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    I would start with TeensySdioDemo, understand the...

    I would start with TeensySdioDemo, understand the differences and merge with the readwrite example you are interested in.
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    both SdFat and SD support 4 bit sdio. I think,...

    both SdFat and SD support 4 bit sdio. I think, both libraries have examples for sdio.
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    Buffersize is independent of disk cluster size...

    Buffersize is independent of disk cluster size (i.e-allocation unit, which defined during formatting). Buffersize depends on the amount of ram yo have available and type of data you read/write
    On...
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    The minimum file size is equal the cluster size....

    The minimum file size is equal the cluster size. The smallest cluster is 512 bytes. The largest cluster size (allocation block) on the SD formatting tool is 64 kB.
    officially supported (guaranteed...
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    you can format uSD > 32 Gig with FAT32. only the...

    you can format uSD > 32 Gig with FAT32. only the cluster size, i.e. minimum file size is larger. 32 Gig is only standard x-over from Fat32 and exFAT
    I'm using T3.6 with 128 Gig uSD (256 Gig is still...
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