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SanDisk Cruzer FIT USB Flash Drive 32GB (Perfect for PS Classic) - £5.69 Delivered @ Picstop
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SanDisk Cruzer FIT USB Flash Drive 32GB (Perfect for PS Classic) - £5.69 Delivered @ Picstop

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Posted 6th Jun

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Perfect for PS Classic and looks really discreet once plugged in.
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The 32GB Cruzer Fit USB Flash Drive is cleverly designed with a low-profile. That means you can slot it neatly into notebooks, tablets, TVs or car audios, even in the tightest spaces, and keep it there without fear of knocking it. Simply, it takes up so little space that it's surprising how much you can store in it: your favourite pictures, music and video collection. Its small footprint also makes it easier to start sharing with your family and friends. Plus, the 32GB Cruzer Fit USB Flash Drive can also keep your private data private, with the included SanDisk SecureAccess software, and enjoy the added protection of secure online backup (up to 2GB optionally available) offered by YuuWaa.

Benefits:
- Low profile design is perfect for tablets, car stereos and other small devices
- Slots so neatly into USB slots that it's less likely to get damaged
- SanDisk SecureAccess software protects private files with a personal password and automatic 128-bit AES encryption
- It couldn't be easier to use: simply drag-and-drop files into a private folder or "vault" and they're safe
- Secure online backup (up to 2GB) offered by YuuWaa, SanDisk's online backup partner, makes sure data stays safe, no matter what
- Available in 4GB, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB capacities


Technical details:
- Capacities: 4GB, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB
- Compatibility storage: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, 8, 10, Mac OS X v10.5+ and Linux
- Backup software: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Mac OS X v10.5+
- USB port: USB 2.0 port required for high-speed transfer
- Country of origin: China
- Material: Silicone and plastic
- Dimensions: 21.59mm x 14.73mm x 6.85mm (0.85 x 0.58 x 0.27 in)
- Operating temperature: 0°C to 45°C
- Storage temperature: -10°C to 70°C
- Support: Five-year warranty

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HOT! and anyone who owns one will know what I mean
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Its USB 2 as well so it is indeed perfect for either the front of the ps classic or in an OTG adapter if using something like bleemsync. Has OP used this specific stick? Only ask as bleemsync can be particular on what brand stick you have but I know scandisk sticks are usually fine having tested a 32gb Cruzer and a USB 3 version of this same stick.
buliztik06/06/2019 22:46

Its USB 2 as well so it is indeed perfect for either the front of the ps …Its USB 2 as well so it is indeed perfect for either the front of the ps classic or in an OTG adapter if using something like bleemsync. Has OP used this specific stick? Only ask as bleemsync can be particular on what brand stick you have but I know scandisk sticks are usually fine having tested a 32gb Cruzer and a USB 3 version of this same stick.


I have yes. 2.0 version works perfect.
Do USB 3 drives require more power than the PS classic outputs?
superfreddy06/06/2019 22:48

I have yes. 2.0 version works perfect.


Awesome. The USB 3.0 version I have of this is 64gb and bleemsync seems happy with that so I might go for the equivalent USB 2.0 at £9.39 and then remove the need for the otg adapter until another challenger enters and needs the player 2 slot. Cheers for posting mate
BeefyMcWhatNow06/06/2019 22:51

Do USB 3 drives require more power than the PS classic outputs?


Yes, that's exactly right. The front ports for the controllers don't have enough juice to support USB 3.0 so the bleemsync devs latest release 1.1 supports multi USB adapters (otg adapters) that do a pass through with the power included to the ps classic. USB 3.0 sticks can then be used
buliztik06/06/2019 22:56

Yes, that's exactly right. The front ports for the controllers don't have …Yes, that's exactly right. The front ports for the controllers don't have enough juice to support USB 3.0 so the bleemsync devs latest release 1.1 supports multi USB adapters (otg adapters) that do a pass through with the power included to the ps classic. USB 3.0 sticks can then be used


No worries.

Did you run into any issues with any games?
superfreddy06/06/2019 22:58

No worries.Did you run into any issues with any games?


A few that didn't transfer over but I'm guessing that's because they are not in bleemsyncs database or something. Think I remember hearing that's why they won't transfer over on a tutorial vid but I could be wrong.

