SD Cards - Benefits and Hinderances of using multiple cards

Discussion in 'Coby Tablet Accessories' started by cupstack, Jan 29, 2011.

  1. cupstack

    cupstack Member

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    I have recently purchased the Coby 7015 and also have an mp3 player that also can use the microSD cards - one of my microSD cards already has most of the music I listen to on it. What are the possibilities of using this one card for my music that can be used by both devices and using a second card for books, videos, etc? OR is it better to have one card that holds everything?
     
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    The stock music player should recognize all music reguardless of what folder it is in...my android phone does. I have not tried it on the coby yet

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    I thought that it would be ok but be carefull... I have a 2gb micro sd card in my coby and i have a 16gb in my Epic4g ... I put the 16gb card in my coby to play the music on it to see if i would get the skipping sound i get with my 2gb card. Now i tryed to plug in my epic to tranfer photos to my computer and it wasn't reading it as my epic , it reads it a my coby internal card. My epic reads the card fine and plays and sees the photos but not the computer. So when swapping them out be aware and hopfully its something i did not the tablet... I'm getting a 16 gb card for it so ill have to format the epic card and not do thi again lol...
     

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