04-10-2019 05:28 AM
Hi,I guess the SD card thing is no absoulute standard is adhered to like usb and usb sticks some work in some devices others dont like usb cables some work some don't t usb 2,3 are supposed to be backward compatible some devices are some arn't some usb hubs and pcie cards are some arn't he market is not controlled properly if all these things had to be certified we would not get this issue or it would be rare note case being you won't get your gopro to connect via usb 3 none of my ports do and there are intel etron nec nor will a usb 3 cable work even if hooked to a usb 2 port so there you go 4 different usb 3 sticks to find one compatible with my sony head unit most usb 2 worked fine but I wanted to be able to transfer music to them fast not like watching paint dry like the gopro using outdated usb 2 with 4k files silly but I think this is due to no controller chip available that supports usb 3 well I couldent find one they would have had to design one or get it fabricated or have it in the main processor
04-10-2019 05:50 AM
04-10-2019 06:12 AM
Hi,heres a link but note the always on bit
I did actually come across another one but can't find it I'm sure a different usb controller chip was present in that youtube post
04-10-2019 01:49 PM
If you don't have a battery on the GoPro the clock/date will be reset, and you'll have to manually configure it when you put the battery back in. So it is definitely not a solution for me. I personally don't mind battery drain that is predictible (2-5% per day)..... what kills me is completely battery drain (from 100% to 0%) in a short period of time (overnight, or a few hours). I've seen complete battery drain in just 2 hours.