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Transcend USB3.1 microSD Adapter

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Recommended USB adapter for reading/writing images onto microSD and eMMC modules.

Engineered to deliver super fast data transfer speeds, the RDF5 USB 3.1 card reader features a SuperSpeed USB 3.1 interface and support for next-generation Ultra High Speed SDHC/SDXC and microSDHC/SDXC cards. Capable of being plugged directly into the USB port on any computer, the ultra compact RDF5 offers an easy way to transfer files or images between computers.

KEY FEATURES

  • SuperSpeed USB 3.1 interface (backwards compatible with USB 3.0, 2.0, 1.1 and 1.0)
  • Supports: SDHC (UHS-1), SDXC (UHS-1), microSD, microSDHC (UHS-1), and microSDXC (UHS-1)
  • LED card insertion and data transfer indicator
  • Two-year limited warranty
  • Dimensions: 2.2 x 1.0 x 0.3 in (56 x 24 x 9 mm)
  • Weight: 0.63oz (18g)

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Warranty is valid for two weeks, starting upon date of receipt.

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Transcend USB3.1 microSD Adapter - Thumbs Up

I bought an N2+ a few months back and had some issues installing Coreelec on an EMMC chip. I tried the the straight up micro-sd to EMMC adapter plugged into an sd adapter on my Sony Vaio Flip 14, and the laptop was having none of it.

I was able to install Coreelec with a usb on-the-go cord and some commands that essentially recognized the N2+ as a usb drive. I was able to get the N2+ to run Coreelec on my TV. However, being a 'hack" hacker, was never sure if the Coreelec configuration issues I was running into were normal or due to some user input errors during the OS install.

Fast forward to the Transcend USB2.1 microSD Adapter. The Coreelec install went like a breeze and I'm up and running Youtube and several EU movie apps no problem. I'm not sure if the USB interface gets to the "hidden" EMMC file, or if there even is such a file, but that's an issue for another day.

Of course, Ameridroid's customer service was great and the seriously sour candy they send along with the hardware is a nice touch.

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