sketch to mount M5Stack sd like a card reader do
is it possible to run a sketch on M5Stack to use it like an USB card reader for internal sd card??
the idea is to connect M5Stack to the pc with the usb c cable and mount the internal sd card like a removable disk ...
@cepics It is theoretically feasible, but there is no case procedure for the time being
tnks a lot for answering ...
You could copy the contents from the sd plugged into the m5stack via various software, but why would you want to do that rather than using a regular card reader?
I'm looking for a sketch to use with SD updater so I can run the sketch connect usb cable to pc, mount the sd on pc and add .bin files without taking off and on the sd from/to M5Stack/pc....
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So basically you are looking for an arduino version of adafruits micropython implementation.
The problem is that Arduino sketches overwrites the firmware allowing access to all the cores.
You would need to create a firmware that would stop bin files from overwriting the space used for the firmware.
crami25 last edited by
Until now, there is no way to configure the M5Stack (Esp32) as a USB flash drive. It seems that Expressif will enable this feature with their new ESP32-S2.
Another possibility is to configure your M5Stack as a WiFi Web-Server using HTTP/HTML This gives you the possibility to upload and download files to your M5Stack SD-card using your web-browser on your pc. You see an example doing this watching