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San disk memory card?

I bought a san disk memory card for my phone and it came with a big one to where you connect the small one to the big one and the big one to my computer but i cant any where on my computer where you can connect... So where am i suppose to connect it do i have to buy something else?

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Yes you have to buy something, it is called a memory card reader and writer.

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