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    I search for sdfat 4 bit sdio example but i am...

    I search for sdfat 4 bit sdio example but i am little confused.I would like to use readwrite example (https://github.com/greiman/SdFat/tree/master/examples) with 4 bit sdio.
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    I have noticed that teensy 3.6 has 4 bit spi.Does...

    I have noticed that teensy 3.6 has 4 bit spi.Does this feature supported by sdfat library?If no,how i can use it?Thanks
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    So when i use 32Gb sd each read/write should be a...

    So when i use 32Gb sd each read/write should be a buffer of 64Kb size instead of 512 buffer?
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    Could you tell which is the minimum file size...

    Could you tell which is the minimum file size when use 32 gb sd card formated to FAT32 and use standard sd card libraries??Thanks a lot!
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    Teensy 3.6 sd card

    Hi to all!!
    Well,recently i bought teensy 3.6 and i would like to use its sd on board module.As i know before i use an sd card i have to format it to FAT32 system,so technically the max size of sd...
  6. port manipulation instead of dac output while reading from sd

    Hi to all.
    I have teensy 3.6 with on board sd card module and would like to use the sdfat library with available sram for buffers 204800 bytes that means that i can use 400 buffers of 512 bytes for...
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    sd card data flow

    Hi!!
    Well i have a project that i need to read constantly bytes from a binary file "byte" buf=file.read() from sd card and make an output with port manipulation (PORTD = buf, ... or PORTD =...
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    sd card data flow

    Hi!!
    Well i have a project that i need to read constantly bytes from a binary file "byte" buf=file.read() from sd card and make an output with port manipulation (PORTD = buf, ... or PORTD =...
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