The only other odd occurrence is that when playing save states of the original 20 games via bleemsync like Tekken 3, the sound either completely disappears or goes and then comes back again
HOT! and anyone who owns one will know what I mean
buliztik06/06/2019 23:02

A few that didn't transfer over but I'm guessing that's because they are …A few that didn't transfer over but I'm guessing that's because they are not in bleemsyncs database or something. Think I remember hearing that's why they won't transfer over on a tutorial vid but I could be wrong.The only other odd occurrence is that when playing save states of the original 20 games via bleemsync like Tekken 3, the sound either completely disappears or goes and then comes back again


What about the playback of titles themselves?

I intend to use this mainly for games I own but to play in enhanced resolution.
I'll be using autobleem too as it seems easier. Or is Bleemsync better?
superfreddy06/06/2019 23:20

What about the playback of titles themselves?I intend to use this mainly … What about the playback of titles themselves?I intend to use this mainly for games I own but to play in enhanced resolution.


All looks good especially when running the ntsc versions though of course
buliztik06/06/2019 23:22

All looks good especially when running the ntsc versions though of course …All looks good especially when running the ntsc versions though of course


Thanks.
I did dabble with Autobleem a few months back and used this 32GB and it was perfect.
I've now got back into it and want to play games I own but in the clearer resolution.

Are there any pros/cons of using Bleemsync or Autobleem?
superfreddy06/06/2019 23:30

Thanks.I did dabble with Autobleem a few months back and used this 32GB …Thanks.I did dabble with Autobleem a few months back and used this 32GB and it was perfect. I've now got back into it and want to play games I own but in the clearer resolution. Are there any pros/cons of using Bleemsync or Autobleem?


I've only just discovered autobleem when you said it not too sure what the differences are apart from UI but hopefully this will help:

It's worth mentioning, that you can just rip your PSone games to this stick, and use it on the PS classic for enhanced graphics via Bleemsync or Autobleem.

I tried the enhanced graphics on Dino Crisis and it was like playing a remastered version.
Great price thank you, just what I needed!
buliztik06/06/2019 22:56

Yes, that's exactly right. The front ports for the controllers don't have …Yes, that's exactly right. The front ports for the controllers don't have enough juice to support USB 3.0 so the bleemsync devs latest release 1.1 supports multi USB adapters (otg adapters) that do a pass through with the power included to the ps classic. USB 3.0 sticks can then be used


Ah thanks for this explanation. So basically I need a powered usb hub and a usb 3.0 for the best experience including 2 player? I happen to have a hub lying about so this is good if so
simandoo08/06/2019 00:56

Ah thanks for this explanation. So basically I need a powered usb hub and …Ah thanks for this explanation. So basically I need a powered usb hub and a usb 3.0 for the best experience including 2 player? I happen to have a hub lying about so this is good if so


Yes, you can do this - though USB drive (and hub) compatibility can be a major pain. The only way you'll know is to try it.

2.0 drives generally work better, but most drives 64gb and below will be okay. Some just won't work at all however.

The better way is to buy an OTG adapter and plug the USB into the back of the PS Classic, not using the hub at all. But since you have the hub, you might as well try that first as it saves the cost of an OTG adapter. It's just a bit more messy I guess.
buliztik06/06/2019 22:46

Its USB 2 as well so it is indeed perfect for either the front of the ps …Its USB 2 as well so it is indeed perfect for either the front of the ps classic or in an OTG adapter if using something like bleemsync. Has OP used this specific stick? Only ask as bleemsync can be particular on what brand stick you have but I know scandisk sticks are usually fine having tested a 32gb Cruzer and a USB 3 version of this same stick.


