iFlash-Quad

iFlash-Quad

£35

Quad MicroSD Adapter
In Stock

SKU: QUAD
EAN: 5060516110063

Description

iFlash-QUAD

Quad MicroSD Adapter for the iPod

For those seeking solid state storage capabilities for their iPod, the iFlash-Quad allows you to install and use MicroSD cards.

Automatic quad mode adapter – use with 1 MicroSD card in standard mode and 2 or 3 or 4 MicroSD cards in mixed JBOD (Just a Bunch Of Disks) mode for even greater storage capacity.

Mix and Match any MicroSD cards, you are free to mix any size and any brand to achieve your iPod needs (see known working list for recommended cards).

Intelligent power management with much lower power consumption than the original Hard drive, longer runtimes and quicker user interface.

Simple plug & play installation – iPod works as before just much better !

iFlash-Quad Angle

iFlash-Quad Angle

iFlash-Quad Side

iFlash-Quad Side

iFlash-Quad Bottom

iFlash-Quad Bottom

Features

  • Thin profile – only 2mm thick
  • Quad Mode Adapter – use 1 or 2 or 3 or 4 MicroSD cards to fit with your storage requirements
  • DDK Zif Connector – Gold plated and perfectly matches the Apple HDD Ribbon
  • SMK MicroSD – High quality Japanese made connectors
  • SD / SDHC / SDXC / UHS-1 U1 & U3 Card Compatible

Compatibility

IMPORTANT: Read iFlash Compatibility Chart for iPod model specific limitations

  • iPod 5g Video 30Gb, 60Gb
  • iPod 5.5g Video 30Gb, 80Gb
  • iPod 6g Classic 80Gb, 120Gb, 160Gb *Model limited to maximum of 128Gb
  • iPod 7g Classic 160Gb (late 2009)

Installation

Installation Guide

SD Cards

User Reported working SD cards (updated: 10th October 2019)

General Notes:

All modern UHS-I U1 and U3 cards will generally work ok – we have yet to discover any card that does not work. We suggest buying the fastest card in your budget as they tend to have faster access times and better quality memory chips.

Tip: MicroSD market is full of fake and mislabeled cards – try to purchase cards which the seller has obtained directly from the manufacturer. Bewary of cheap, high capacity cards – If it looks too good to be true – then it is fake! We always suggest testing the SD card fully using something like H2Testw.

Fullsize SD cards as reported by other iFlash users :-

  • 64Gb SDXC Class 10 7DayShop
  • 64Gb SDXC Class 10 Busbi
  • 64Gb SDXC Class 10 Centon
  • 64Gb SDXC Class 10 Lexar
  • 64Gb SDXC Class 10 Platinum
  • 64Gb SDXC Class 10 PNY Elite Performance
  • 64Gb SDXC Class 10/UHS-I Qumox
  • 64Gb SDXC UHS-I (U3) Sandisk Extreme
  • 64Gb SDXC UHS-I/Class 10 600x Transcend
  • 128Gb SDXC UHS-I 7dayshop Rapid-Pro SD 45MB/s
  • 128Gb SDXC Class10 Kingston (Random Skipping problems Not recommended)
  • 128Gb SDXC UHS-I Kingston SDA10/128GB (Since Jan 2016 reports of faulty cards or failure on use)
  • 128Gb SDXC Class10/UHS-I 600x Komputerbay
  • 128Gb SDXC Class10/UHS-I Lexar 400x
  • 128Gb SDXC Class10 Patriot Memory LX Series
  • 128Gb SDXC Patriot EX Series
  • 128Gb SDXC UHS-I (U1) PNY High Performance
  • 128Gb SDXC UHS-I (U1) PNY Elite Performance
  • 128Gb SDXC UHS-I (U3) PNY Elite Performance
  • 128Gb SDXC UHS-I Qumox
  • 128Gb SDXC UHS-I 80Mb/s Ramozz
  • 128Gb SDXC Class10 Sandisk
  • 128Gb SDXC UHS-I (U3) Sandisk Extreme (Aug 2019: Reports of issues with some V30 version of these cards)
  • 128Gb SDXC Class10 Transcend 30MB/s 200x (Random Skipping problems Not recommended)
  • 128Gb SDXC UHS-I Verbatim 44025
  • 128Gb SDXC Wintec Filemate Pro Plus
  • 256Gb SDXC UHS-I Kingston SDA10/256GB (Since Jan 2016 reports of faulty cards or failure on use)
  • 256Gb SDXC UHS-I (U3) Komputerbay Professional
  • 256Gb SDXC UHS-I 400x Lexar (Ok – Not recommended)
  • 256Gb SDXC UHS-I 600x Lexar (Ok – Not recommended)
  • 256Gb SDXC UHS-I (U1) 633x Lexar
  • 256Gb SDXC UHS-II (U3) 1000x Lexar
  • 256Gb SDXC UHS-I (U1) PNY Elite Performance
  • 256Gb SDXC UHS-I (U3) PNY Elite Performance
  • 256Gb SDXC UHS-I (U3) Sandisk Extreme Pro (Aug 2019: Reports of issues with some V30 version of these cards)
  • 256Gb SDXC UHS-I (U3) Sony High Speed (SF-G2UX2)
  • 512Gb SDXC UHS-I (U1) Kingston SDA10/512GB
  • 512Gb SDXC Lexar Professional 633x UHS-I (U3)
  • 512Gb SDXC UHS-I (U3) PNY Elite Performance
  • 512Gb SDXC UHS-I (U3) Sandisk Extreme Pro 

Micro SD cards as reported by other iFlash users :-

  • 64Gb UHS-I U3 Integral UltimaPRO v30
  • 64Gb UHS-I Samsung EVO
  • 64Gb UHS-I Sandisk Ultra
  • 128Gb UHS-I (U3) Integral UltimaPRO v30
  • 128Gb UHS-I Patriot LX Series
  • 128Gb UHS-I (U1) PNY Elite (P-SDU128U185EL-GE)
  • 128Gb UHS-I Samsung EVO
  • 128Gb UHS-I (U3) Samsung EVO 100MB/s
  • 128Gb UHS-I Sandisk Ultra
  • 128Gb UHS-I Toshiba Exceria (works ok but slow write speeds – so long syncing times!)
  • 128GB UHS-I (U1) Transcend
  • 200Gb UHS-I (U1) SanDisk Ultra
  • 200Gb UHS-I (U1) A1 SanDisk Ultra
  • 256Gb UHS-I U3 Integral UltimaPRO v30
  • 256GB UHS-I (U3) Samsung EVO
  • 256GB UHS-I (U3) V30 A2 Sandisk Extreme Plus
  • 400Gb UHS-I (U1) A1 Sandisk Ultra
  • 400GB UHS-I (U3) V30 A2 Sandisk Extreme
  • 512GB UHS-I (U3) V30 A1 Integral
  • 512GB UHS-I (U3) V30 A2 Lexar High Performance 633x
  • 512GB UHS-I (U3) Samsung Evo Select (Green)