Yes, I'm referring to the Zmorph SD card, which shows up in the /Volumes
folder on my Mac. It also shows up in the Devices display in the Finder
windows (you may need enable this in the Finder Preferences if it doesn't
I was able to copy all the files in this folder to my Mac home directory
and then download and install the microcode update and config file
on the SD card. After doing that and power cycling the Zmorph and
unplugging/replugging the USB cable, the new microcode booted, and
now I'm able to use an external SD card by writing gcode files to it,
and using the "Play" menu item on the Zmorph. (I bought a little Ativa
USB card reader that plugs into my Mac to do this). The only problem
I ran into was that I have to insert the SD card backwards in the Zmorph,
with the back facing me when I'm in front of it. This was a little counter-intuitive,
but works great.
Hope this helps.