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Clone SD Card using OSX 10.4

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I have a bootable SD card which I use in an android tablet. Its an 8gb card and I would like to clone it onto a larger card. I am familiar with how to create a disk image file of the 8gb card on my Mac. Beyond that I'm not sure how to proceed. I need help getting the 8gb card image including partitioning, formatting, etc. I appreciate the help. Thanks!
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