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May 1, 2015 AT 9:00 am

Pen Drive to Pen Drive Data Transfer Using Raspberry Pi @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberypi

YouTube user Svsembedded prakash posted a super handy project video on using a raspberry pi to power data transfers between pen drives.

Now day’s portability is most important. So to achieve this, we are designing such a system which can carry anywhere. Using this system we can not only transfer the data but also we can see the transfer of the particular file which we want to send by using TFT LCD display. Now a days to transfer a data between two pen drive we use PC or laptop, but it is not always possible to carry such a large device only for the data transfer. So to overcome this problem we design a system which is more compact. In our project we are transferring the data between two pen drives without using any computers or laptops. As shown in the block, whenever we insert two pen drive in to the USB port of Raspberry Pi, this can be done by giving the command to the processor. The processor indicates that the pen drive is inserted successfully till the user can not send any command to processor, the operation cannot start.

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