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    Quote Originally Posted by trenton_net View Post
    To be honest, I was hoping that since they got SSDS3 working with SD Cards that most of the work would have already been done already. I could imagine that if they had a USB port instead of an SD card slot, people could plug in whatever they want (SD Card reader, HDD, CD-ROM, etc) and have it work. If not right away, at least in the future with firmware updates? (wishful thinking). (^_^);
    SD is the way to go for us.

    The entire PC Engine collection fits into a 256gb microsd and 512gbs microsd are already anounced ...
    We donīt have plans for anything that uses usb for storing games at.

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    Just a thought thrown out there:

    I see several products using SDs are they are (rightfully) the most convenient way to load your game library onto flashcarts (I mean, every single flashcart I know are using them), but in this age people are starting to archiving complete sets on their NAS/Fileserver and almost everyone has a wi-fi network at home.

    It would be awesome in the future to see flashcarts which are able to connect to your home network and fetch the games via wi-fi without having to buy and transfer lots of files onto the support (which is often a one-time thing, but sometimes sets get corrected/updated and, most importantly, homebrew would highly benefit from this).

    Wishing all goes for the best and you guys became a very successful company, I'd love to see flashcarts for MegaDrive, SNES, etc. which are able to load games via network in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donluca View Post
    Just a thought thrown out there:

    I see several products using SDs are they are (rightfully) the most convenient way to load your game library onto flashcarts (I mean, every single flashcart I know are using them), but in this age people are starting to archiving complete sets on their NAS/Fileserver and almost everyone has a wi-fi network at home.

    It would be awesome in the future to see flashcarts which are able to connect to your home network and fetch the games via wi-fi without having to buy and transfer lots of files onto the support (which is often a one-time thing, but sometimes sets get corrected/updated and, most importantly, homebrew would highly benefit from this).

    Wishing all goes for the best and you guys became a very successful company, I'd love to see flashcarts for MegaDrive, SNES, etc. which are able to load games via network in the future.
    Please don't spend 1 minute of your time on this garbage. If you're too lazy/dumb to copy and paste files onto a card, and think moving a small card around once in a while is somehow less convenient than setting up some wifi server, you don't deserve to use a flash card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donluca View Post
    Just a thought thrown out there:

    I see several products using SDs are they are (rightfully) the most convenient way to load your game library onto flashcarts (I mean, every single flashcart I know are using them), but in this age people are starting to archiving complete sets on their NAS/Fileserver and almost everyone has a wi-fi network at home.

    It would be awesome in the future to see flashcarts which are able to connect to your home network and fetch the games via wi-fi without having to buy and transfer lots of files onto the support (which is often a one-time thing, but sometimes sets get corrected/updated and, most importantly, homebrew would highly benefit from this).

    Wishing all goes for the best and you guys became a very successful company, I'd love to see flashcarts for MegaDrive, SNES, etc. which are able to load games via network in the future.
    WiFi SD cards have been a thing for, like, a decade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CZroe View Post
    WiFi SD cards have been a thing for, like, a decade.
    This is the exact opposite of what I was saying.

    Those WiFi SD cards create their own wi-fi network which you can access with a computer/smartphone and put stuff in it without taking them out.

    What I'm saying is having a device which connects to YOUR home wifi network and has access to YOUR NAS content.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neosd View Post
    SD is the way to go for us.

    The entire PC Engine collection fits into a 256gb microsd and 512gbs microsd are already anounced ...
    We donīt have plans for anything that uses usb for storing games at.

    Alex,
    Will the new device work with a 256GB SD card, or is there a size limit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SavagePencil View Post
    Will the new device work with a 256GB SD card, or is there a size limit?
    Quoted... for prosperity...

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    256GB should be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fenikso View Post
    256GB should be fine.
    COME ON... let's get with the plan...

    Member since 2005... asking a question that has not only been answered a few times... i do believe it's in the PDF manual...

    It's shit like this that irritates me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rot View Post
    COME ON... let's get with the plan...

    Member since 2005... asking a question that has not only been answered a few times... i do believe it's in the PDF manual...

    It's shit like this that irritates me...

    xROTx

    PS. Tempted to give him a custom rank... Savagepencil "Likes Paper & Pencil. Can't read web pages. Autism is REAL!."
    Shit, you are right...right there in the manual. I apologize.

    (if I were *truly* autistic, I would have known!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SavagePencil View Post
    Shit, you are right...right there in the manual. I apologize.

    (if I were *truly* autistic, I would have known!)
    You're lucky I'm generally relaxing... just sayin' man...

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    PS. Meh... free pass...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rot View Post
    Quoted... for prosperity...
    Quoted for posterity

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rot View Post
    Quoted... for prosperity...
    LOL

    Regarding the SMB or other networking thing, I agree that dev cycles are hard enough without delving into those areas. That said, personally, I've got a lot of these things and it would be AWESOME to not have to update the FW and/or romsets with physical media anymore.

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    It's been a couple days so SavagePencil got off.

    It's when we have 3 or more in 24 hours that you'd better watch out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo NooNaN View Post
    LOL

    Regarding the SMB or other networking thing, I agree that dev cycles are hard enough without delving into those areas. That said, personally, I've got a lot of these things and it would be AWESOME to not have to update the FW and/or romsets with physical media anymore.
    Quote Originally Posted by Syn View Post
    It's been a couple days so SavagePencil got off.

    It's when we have 3 or more in 24 hours that you'd better watch out.
    The way I see this situ... is that Neosd, his team and some members have posted all these questions being asked...

    ...I'm old and grumpy... but I still read the forums and it irritates me when others don't...

    SURE... you can argue there's lots of posts BUT... I find it helps to get to know the forum if you read it... you get the "vibe" that way and it helps you understand the forum and scene better...

    I'm not a monster... but in reality... I do get irritated when people don't have the same old school forum style mentality...

    This aint facebook or twitter etc etc... it's a forum and community... and hence, asking the same questions over and over again will eventually aggravate me...

    xROTx

    PS. I notice Neosd will post on questions that have not been asked or are important enough to answer...

    BUT... how would you guys feel if you keep seeing the same ass "... Z'OMG... how big an SD card can I use..".. or... "when is my shit being shipped"... type posts?

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    Perhaps a side question (I apologize if it's be already asked or addressed): Could the SSS3 be updated via firmware to have a HuCard dumping feature? It might be handy when you want to dump a prototype card or just take a clean/verified dump of something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trenton_net View Post
    Perhaps a side question (I apologize if it's be already asked or addressed): Could the SSS3 be updated via firmware to have a HuCard dumping feature? It might be handy when you want to dump a prototype card or just take a clean/verified dump of something.
    The main issue is that when a hucard is inserted, the hucard owns the bus, so the ssds3 can't execute its own code. If only we could be able to run a small piece of code, that will work, but it's currently not possible. Only booting without a hucard and inserting it while running would work, but hot-pluggint it is not good for the hucard.
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