CTCstore 6-in-1 USB 2.0 High Speed Memory Card Reader Writer for SD SDHC MiniSD MiniSDHC MMC rsMMC
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- Compatible with USB 1.1 or USB 2.0 Specification
- No USB wire required, simple operation and portability, super slim and pocket size
- Reads/Writes SD, SDHC, MMC, rsMMC
- Also reads/writes Transflash, MiniSD, MiniSDHC, microSD, microMMC using SD adapter (not included)
- LED indicator for power and access
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I'm on Verizon's network. Not sure how your phone's operating system will work with SD/SDHC cards, but if you have a Verizon phone and need help transferring music to your phone with this product, what you'll need to do is, first, put your card in your phone (you may need to format the card), then your phone should automatically create folders. With newly created folders, put your microSDHC into your adapter, then into the card reader/writer, then into your computer. Sync the songs you want (I used Windows Media Player 10), then your card should have another folder called, "Music." Open two windows, one to view the folders on your SDHC card, and one to select the songs that you just synced to your SDHC card. Then move the selected songs from the "Music" folder to the "my_music" folder (the folder your phone created) and your phone should be able to add the songs to your library next time you select "Manage Music" or "My Music" from your "Get It Now" or "Media" menu. If you don't move the songs from the "Music" folder to the "my_music" folder, then you'll have songs on your phone that your phone won't access. My phone won't simply read mp3s or wma files by just transferring music by copying and paste. I have to sync the songs using WMP10 (it then reconverts the files before syncing). I hope that helps.
Of course I have inserted a SD card and tried to remove it reinsert it but the same message comes out. I've tried it on two different OS, Windows XP & Vista and same result.
I thought may be it does not like my SD card to found a different SD card but same result (one was 4 GB and another was 1 GB).
The LED on the reader stays red when its inserted in the USB port. I have not seen any other color. Based on these experiments I have concluded that the device is defective. And I'd like to get a replacement as my first choice or return it if that is not possible.
The 15-in-one reader on my desktop computer didn't know how to deal with an 8GB micro SDHC even when plugged into the micro-to-SD adapter. I purchased 3 of these, partially because an earlier reviewer had one DOA. I plugged the 8GB micro SDHC into the micro to SD adapter and plugged that assembly into the CTCStore 6-in-1 and then the 6-in-1 into a USB port. I now have an 8GB flash drive that looks like any old USB device and can be used anywhere.
If you have High Capacity SD cards that you can't read and/or write this just may be the ticket for you.
Owned this thing over a year now and it's still going strong. I just wish the lids had a better grip on the body. At least the back end more so to protect the card. They can come off a bit too easy.