted, the Tesla HUD says "Plug in only one USB drive to format". Is there some secret USB card somewhere? I haven't inserted any card anywhere else. I read that card readers with multiple ports might cause this problem — is that true?
Seemed odd because I bought this card reader after seeing it specifically recommended in some other Reddit threads here.
Most of the creality printers take micro sd cards. These are a pretty standard size and should be available many places.
Not many come with a USB adaptor but you can get a decent SanDisk one for about $10 (depending on where you are might be cheaper).
I've been using one of these for the past few years and it's never missed a beat
So I was at the step where you put create the boot9strap folder on the root of the SD card and copy the two files over but when I opened the boot9strap folder this file was already in it.
I'm using this sd reader. a friend of mine said this is what they used and some of the reviews said they used it to hack their 3ds. I've tried looking up the file name but I haven't been able to find anything about it so I haven't continued yet
You just download the program Oscar, run the installer, setup a profile. And yep just a regular SD card, install it into your machine and it'll record the data...
I use my desktop and a usb card reader like this one:
You can login on the browser and download I think? Or the easiest method would be to just buy a $10 SD to USB converter on Amazon…
Anker 2-in-1 USB 3.0 SD Card Reader for SDXC, SDHC, SD, MMC, RS-MMC, Micro SDXC, Micro SD, Micro SDHC Card and UHS-I Cards https://www.amazon.com/dp/B006T9B6R2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_87P683JJR8JMBYBVW29K
That's almost certainly going to be cheaper than buying a DSi on up though.
I did see a DSi for $10 on eBay but it's unlikely to have Four Swords.
no you need an sd card reader, if your pc doesn't have one you can get something like this I use one similar
I have been an Anker fan for a long time, and I'd agree they have a fantastic reputation for a reason. That said, I've got 2 of the ugreen model now and they've both been rock solid, the first has been a daily carry since 4/2019, caps still stay on in my pocket, no loose ports etc. And no, I don't get any revenue or benefit from either company for promotion.
Also worth mentioning albeit not a USB C device OP is looking for is this Rocketek Aluminum USB 3.0 Portable Memory Card Reader Adapter for Micro SD Card/TF Card Reader Adapter https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XTQZS4F/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_85PBH1V0QNY9EQYMF521?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Much smaller device and among the fastest of my multiple SD USB adapter purchases. Couple with something like this USB type C to type A adapter , it would be a viable option for OP. Syntech USB C to USB Adapter Pack of 2 USB C Male to USB3 Female Adapter Compatible with MacBook Pro 2021 iMac iPad Mini 6/Pro MacBook Air 2020 and Other Type C or Thunderbolt 4/3 Devices Space Grey https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07CVX3516/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_TNHRX5E3J45FT4S3JT8F?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I've been using this one by Anker.
I'd recommend it about as much as the UGREEN one. The UGREEN one has more features for a slightly lower price, but I don't think it's as well-known and trusted of a brand as Anker. That being said, I've bought a few UGREEN products and they've all been decent.
I'm a big fan of this one, I keep a 512GB MicroSD in it and carry it daily for work. Close to 100MB/S real world transfer speeds to a Samsung EVO select card.
UGREEN SD Card Reader USB 3.0 Type C OTG Memory Card Adapter Portable 2 Slots for TF SD Micro SD SDXC SDHC MMC RS-MMC Micro SDXC Micro SDHC UHS-I for MacOS Windows Linux PC Laptop Smartphone https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07D1J88CF/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_Z3JPRJ2CZ4QP75AHX0Q9?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I have an anker one that I love. No issues with it.
Anker 2-in-1 USB 3.0 SD Card Reader for SDXC, SDHC, SD, MMC, RS-MMC, Micro SDXC, Micro SD, Micro SDHC Card and UHS-I Cards https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B006T9B6R2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_KVFZPY0H9WYV33YR6REV
+1 For the SanDisk Endurance series. I've had one for 2+ years now with no issues. Constant use with TeslaCam and Sentry Mode, 100+ degree CA heat.
