Yes it supports sdhc. I love my avic f90bt. I also bought the pioneer avic f90bt bypass/hack guide from http://www.underground-secret.com/pioneer_avic_f90bt_bypass.html Do you want me to upload it for you?
No. Micro sdhc is high-capacity and the i580 will not support them. It will only support up to 2gb micro sd cards.
yes it has to be micro SD that's the only one that actually fits. R4i SDHC card is compatible with most MicroSD card, such as Kingston, Sandisk. both MicroSD and MicroSDHC card can be used in r4i sdhc card. R4i card support both MicroSD card and MicroSDHC memory card. From 2 GB to 32 GB.
Currently, both r4i sdhc v1.42 and R4i SDHC 3DS card can work on DSi V1.4.2. If it is made after June 18th, the r4i sdhc card can work on Nintendo DSi V1.4.2 straightly. Or else, the card has to be upgraded to support DSi V1.4.2. You can download a update patch from official website, and install it
Yes I have one and I have used the SDHC card
The older Sony Cyber Shot cameras do not support the SDHC standard. They require older SD cards.
The file system on the sdhc card might not be. The card itself is.
r4i gold and r4i sdhc card are most popular in players. both of them can support 3ds, dsi and ds lite. but personally, I think the r4i gold card has better compatibility.
The original R4 doesn't support SDHC cards, any card over 2GB is SDHC. I recommend buying the Acekard 2 as a replacement, or a 2GB SD Card.
Yes you can transfer video files onto the SDHC card and watch it with any computer, TV or electronic device with a SDHC slot.
Yes. Reformat the micro SD card before installing the kernel for the R4i SDHC. R4i sdhc card from r4i-sdhc.com accept a MicroSD card to run games and medias on Nintendo console. The MicroSD card is used for saveing R4i SDHC kernel and games. Such as Kingston or Sandisk. If you buy a r4i sdhc card, you should also take a Micro SD card.
32GB is the largest card you can find for purchase. Surely there is some rediculous SD card in some lab somewhere, but for now your best bet is 32 GB SDHC. Keep in mind your SD card reader needs to support SDHC. Check it first.
Yes it does. Whether an SDHC card is compatible with a device on which you play the audio is another story. But you can "store" audio files on an SDHC card, including the Kingston 32GB.