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> Sd/mmc Mod Process, i'm going to try it...
d2a
post Aug 12 2008, 02:14 AM
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So i'd like to try adding space via the SD/MMC mod. having read the various wiki entries and forum posts, if i understand correctly, I need:
  1. SD card
  2. cheap SD -> USB adapter (optional?)
  3. ribbon cable 0.5mm pitch 20 pin ?
  4. adapter - this? or this?
  5. wire and assorted soldering bits and bobs

I'm happy dismantling the Simpad, and am competent at soldering small components. Is this all I need, or am I missing something?

Secondly, does anyone know a UK firm that has the ribbon cable components? alternatively, would someone be wiling to order the parts on my behalf, and then post them to the uk? the lc-design site did not seem to offer international sales.

Thirdly, what is the most recent recommended bluetooth module? I am less interested initially in this mod, but would probably try it if there was a cheap module.

Thanks in advance for any help
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Eazee
post Nov 1 2008, 01:43 PM
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Hi there!

So could anyone please provide me an image (kernel 2.6) with the built-in sd/mmc-driver?

I appreciate your help. (If anyone needs something for fritzbox or dbox2, please let me know ;-) one hand washes the other one)

Thx in advance,

eazee
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mr_nice
post Nov 2 2008, 08:22 AM
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At the moment only mister data has the working source so we need to wait for him.

best regards
mr nice
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