I use the Rocketek adapter, very small and unobtrusive: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XTQZS4F
The external drive I've been using is the Anker 2-in-1 USB 3.0 SD Card Reader for SDXC, SDHC, SD, MMC, RS-MMC, Micro SDXC, Micro SD, Micro SDHC Card and UHS-I Cards. It's cheap but plenty fast.
I have an internal one, too, but it's a 3½ inch one. I wanted a 5¼ inch one but couldn't find one that looked good. So many of them were USB 2.0 readers, and some would fool you because they have a USB 3.0 port so you're thinking "oh, it must be a 3.0 reader," but it would still be a 2.0 reader. Hope you have better luck than I did.
You can use a USB 3.0 drive in a 2.0 slot if you’re not able to locate a 2.0 drive. Heat is the reason why 3.0 drives are not recommended, but they don’t get hot when operating at 2.0.
Alternatively you can pick up a USB Card reader (as long as it has a unique GUID) and use a microSD card or SD card. This makes it extremely easy to swap drives in case of a failure as the GUID is provided by the reader and not the storage device. I am using the below from Anker, and heat is not an issue at all.
Anker 2-in-1 USB 3.0 SD Card Reader for SDXC, SDHC, SD, MMC, RS-MMC, Micro SDXC, Micro SD, Micro SDHC Card and UHS-I Cards https://www.amazon.com/dp/B006T9B6R2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_5JBXQ5M1HJT5SFZY73T7?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
OK, cool... so you can use the Ricoh app to transfer pics wirelessly. It's a little wonky, but does seem to work. I have had better luck with the lighting to card reader dongle as it doesn't signal to your iPad a specific power need. I realize this doesn't explain the power/voltage issue, but I think a couple of the other posts have covered that.
sometimes people have treatment emergent central apneas that fade with time. usually over a few weeks, so I'd think this was the tweaks the doctor made remotely (which is what they are supposed to do, so it's good).
just get a sd card reader:
(just an example, there are many)
.arw is a Sony raw format, raw means it has larger file sizes and more ability to make drastic editing to the colors, highlights, and shadows. You can change the camera to shoot .jpg files which your Chromebook will readily recognize. You can also set it to shoot RAW+JPEG. If you want to simply extract or convert your existing .arw files to the more universal .jpg files, that is relatively easy.
As for a replacement computer, you should list a budget. A new $3000 Macbook Pro would be excellent, and has an SD reader built in, but I suspect that's not in your budget. There are many decent Windows laptops from manufacturers like Acer, HP, Dell, etc. in the $400-600 range.
As for an SD reader, most of them work just great, just pick any with a few thousand Amazon reviews and 4.5+ stars. If you're completely indecisive, just get this one: https://www.amazon.com/Anker-Portable-Reader-RS-MMC-Micro/dp/B006T9B6R2/
SanDisk - SDDR-B531-GN6NN MobileMate USB 3.0 microSD Card Reader - SDDR-B531-GN6NN Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07G5JV2B5/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_4N3SNR3G0HEC4BXG6Y98?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
SanDisk 128GB High Endurance Video MicroSDXC Card with Adapter for Dash Cam and Home Monitoring systems - C10, U3, V30, 4K UHD, Micro SD Card - SDSQQNR-128G-GN6IA https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07NY23WBG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_P3ZJ0Y1QFG8S9STRG5TK?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Looks like you've already tried. Do not try to modify the school hardware that has been assigned to you.
Instead, if you want to use Micro SD cards on this for some reason, just get a ~$10 Micro SD USB plug, like this, and use it in that available, presumably functional USB port.
Cool about the microSD.
Month or so ago I bought a USB microSD reader SanDisk - SDDR-B531-GN6NN MobileMate USB 3.0 microSD Card Reader - SDDR-B531-GN6NN Black and I had a Samsung PRO Endurance 64GB 100MB/s (U1) MicroSDXC Memory Card with Adapter (MB-MJ64GA/AM) to test an Arch install but never got around to it. I'll update when I do.
