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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
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.
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
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.
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.
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 don't know if links are allowed,but I bought one of these. Not this exact one but similar.
I just plug it into my android phone and there are all the files to copy and play for the cop.
Get a micro sd to usb type c adapter but I can’t guarantee if it would work
Here is one I found online: Amazon
Something like this would work on the Pixel 3, right? If so, if it were to be inserted in the phone, would the phone be able to read data on it, write data, or both?
Not a hub, but found something that will suit my needs! Sharing in case relevant to others. https://www.amazon.com/Anker-Reader-Memory-RS-MMC-Micro/dp/B07NW8RPYN/ref=sr_1_3?crid=2FIFWKY72C5CU&keywords=usb+c+sd+card+reader&qid=1577662241&sprefix=Usb+c+so+%2Caps%2C184&sr=8-3
I have a Pixel 3 (not XL) and just bought the Anker 2-in-1 card reader, and it does not work. I try to switch what controls the device (USB to phone) but the phone cannot switch it over.
This is worth it for $17 USD so much faster than the app.
Anker SD Card Reader, 2-in-1 USB C Memory Card Reader
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.
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I use this with my pixel 5, works great https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07NW8RPYN/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_DGDRSD1RH31F4CBXP006
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.
I don't know. I just carry one of these just in case
Unfortunately we're stuck with what we got.
This works well for me along with my 512GB Samsung SD card.
Anker has a really good option available on Amazon here
Thank you for the reply. I looked on Amazon, I believe I found the right items. If I got the following two items, you believe I'd be good to go?
It’s very unlikely that it would corrupt the data, but does the GoPro give you access to the full SD card? It’s possible that it just lets you access the Go Pro’s folder
Honestly USB SD card readers are pretty cheap and might be worth getting to have around. If you have a USB-C MacBook then this Anker one is a pretty good choice. You could also probably find a cheaper one if you shop around.
MacOS also makes it a little more complicated to transfer the Switch’s SD card data. Here is a guide
Also, your progress in games is only stored in the internal storage. The only thing you could possibly lose are game downloads and screenshots/videos. Games can be redownloaded if needed. Screenshots/videos can be copied to the internal storage
Edit: I forgot to mention that there is an option to transfer game downloads to the internal storage. You could do that then then transfer them again to the new SD card. You’ll just need to shut the Switch down every time you swap SD cards
I bought this Anker USB c card reader for my Pixel 3, thinking id be able to take my SD card out of the camera and open it on my phone and view the pictures, but my phone requires my card to be reformatted to work and when I put it back in the camera (Lumix G85), the camera requires the card to be reformatted as well. So I don't understand how I can use this, can someone please explain how this works? Some people in the Amazon reviews claim it's possible
Amazon review says it works for viewing pictures from a DSLR after a reformat, but if I reformat it wipes all the pictures so I don't see the point.
I get this message on my phone
Thanks for anyone who can answer this for me. I'm using SanDisk extreme 128gb SD and extreme 64gb micro SD, and they both don't work unless being reformatted. However, I have an cheap old 8gb sd (4mb/s) in a point and shoot that works fine! It opens without a reformat and I see all the pictures on it, so that's weird, but I know the card reader works at least.
Gotcha. I got a micro SD installed on my wii using the ad card card adapter already. Would it be cheaper to buy a hard drive or to go the micro SD card route with this