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With a uSD card inserted, this works just like a USB flash drive. If your Android device can access a USB flash drive, then it should work with this. It works with my Nexus 7 FHD tablet using Nexus Media Importer.
By Gyz on January 22, 2014
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I'm not sure what you mean by "what slot." The MicroSD card fits inside the end of the USB reader, then you put the usb reader into the usb slot on the pc. I know it seems like an odd configuration, but once you see it, you'll understand. Attempt at explanation: If you look at the end of any usb device, you'll see that… see more I'm not sure what you mean by "what slot." The MicroSD card fits inside the end of the USB reader, then you put the usb reader into the usb slot on the pc. I know it seems like an odd configuration, but once you see it, you'll understand. Attempt at explanation: If you look at the end of any usb device, you'll see that half of it is empty space and the rest has sort of a "tongue." You match up any usb device by sticking it in 'blank to tongue.' In this case, the MicroSD card fits in the space where the tongue would normally be and then you insert this Elago as a normal usb memory. see less
By Bart J. Schuck on March 25, 2014
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Hello,
When the item was designed the 32gb card was the most popular card size. We do not have a Nano reader that allows for the 128gb card.

By elago® SELLER on February 1, 2017
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It doesn't come with a flash card. It's just a holder. If you have a micro SD card that is already formatted by a Windows machine, it will work fine in a Windows 7 or 8 pc.
By Carbon Foot on January 11, 2014
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Not sure ..its the worst on the market.. might be up to 90 days
By mack chapman on January 8, 2014
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CS@Elagodesign: this is NOT meant to contradict, but to offer some additional (empirical) feedback (FYI). I just purchased the third of these 'readers' (the first two were purchased in April of 2013), and I have NEVER had a problem using a 64GB mSD card in any of the three - IN MY NOTEBOOK. The same has not been the … see more CS@Elagodesign: this is NOT meant to contradict, but to offer some additional (empirical) feedback (FYI). I just purchased the third of these 'readers' (the first two were purchased in April of 2013), and I have NEVER had a problem using a 64GB mSD card in any of the three - IN MY NOTEBOOK. The same has not been the case, however, with my wife's notebook (a slightly older <1 or 2-yr?> Toshiba notebook within the same product line as mine - ergo with presumably similar architecture?), which much more often than not fails to recognize the insertion of any storage media - of any capacity - when a 64GB mSD card (in the reader) is inserted into a USB port. Other than the higher-performance processor in mine, the only outwardly obvious difference between the two is that hers is equipped with USB 2.0 ports only, whereas mine has one USB 3.0 port. Nevertheless, I have been able to reliably use a 64GB mSD card in my notebook, using either of the first two readers purchased - from the get-go - and the same is true with the last reader I just purchased (I just verified this) . . . I have experienced no difficulties whatsoever (not so much as a hiccup). I do have one (minor) criticism of the product to offer, but will more appropriately address that separately (in a review). see less
By FlyingDutchman on September 12, 2016
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Yes, but I couldn't get it on the device. I got 2 of them. Both broke when I tried to eject the micro sd. So I tossed them. Too bad I really wanted those to work.
By Dallin Holland on May 14, 2014
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First one was doa, promptly replaced and is still functionality. Second one requires excessive force to mount in usb receptical.. I damaged the contacts in the elagno. Will not bother with them anymore.
By Amazon Customer on June 2, 2014
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A Sony micro SDXC 64GB card worked for me. However, I do not recommend using it. The structure is too tight and it ended up damaging one of the USB ports of my computer.
By JCS on November 21, 2013