In "The Truth" thread Tom61 stated that he had used a 1GB card card with success to play MP3s. He did not confirm however that the JuiceBox was able to access the full 1GB of memory spaces, of just the first 512mb of the 1gb card. Does anyone out there have a 1gb card and a few minutes to do this test for us?
I expect when you go to the MP3 list your list will not go from A-Z, but A-M or wherever the 512MB address runs out. This should be a quick test.
RE:1GB SD Card in JuiceBox - Is it Possible? (modified 0 times)
I didn't try putting that many MP3s on it, especially seeing as how they all need to be in the root directory. The internal memory test shows the card's memory size as '1023M byte', so I'm guessing it should be able to read the entire card.
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