Gotta grab your own storage of course and since I had plenty of 32GB MicroSD cards I decided to use that instead of a USB drive. Wanting to stay pretty compact I went with this and one of my cards. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07G5JV2B5/
Here is a sd card reader on amazon https://www.amazon.com/Anker-Portable-Reader-RS-MMC-Micro/dp/B006T9B6R2/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=sd+card+reader&qid=1633306388&sr=8-3
Normally there is a slot that a sd card would fit into on your pc, and is labeled with the sd card logo.
My issue was that formatting using the car’s format button didn’t allow sentry/dashcam to work. This is the usb card dongle I use with my high endurance card. SanDisk - SDDR-B531-GN6NN... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07G5JV2B5
I replaced the USB flash drive that came with the card (located in the glove box) with the SanDisk card you mention above along with this adapter SanDisk - SDDR-B531-GN6NN... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07G5JV2B5?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
Funny.. this is the key "ornament" on attached to my car key. Easily plugs into my Android phone after inserting the SD from my dash cam for quick transfers.
Edit: forgot to insert link
I advise getting an external memory card reader for your phone like this one, so that you can copy the recording as soon as you're sure you've safely shut off the camera.
Anker SD card reader: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B006T9B6R2/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_Z4ZJNVP2WX4YFZ17Q4B8?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Sandisk 128GB SD card: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07YFGG1SD/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_RSX6TR14F9MM0Y105A93?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Super cheap and been flawless so far (🤞)
Anker 2-in-1 USB 3.0 SD Card Reader for SDXC, SDHC, SD, MMC, RS-MMC, Micro SDXC, Micro SD, Micro SDHC Card and UHS-I Cards https://www.amazon.com/dp/B006T9B6R2/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_VWVR2V85S4AFKDJ5PKVJ?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Smallest SD card reader that i recommend. I purchased this use for my aya neo pro when it arrives. Currently using it with my gpd win 3 to expand storage.
Buy a phone to SD card reading adapter. Never put the SD card from your dash cam directly into your phone.
I got this one ^
I use this one for my laptop since it doesn't have a slot built in and works great and not very expensive
All new Teslas come with a flash drive in the glove box to use with Sentry Mode.
You will find two groups on recommendations for the memory to record on for Tesla dashcam and Sentry Mode. One group recommends SSDs because they can definitely take a bunch of write cycles and are fast.
But I and many others recommend and have been using for many years a microSD card that is "endurance" rated asking with a USB 3 to microSD adapter. The endurance rated microSD cards are fast enough to handle the 4 cameras recording at the same time, they are small and power efficient, they are rated for many weeks cycles (the "endurance" rating means they are meant for continuous video recording like in security cameras), they have better temperature ratings, and some have great warranties. For example, the ones I use and recommend are the SanDisk Max Endurance that have a 15 year warranty, and it's always a good idea to get the biggest capacity you can because it will last longer https://shop.westerndigital.com/products/memory-cards/sandisk-max-endurance-uhs-i-microsd#SDSQQVR-256G-AN6IA. For the microSD to USB adapter, I use and recommend this one https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XTQZS4F/, but you can get some that also have a USB-C or Lightning connector so you can plug then into your smartphone (in case you need to access or share the video with someone).
Just don't use a regular USB flash drive because a lot of them are meant for occasional use and the continuous writing from a dashcam will wear out the memory and give you errors or not record when you need it.
I don't know how well this works on an iphone.
The videos from my trailcam also don't work at all natively on my Android phone. I can watch them with VLC, but need to use a video converter app before I can share them with others.
Here's the app I use: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.inverseai.video_converter
You can use it for free or pay $20 to get rid of ads.
I've had one of these little $10 Transcend ones for like 5 years and it has been fast and reliable. I like that it has both an SD and microSD socket, because I've problems with microSD-SD adapters and it's nice to be able to ground-truth the microSD itself.
I think there are faster USB adapters available now, these do max out at about 100Mb/s.
