do you ever wonder how sd cards work
No…its technology who the heck needs to know
I need to know dummy
I mean, i dont think you do. This information will not have any practical help to you. But sobeit
Quit the sass
Keeping it real chief
@snartyy all sd cards and any digital storage devices work like this. Electricity jolts into a socket either pushing it in or out. Mind you these “sockets” or transistors save the fact that they are pushed in or out. In means 1, out means 0. Enough 1’s and 0’s give you a string of binary that is a blueprint for what you have on it. A few million/billion bits or 1/0’s give you a picture or a text document. SD cards and ssds along with other “flash” storage can get worn out after use but do not have moving parts like your standard hdd or hard drive disk. This means it is faster, less prone to fail, and lasts longer than standard HDD’s.
Hope I helped