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Samsung 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Fit £22.79 Mymemory

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#1
Nice one, ordered as a cache drive for the media server
1 Like #2
Am I right in thinking this one doesn't get too hot?
1 Like #3
3guesses
Am I right in thinking this one doesn't get too hot?


u mean like sandisk?
1 Like #4
so just bought a Samsung TV. would this work with the TV enabling the USB recording and pause/play live TV? thanks.
#5
Had this one as my Wii U storage for a year now. absolutely effective. No major heat issues, but definitely put it in the top rear usb port. Had issues with it in the bottom. kept disconnecting.
1 Like #6
detch82
so just bought a Samsung TV. would this work with the TV enabling the USB recording and pause/play live TV? thanks.


Good question but I don't think it will be recognised as recordable media no matter what format. There's some sort of identifier which determines whether the device is a hard disk or not and usb flash does not fulfill this.

I'm looking at the WD recertified Passport for my Samsung TV - £36 1Tb
1 Like #7
been keeping an eye out for one of these... perfect! thanks for posting :D

Edited By: D0wnl04d3r on Dec 09, 2016 22:29: typo
#8
Grumpyoldhector
detch82
so just bought a Samsung TV. would this work with the TV enabling the USB recording and pause/play live TV? thanks.
Good question but I don't think it will be recognised as recordable media no matter what format. There's some sort of identifier which determines whether the device is a hard disk or not and usb flash does not fulfill this.
I'm looking at the WD recertified Passport for my Samsung TV - £36 1Tb
Puzzled by this response, as one of those tiny Sandisk thingies works a treat in my Sony. It nicely enables the 'pause live tv' facility, but is a bit small for recording - but the pvr does that.
1 Like #9
Ordered, thanks OP
#10
zabique
3guesses
Am I right in thinking this one doesn't get too hot?
u mean like sandisk?

Like the Sandisk gets hot, or like the Sandisk doesn't get hot???
#11
4% cashack through Quidco too... recieved notification that £1.00 cashback will be given (_;)
1 Like #12
3guesses
zabique
3guesses
Am I right in thinking this one doesn't get too hot?
u mean like sandisk?
Like the Sandisk gets hot, or like the Sandisk doesn't get hot???

Sandisk gets too hot
1 Like #13
detch82
so just bought a Samsung TV. would this work with the TV enabling the USB recording and pause/play live TV? thanks.

I have a lexar 64gb usb connected to my samsung TV and works no problem don't even have to format it like I've had to with other TV's in the past.
#14
Will these work on pioneer cdjs
#15
captainbeaky
Sorry if off topic. I recently bought a Sandisk 128gb usb drive. When writing large files to it (over 5GB) it will start writing at expected USB 3.0 speeds & then after 2 or 3 GB will drop to a snails pace often dropping to below normal USB 2.0 speeds. When I run CrystalDiskMark it passes with flying colours - achieving quoted performance figures.
Faulty drive or normal behaviour for a USB flash drive?



Is it getting hot?
1 Like #16
Code won't apply....VBOX5

My mistake, code will work for a discount off 1 item, but if you try buy more than one, the discount won't apply to the second item.

Edited By: leftfooter on Dec 10, 2016 11:32: mistake
#17
leftfooter
Code won't apply....VBOX5
Not true... still working
#18
pavel76
leftfooter
Code won't apply....VBOX5
Not true... still working
Corrected above Pavel

Edited By: leftfooter on Dec 10, 2016 12:01
1 Like #19
Thanks, just ordered. Much cheaper than upgrading SSD on my Mac.
#20
Sorry for my ignorance - what's the difference between a USB n Flash drive!?
1 Like #21
ruheluddin86
Sorry for my ignorance - what's the difference between a USB n Flash drive!?
It's the same thing
#22
andyyak
Will these work on pioneer cdjs


Yes... u can plug any USB flash drive into them...
1 Like #23
NIce find HOT
2 Likes #24
Can I just say how far technology has come and I'm only 21
3 Likes #25
Oliver_Warden8
Can I just say how far technology has come and I'm only 21
No
#26
Codify
Oliver_Warden8
Can I just say how far technology has come and I'm only 21
No


haha the kid has not lived.
#27
andyyak
Will these work on pioneer cdjs


Yes but best bet to do is stick everything through rekordbox and export it to that USB. Make sure it works, i used to drag my files onto usb without doing any checks & ended up with no tracks at a gig. When it came to my set and i stuck it in it wouldnt load! Had to borrow someone elses tunes
#28
donstuarty
Codify
Oliver_Warden8
Can I just say how far technology has come and I'm only 21
No


haha the kid has not lived.


I've lived
#29
aaronlovesfood
ruheluddin86
Sorry for my ignorance - what's the difference between a USB n Flash drive!?
It's the same thing


Thanks. I bought a 32gb SanDisk from Currys for £8. It includes free cinema tickets too. Wondering whether I should buy this or not!???
2 Likes #30
Oliver_Warden8
donstuarty
Codify
Oliver_Warden8
Can I just say how far technology has come and I'm only 21
No


haha the kid has not lived.


I've lived


no, you haven't,


hahaha
#31
wdh
Grumpyoldhector
detch82
so just bought a Samsung TV. would this work with the TV enabling the USB recording and pause/play live TV? thanks.
Good question but I don't think it will be recognised as recordable media no matter what format. There's some sort of identifier which determines whether the device is a hard disk or not and usb flash does not fulfill this.
I'm looking at the WD recertified Passport for my Samsung TV - £36 1Tb
Puzzled by this response, as one of those tiny Sandisk thingies works a treat in my Sony. It nicely enables the 'pause live tv' facility, but is a bit small for recording - but the pvr does that.


So this is an excerpt from my 2016 Samsung UHD TV manual....

Before using the recording and schedule recording functions ● To set up a Schedule Recording, you must first set the TV's clock. Set the Clock ( System Time Clock). Settings ●You can set up a maximum total of 30 Schedule Viewing and Schedule Recording entries. ● Recordings are DRM-protected and therefore cannot be played back on a computer or on a different TV. In addition, these files cannot be played back on your TV if its video circuit has been replaced. ● A USB hard drive with a speed of 5,400 rpm or above is recommended. However, RAID-type USB hard drives are not supported. ●USB memory sticks are not supported. ● The total recording capacity may differ with the amount of available hard drive space and the recording quality level. ● Schedule Recording requires at least 100MB of free space on the USB storage device. Recording will stop if the available storage space falls below 50MB while recording is in progress. ● If the available storage space falls below 500MB while both the Schedule Recording and Timeshift functions are in progress, only the recording will stop. ●The maximum recording time is 720 minutes. ●Videos are played according to the TV settings. ● If the input signal is changed while recording is in progress, the screen will go blank until the change is made. In this case, recording will resume, but will not be available. ● When using the Record or Schedule Recording function, the actual recording may start a second or two later than the specified time.


Flash Drives are a no go... but let me know if this works.

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