SD Card Reader and Honeycomb

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  1. JohnVVayne

    JohnVVayne Member

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    Hi guys, new to these forums.

    First I did a search for card reader and didn't seem to find any topics pertaining to this.

    My question is I have an Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet with a full sized USB 2.0 connection and I have a mediaGear all cards II card reader. It reads SD cards, Micro SD, etc.

    I'm trying to get it to recognize on my Tablet running Honeycomb, I see it has power from the green LED light but I can't seem to read the files from my micro SD card on it.

    Has anyone gotten a card reader as such to work on their Honeycomb tablet?
     
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    nope. Can't read anything in the built in SD slot, either...
     
  3. Frederuco

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    My transformer will read any USB, SD or MicroSD cards formatted for FAT32. If it is HC 3.2 or newer it will also read NTFS formatted media.
     
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    My Thinkpad Tablet reads anything as well, I'm even currently using an old iPod Nano 8gb as a mini hard drive to carry around documents and reading it via the usb dongle provided by apple.

    What I'm curious about is if you've gotten a multi card reader such as the one I listed above to work. AND if you have, how did you do it?
     
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    I have a SanDisk MobileMate SD+ (model SDDR-103) that reads SD and microSD cards.

    Tested with both FAT32 and NTFS cards.
     

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