Recently bought a Cerbuino to build a home project. On of the features I wanted was the SD card.
It’s been a while since I’ve done any .Net but getting back into it (slowly). I am, at the moment, regretting buying a Cerbuino as there seems to be little support out there for it!
Anyway, I’ve been through forum and found a lot of posts on the topic of reading and writing to an SD card, but all seem to have problems. None seem to have been resolved and, of the ones I’ve tried, none seem to work. Can anybody help me with reading and writing to and from the card, ideally using the 4 bit interface.
4-bit interface is not used for SD cards within Fez-land; the micros in use all use a full SD card interface. So can you tell us more about what doesn’t work ? Errors?
I will also say, if you haven’t already confirmed it, can you make sure that you have updated the firmware with the same version of your SDK? There was a beta release in the last week, and while it’s Beta, it addresses a number of issues that mean it’s worth installing it and reflashing the firmware.
@ DangerousDave - I am not at my dev PC now so I can’t check the names, but have you added the references to the required assemblies? For example, for the IO namespace you could need to add a reference to the Microsoft.SPOT.IO.dll, not sure if that is the name, but you get the idea?