Emulating a SD-Card

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Postby Shanytc » Fri Aug 14, 2009 12:42 pm

if you want to listen to mp3 that you uploaded in your android sdcard emulator here are the steps:

1. upload the song(s) (using methods above in the image i create in the last post)
2. click the "Dev Tools" icon in your android dashboard
3. click "Media Scanner" in the list view

android will now scan your SD Card emulated cartridge for media.

4. open the android music player and play your song(s)

enjoy :)

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Re: Emulating a SD-Card

Postby nextcome » Fri May 21, 2010 1:29 pm

Will you please help ?

I learnt how to push data into sd card but now I want to remove a particular file from sdcard. I do not want to wipe all data inside sd card... Please help..

thx in advance.
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Re: Emulating a SD-Card

Postby nextcome » Fri May 21, 2010 1:34 pm

How to delete/remove specific data from sd card ??


emulator -avd @HTC -wipe-data <myfilename> doesn't work..


please help
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Re: Emulating a SD-Card

Postby Shanytc » Sat May 22, 2010 7:34 pm

You can use the terminal to delete files from the SD Card

<<open terminal>>
cd sdcard/
rm <filename>

that's it
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Re: Emulating a SD-Card

Postby nextcome » Mon May 24, 2010 9:36 am

Thx for reply,


But my sdcard is inbuilt sdcard of emulator..... so where i can find that card physically located... I could remove that file from DDMS only... there should be a way to remove it from cmd.

Thx shany..
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Re: Emulating a SD-Card

Postby Shanytc » Mon May 24, 2010 9:38 am

im talking about the emulator's SDCard

go to the terminal (inside the emulator) and follow the steps i outlined
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Re: Emulating a SD-Card

Postby Khushkedia » Thu Jul 29, 2010 10:29 am

Hey,
I created an image for the sd card, i added it when creating the emulator. NOw i want to dynamically store an image into the sd card. is that possible??
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Re: Emulating a SD-Card

Postby adameve24 » Thu Dec 16, 2010 8:29 pm

hello everyone.

my doubt is - i have created the sdcard and its working with my emulator as well.
i have pushed many files to it.
i want to format my sdcard.
i dont want to remove selected files rather i wanna format it through adb.
can you help me ?
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Re: Emulating a SD-Card

Postby torryton » Mon Nov 14, 2011 2:49 pm

I just bought an sd memory card (4gb) for my cell phone. But when i put it into my phone a screen pops up and says FAT32 is not supported please reformat to FAT16. But i have no idea how to reformat it. Does anyone know how?
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Re: Emulating a SD-Card

Postby redbulletnl » Mon Nov 14, 2011 2:51 pm

insert sd in pc / sd card reader, go to my computer, rightclick @ sdcard and format it
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Re: Emulating a SD-Card

Postby maxxypane » Sat Nov 19, 2011 9:18 am

Well, if you want the propeller to "act" as an SD card or USB stick, I'm sure it's feasible, but in like Kye says, would be complicated. Ultimately, it would probably be better to use a USB key or SD card only for himself. If you are interested in setting up the communication between the tablet and the propeller, and a better route would be to try to find or write USB drivers for serial communication.
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Re: Emulating a SD-Card

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Re: Emulating a SD-Card

Postby KyleAdam » Wed May 23, 2012 12:33 pm

Backing up is important. As memory sizes grow, so does the collection of older, smaller capacity memory cards. 16GB is a massive size of storage. Every Nintendo Wii game has a regional code encrypted in the disk. This means that if you buy a game in USA, you can’t play it on a Nintendo Wii from Japan, and vice verse.
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Re: Emulating a SD-Card

Postby Strickland » Mon Jul 29, 2013 11:47 am

Applications developed for distribution on Google Play allow the developer to enable copy protection which prevents the end user from copying the application from the phone. Thanks for sharing.
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