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    Well my sd card is getting full and i have a 8gb flashdrive how can i use that to load up gecko in hbc? copy the files into the usb and plug it in? or is it more complicated?

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    from what i know. you cant do that

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    damn.

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    i dont think you can. gecko doesn't take up very much room either, so if you need to you should move some of the stuff on your sd card to your flash drive to free up some room

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