For example you have downloaded 32GB .img file from the Internet and you burned it to your SD card by using dd command in Linux:
dd if=pi.img bs=4M|pv|dd of=/dev/mmcblk0 bs=4M
Just to mention again, it’s good to have pv command in the middle in order to track progress of the write. Continue reading “Can’t mount partition copied from image file on your SD card”
I used to have 64GB micro SDXC card in my Xperia Z2 LTE tablet, but space became inadequate so I started to think about upgrading it. I needed more storage but according to GSMArena this tablet could handle up to 64GB. I did some research and saw that there are reports of users with 128GB cards.
I decided to test it since I really needed more space. In the past I was really satisfied with Samsung EVO+ sd cards 32/64GB capacity so I decided to try 128GB one from Samsung. Continue reading “128GB Samsung Micro SDXC EVO+ works on Sony Xperia Z2 LTE Tablet”
I have bought 3 new Micro SD cards from my favorite shop on eBay and my plan is to use them predominantly with Raspberry Pi 2.
Samsung Evo+ 80MB/s 32GB for $9.69
Sandisk Ultra 48MB/s 16GB for $4.79
Toshiba 40MB/s 16GB for $4.79 Continue reading “Testing 3 MicroSD cards with Raspberry Pi 2”
Since Android lollipop update on my Xperia phone and tablet I was in desperate need for more storage space.
Earlier this year I bought Toshiba MicroSD XC 64GB card for Xperia Z2 tablet with declared speed of 40MB/s. You can find a card like this one for $23.59 with free shipping on eBay. I can recommend the following seller and their super fast delivery service: Continue reading “Good 64GB MicroSD XC cards from Toshiba and SanDisk”