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Does a micro sd card fit inside a ds lite?


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Answered 2009-07-19 21:27:00

no it doesn't. but it can fit in a dsi


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Yes but you need a third party cartridge such as the R4.

No it will not fit, the micro one is smaller than the regular sim card.

You can purchase an SD card adapter and a usb sd card converter. it will fit the Sd card inside an you can read it such as a regular flash drive. Then you can physically copy your music back.

No. A micro SD card is the same as a SD card - just smaller - usually to fit into smaller devices such as cell phones and mp3 players.

Only if its a SE k850i Only if its a SE k850i

D/L and un-zip a freeware program called 'Super'. Run Super, follow instructions for converting a DVD movie (actual DVD disk) into .dpg drag and drop onto your micro sd card. Fit micro sd into R4!

The major difference between an SD memory card and a micro SD memory card is its size. A regular SD memory card is approximately an inch in diameter, where as a micro SD memory card is half its size to fit into digital cameras and phones.

Most games, I believe. But, The Guitar HeroTM games do NOT fit the DSi.

DS lite chargers do not fit a 3DS.

Yes, but only Micro SD cards will fit in the TF slot

I have l;ooked on the internet and there apears to be an R4 adapter card that supports this type of feature. More research needs to be done on this.

SD memory cards come in two sizes - Standard ad micro. Standard cards are found in things like Digital cameras, while the micro version is usually found in mobile phones. Micro SD cards are usually shipped with an adaptor so you can use it in either type of device. You slot the micro SD card into the adaptor so it will fit into a device that takes the regular size card. See the related link to the SupaPrice website - which shows a Micro SD card with the adaptor.

yes it has a micro sim..rather the same sim which you would have to cut to make it fit

if your Trio Stealth G2 Android 4.1 has a Micro HDMI port on it then yes. But it will not fit if what you have is Micro USB and not Micro HDMI.

That will depend on how big the card is. A standard mp3 is going to be about 4 MB, so with a 1 GB (which is 1000 MB), you can fit ~250 songs. If your songs are 2-3 minitues long and your card is 2 GB you can hold 516 songs.

Most cameras use SD or Compact Flash memory. Mini SD cards are rarely used, and have been almost entirely replaced by micro SD. You can buy an adapter for a micro SD card and most micro SD cards actually come with an adapter to fit in an SD card reader slot.

Buy a SIM Card from AT&T or T-Mobile called a Micro-SIM. These will fit in the iPhone. Apple is planning on using Nano-SIM Cards which are even smaller.

Yes, you can use ds lite games in the original Nintendo ds. They are not making new specialized games for the Nintendo ds lite. they are still making games that fit both the original DS and the Nintendo DS Lite.

No, the DS lite charger will not fit. You'd need at least the DSi/DSi XL charger which is the same as the 3DS one.

PSPs do not take SD memory cards, they only take Max Duo.There are adaptors to allow you to use a 'micro SD' card, the adaptor is the same size as a Max Duo, but with a slot for the micro SD card. However regular SD cards are simply too wide to fit in the PSP.

Yes the 3DS and DS lite are the same size

The SD card provided inside a 3DS is a regular SD card and will work in the DSi or any other device that uses SD cards.

Nope. All blackberrys so far have normal size sim, and lumias have micro sim.

DSi console is different from DS lite in size. so some DSi accessory not fit ds lite. such as the DSi case, DSi battery, DSi screen film, touch pen, and so on. but some other DSi accessory can be used in DS lite console. such as r4 card, charger, usb cable, earphone, and so on.

No why would you ask this?

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