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Write sdcard through USB

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Newbye question : is it possible to modify sdcard file content trough usb (ie not to unplug sdcard) ?

I fear no but just to check ...
asked Apr 26, 2017 in User questions by stilgar (360 points)

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Actually I would think you can.

When I put the sdcard into my Linux computer, I can see 2 partitions being mounted. There should be no problem editing/adding/deleting files on the SD card.

Not sure what filesystem is being used, so you may need a Linux computer for that.

answered Apr 26, 2017 by frawau (160 points)
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No, the device currently only exposes a video device and a serial device over usb.

It's technically possible to modify the linux image to also expose an MTP device, but it would require some work, and may not play nice with the existing devices.
answered Apr 27, 2017 by pelrun (2,330 points)
MTP unfortunately is not an option because it requires 3 endpoints and we only have 2 left. But we now have USB mass_storage working and we can browse the files on the microSD inside JeVois while streaming video at the same time. Coming soon in JeVois 1.1