Reddit Reddit reviews SanDisk MicroSD to SD Memory Card Adapter (MICROSD-Adapter), Black

We found 17 Reddit comments about SanDisk MicroSD to SD Memory Card Adapter (MICROSD-Adapter), Black. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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SanDisk MicroSD to SD Memory Card Adapter (MICROSD-Adapter), Black
Micro SD to SD card adapterBuilt-in write protection switchFor use in devices with a standard secure Digital slotSanDisk Micro SD to SD Memory Card adapterMicro SD card is for picture representational purposes only
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17 Reddit comments about SanDisk MicroSD to SD Memory Card Adapter (MICROSD-Adapter), Black:

u/rhymes_with_chicken · 7 pointsr/whatstheword

micro sd to sd adapter

Or micro sd to USB adapter, you weren't terribly specific about how you plug it in to your computer.

u/Aviyara · 5 pointsr/buildapc

[Here.] ( This is literally just an SD card with a hole in it that you put the microSD card in. It literally cannot get any smaller.

u/shrimpossible · 4 pointsr/thinkpad

Thanks for the excellent review, and I'm glad you like this machine overall.

I think the wedge-style case would bug me. I like having things more rectangular.

I hate anti-aliased text, and always turn ClearType off in Windows because of that. I like nice, sharp edges on text. :) That means that personally FHD is about as high-res as I'd want to get on a 14" screen.

Like you, I miss the ThinkLight. I think the 6-row keyboard is mostly an improvement.

How's the access for upgradability? Opening my T450 was a real pain in the butt.

I really, really miss 16:10 aspect-ratio screens. I doubt we'll see them on ThinkPads again, unfortunately.

To fill the SD card slot, I'd just get a microSD adapter like this one. Many microSD cards come with them, too.

u/Siiimo · 2 pointsr/santarosa

They are quite literally $3.80.

u/Porkpants81 · 2 pointsr/3DS

If you aren't trasnferring from the old system then the files cannot be used on the new system at all.

You don't need the MicroSD in the old system to do a transfer. You put it in the new system and it can transfer wirelessly to the new system.

To answer your question....yes you probably can dump the files onto your computer from the 4gb card, and then use the wireless transfer tool on the N3DS to copy them from your computer to the SD card in the N3DS. HOWEVER, there's no point in doing this, the files will be on the 32gb card, but won't be usable on the N3DS unless you do a real system transfer.

You can also buy the adapter for a few dollars on Amazon:

u/areilly321 · 2 pointsr/raspberry_pi

youll need an adaptor to put a micro sd in there. something like this

u/MontrealDriving · 2 pointsr/Dashcam

I'm guessing when you say "tiny" that your camera is using a microSD card?

You can read that in your computer's SD Card slot with an adapter. You don't have to shop hard for such an adapter; for less than $15 at any electronics store you can just buy a microSD card that comes with one; it'll work with any microSD card.

u/Griffnelle · 2 pointsr/3dshacks

This is the reader you need

Also yes you can do the entire process with the back open as that backplate doesn't do much but keep the micro SD card in. As long as you're not shaking the system upside down with the back off, you will be fine

u/bleddccfc · 1 pointr/raspberry_pi

I've used both Etcher and Win32imager multiple times for each OS and still no luck.

I am using this as an adapter, do you think that's the problem?

u/mydnytefantasy89 · 1 pointr/mobilerepair

Do you have a [MicroSD to USB]( SDDR-121-A11M MobileMate Micro Memory Card Reader (Red/Black) or [MicroSD to SD]( microSD to SD Memory Card Adapter (MICROSD-ADAPTER) adapter you could use? I tend to have more luck that way with recovering an external storage. Very useful to have, as well as [these]( Ultra Dual USB Drive 3.0 (SDDD2-064G-GAM46)

u/idiot_circuis_boy · 1 pointr/Cartalk

Also, on ebay I found all sorts of SD card navigation cards. But nearly all of them were microSD cards. If I bought one of those, could I just stick it in an adapter like this one and plug it in? Or do I really need an actual SD card? I'm guessing just the adapter would work.

u/the_shib · 1 pointr/linux4noobs

Thanks for your reply.

What does that command do?

The adaptor i'm using is a USB dongle:

I'm guessing the adaptor you referring to is this with the physical switch?

I can still boot into my pi just fine. Both OS's work. I'm wondering if there's something funky going on with the partitioning and hoping it's not the hardware. It's brand new stuff and I'm usually really careful with this kind of thing.

u/_pixelheart · 1 pointr/3dshacks

Get and adaptor for your micro sd card then just pop it into your OG 3ds.

u/MichaelNevermore · 1 pointr/Breath_of_the_Wild

Nope, I just pulled the microSD card out of the Switch, popped into into my laptop using one of these, and all your pictures and videos are there organized by date and time. You can upload them straight to reddit.

u/random12356622 · 1 pointr/Dashcam
  • Remove the Micro SD card

  • Put Micro SD card into Micro SD card to USB adapter or Micro SD card reader

  • Put adapter into USB slot, or Put Micro SD card reader into SD slot (printer or laptop would have slot.)

  • Access Micro SD card like it was a hard drive.
u/smokehidesstars · 0 pointsr/buildapc

Something like this, I guess?

It's the size of a normal SD card, no added length. If a normal SD card sticks out, you're probably SOL on finding a smaller one.