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eMMC Module C4 Linux (Orange Box)

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$18.45
$13.95
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Don't Forget Your eMMC Reader!

This eMMC comes preinstalled with an OS. However, if you wish to back up this eMMC to your computer or write a new OS image to it, you'll need a way to hook it up to another computer with one of the two following solutions:

KEY FEATURES

  • Pre-installed Linux for ODROID-C4
  • Ready-to-run

Does not include USB to Micro-SD reader - picture for illustration purposes only

COMPATIBILITY

  • ODROID-C4
  • Reimaging required for use with other eMMC-compatible SBC
  • Not compatible with other ODROID models without reimaging

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

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kriswy
Nice card but choose a proper writer

This emmc module is really nice. nothing to complain about.

However, i do noticed that it's giving my sandisk/lexar card readers a hard time with that sd card shared emmc adapter ($3.95 one). I don't have problem with ameridroid's white emmc. So my take is that this orange one draws higher current, and not every card reader can supply it. Buy a proper adapter for this emmc.

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Jp
Works - No Reboot Issues

I bought this because of reboot issues with Ubuntu Minimal images on a microSD card. This came with Ubuntu Mate, which I backed then wrote the Ubuntu Minimal image using the eMMC to microSD adapter. I no longer have reboot issues.

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