HI..I have my Arduino..
and I have some various other components.. jumper wires.. headers, breadboards..etc.. (caps resistors, various flavors..etc)
I have an SD card adapter with some male header pins solder to it..
I want to use a breadboard and my Arduino to read/play a simple .wav file from the SD card
My first question is:
1.) is there an easy, simple diagram (not schematic) on how to interface with an SD card to the Arduino? (I need it to a bit easier than a schematic..so I can follow what wires go where..and what resistors go where..etc..
2.) I dont have nor do I want to buy a .wav 'shield'.. I want to see/learn how to wire up the connection myself.. (at least give it a shot with your help!)
after that.. I believe I have seen some code/classes/libraries posted in public domain to use for testing.. simple button press to play specific .wav file form SD card.
I have at least tried to set it up like so.. but Im fairly certain its wrong.. and even if NOT.. not sure where to go from there?.. not looking for help on 'code' so much.. just need help 'getting' to that point. =) (maybe loading libraries and stuff..as that would be new to me as well)
much appreciated to anyone who can help here with a little hand holding for a noob.
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however some searching also provided these:
Is there a preferred library for SD cards that everyone uses? I see some older ones.. maybe the fat16 lib?