Do you need all 32gb or can you use an 8gb?
Thanks in advance
usernameinalid08/06/2019 09:35

Do you need all 32gb or can you use an 8gb?Thanks in advance


You can use as small as you want, it just depends how many games you want on it at the same time. Max size for a PS1 game would be 700mb. But most are less.
usernameinalid08/06/2019 09:35

Do you need all 32gb or can you use an 8gb?Thanks in advance


Depends how greedy you are bleemsync 1.1 makes it super easy to transfer games so size shouldn't matter for the ps classic but I kinda like to pile on all my games. I'm also not sure what happens to the save stated when you take the games off and maybe put them back on again, I'm guessing they stay on the USB stick.
simandoo08/06/2019 00:56

Ah thanks for this explanation. So basically I need a powered usb hub and …Ah thanks for this explanation. So basically I need a powered usb hub and a usb 3.0 for the best experience including 2 player? I happen to have a hub lying about so this is good if so


I would say it would be the best experience and as @Istanbul_Kop pointed out as most unique setups and combinations of kits cannot be individually tested by devs its going to have to be trial and error.

If it helps I have find Sandisk usbs work fine and this adapter:

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buliztik08/06/2019 11:44

Depends how greedy you are bleemsync 1.1 makes it super easy …Depends how greedy you are bleemsync 1.1 makes it super easy to transfer games so size shouldn't matter for the ps classic but I kinda like to pile on all my games. I'm also not sure what happens to the save stated when you take the games off and maybe put them back on again, I'm guessing they stay on the USB stick.


I was going to use Bleemsync, but it installs a payload to the hardware which I don't want. I just wanted it softmodded via the USB.
superfreddy08/06/2019 12:46

I was going to use Bleemsync, but it installs a payload to the hardware …I was going to use Bleemsync, but it installs a payload to the hardware which I don't want. I just wanted it softmodded via the USB.


That is true, but as soon as the USB comes out it goes back to the usual UI.

Was actually testing this to see if the sound fx comes back for the stock game's save points issue I mentioned previously. Metal Gear Solid seemed fine, but Tekken 3 didn't so there is still some kinks to work out for bleemsync.
buliztik08/06/2019 11:44

Depends how greedy you are bleemsync 1.1 makes it super easy …Depends how greedy you are bleemsync 1.1 makes it super easy to transfer games so size shouldn't matter for the ps classic but I kinda like to pile on all my games. I'm also not sure what happens to the save stated when you take the games off and maybe put them back on again, I'm guessing they stay on the USB stick.


so that's fine, cheers
Istanbul_Kop08/06/2019 10:18

You can use as small as you want, it just depends how many games you want …You can use as small as you want, it just depends how many games you want on it at the same time. Max size for a PS1 game would be 700mb. But most are less.


Cheers thanks for replying
buliztik08/06/2019 13:27

That is true, but as soon as the USB comes out it goes back to the usual …That is true, but as soon as the USB comes out it goes back to the usual UI.Was actually testing this to see if the sound fx comes back for the stock game's save points issue I mentioned previously. Metal Gear Solid seemed fine, but Tekken 3 didn't so there is still some kinks to work out for bleemsync.


Does the save/sound issue only happen when playing the stock games via Bleemsync?

If so, why not just download the stock games onto the USB?
Or just play the stock games without the USB installed?
superfreddy08/06/2019 14:20

Does the save/sound issue only happen when playing the stock games via …Does the save/sound issue only happen when playing the stock games via Bleemsync?If so, why not just download the stock games onto the USB?Or just play the stock games without the USB installed?


The save/sound issue seems to vary when playing stock games without bleemsync essentially.

Yeee was thinking of getting the same games again as some like Tekken 3 is PAL so an NTSC version will be hopefully be an improvement! Just annoying that I'll have the same games twice but that's the stock ps classic in a nutshell, annoying
buliztik08/06/2019 14:27

The save/sound issue seems to vary when playing stock games without …The save/sound issue seems to vary when playing stock games without bleemsync essentially.Yeee was thinking of getting the same games again as some like Tekken 3 is PAL so an NTSC version will be hopefully be an improvement! Just annoying that I'll have the same games twice but that's the stock ps classic in a nutshell, annoying


You can hide the stock games though when you're playing on Bleemsync?
@buliztik pm me
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Would the 64gb version be ok as this one is now oos
rodollie09/06/2019 18:43

Would the 64gb version be ok as this one is now oos


Yeah would be fine
Its all a bit complex for me. I just want the easiest way, without extra adaptors and cables if possible?

Can I buy the 64gb version of this and plug and play?
Edited by: "timwishart" 11th Jun
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