Can I do this... (sd card adapter question)

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User Info: Neonet1

Neonet1
1 year ago#1
Can I remove the sd card from a dual slot microsd card to ms pro duo adapter and pit it into a microsd to usb adapter and trasnfer games that way? For clarification, I only used one sd card in the dual adapter.
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User Info: Zero_Maniac

Zero_Maniac
1 year ago#2
I think so. The adapter itself doesn't story any data, so it should all be on that single MicroSD card. It might be a problem if you had two in there, since I don't know how it distributes data between both cards, but since you only had one in there it should be fine.
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User Info: dancer62

dancer62
1 year ago#3
The microSD cards in a dual adapter are formatted as a distributed array. You can't use the cards individually.

You can read/write the unit in a ProDuo card reader, but not as individual microSDs.

Since, in your case, you only formatted one card in the adapter, I don't know. Let us know if it works.
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User Info: BigBoct

BigBoct
1 year ago#4
I think if you only formatted one card in the adapter, it will work. Just make sure you put it back in the same slot.

EDIT: Possibly stupid question. What's stopping you from reading the stick via the PSP by using USB Connection mode?
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User Info: Kanon209

Kanon209
1 year ago#5
May i ask another question about this same topic... Guys can i use a adapter with two 64gb sd cards on a psp 3000 ?

User Info: Zero_Maniac

Zero_Maniac
1 year ago#6
Kanon209 posted...
May i ask another question about this same topic... Guys can i use a adapter with two 64gb sd cards on a psp 3000 ?

Yep. Pretty sure PSP supports up to 2TB, but starts getting serious index lag after 128GB.
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User Info: Neonet1

Neonet1
1 year ago#7
Update: it worked

EDIT: Possibly stupid question. What's stopping you from reading the stick via the PSP by using USB Connection mode?


When I was asking the question I wasn't in possesion of a mini usb to usb cable and I wanted to transfer data to my laptop. Also, I wanted to know in general if it worked for example if I wanted to transfer data to my phone via sd card slot.
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