I really like this one. SanDisk - SDDR-B531-GN6NN MobileMate USB 3.0 microSD Card Reader - SDDR-B531-GN6NN Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07G5JV2B5/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_WYSZF58K25V0JETYKQT6?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
If you download the video from the app they are compressed mate, I advice you to but one of this (https://www.amazon.it/dp/B07G5JV2B5/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_i_11MVVY6T40W8V7PWGZ5K) and put the micro SD directly in the windows system
Edit: this is the way I use
Is this a good USB 3.0 reader? https://smile.amazon.com/SanDisk-MobileMate-microSD-Card-Reader/dp/B07G5JV2B5/ref=sr\_1\_4?dchild=1&keywords=usb+3.0+micro+sd+card+reader&qid=1625157166&sr=8-4
Flash drives in general: They won't harm the Wii U, but since flash memory has limited writes, eventually the drive may die and you will lose all the installed games -- and more importantly, their save data. I wouldn't worry about it failing too too much, but yeah, you would want to make more regular backups of the save data you care about.
Micro SD cards: Yeah there's nothing really unsafe. Use a name-brand USB adapter if you want, like Anker or SanDisk. The adapter might get hot since it can't disperse heat as well. Hot enough to be uncomfortable to touch, but not enough to be dangerous to anything.
After trying a few supposedly compatible options I found the following after a YouTube recommendation from Reddit.
Both have been spot on since day 1.
However I think the m3 2021 comes with a "USB in the glovebox" (but this might just be the USB port not the actual stick, you'll need to research it) . 👍
If you have USB ports maybe look at a micro so card adapter/dongle
I think this is the one I bought when I got my sd card:
Ditch that and find one of these:
I use this for storage via the SD port (currently 32GB), and then the additional USB ports for extra controllers.
I did also buy a USB/wifi dongle, but never bothered trying to get it to work so won't opine on that.
There's a bit of trial and error though as not all of these hubs work as expected, but I did buy two when they were still available on AMZN and both worked fine.
You can also get an sd card reader and store them locally as well.
Something like this I’m not affiliated just did a quick search.
Apple Lightning to SD Card Camera Reader https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0198HIF7K/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_Z6SQNDA0CSTQWVF8FQKP
I use this https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XTQZS4F/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 with a 128g quality micro sd. And either true crypt or vera crypt to encrypt the sd card. Will be moving to a 256g as the database grows.
I've never timed it but I have the VIOFO A129 Pro and a 375 MB file (1 minute recording time at max bitrate) takes less than 30 seconds. That's just a guess though but I've never felt that it was painfully slow. And I've only done that when I capture something on a morning commute (locked file so easy to find) and want to show a coworker.
Otherwise I remove the card and load all the files (remember I'm using 1 minute loops) into a VLC Playlist on my desktop pc that's connected to a 4k TV.
I just got this USB card reader that can plug into my phone via USB C. It shows up as an external drive and makes it more convenient than using wifi to view or copy a lot of files. The camera included a card reader but this seems a faster from my limited testing. I'm averaging about 80 Mbps.
UGREEN SD Card Reader USB Type C USB 3.0 OTG Memory Card Adapter
Can you format the card in the device (camera or whatever) that you intend to use it in? Maybe once you get a good format, it will be all set after that.
If by "press button" you mean that you are already trying to format the card in the device, then maybe try it on your computer. My Legion didn't come with a card reader, so I bought this Anker reader which is working perfectly for me: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006T9B6R2/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I guess, as with any electronics, that it could simply be a bad card.
Good luck with it!
Booting was never a problem. Just speed if the system and launching programs was slow. Solved it but using another reader
Yes yes :D
Problem was “that MicroSD Card Reader”. Seams like they don’t ship nice readers for GC ode transferring purposes 😅
Bought another card reader and it’s working fine!
Much much faster now
I personally recommend this one:
It out performs most of the name brand ones I've used, at half the price. Bonus for being about as big as a usb stick.
Never used time machine and only my sister has a Mac. I just use synology drive to handle that machine. They mostly just back up pictures of the kids. If your family is actively using the files and they want more storage than what is available on their local machines, then a local NAS will do the trick. Any of the cheaper NAS should work as well. The more expensive models only come in handy if they will be running plex, docker, surveillance station, etc. If it was me, maybe go with something within the middle of their line up, a DS218 or DS218play. As for the SD Card, I have one of these and it has served me well...
LumaFusion and a lightning sd card reader
It’s all you need