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Default List of phones that work with 128GB MicroSDXC card by SanDisk?

SanDisk announced a 128GB MicroSDXC card ($200) that is currently on sale at Amazon for $119. We know it will eventually work with the Galaxy S5, but an Official List of Supported devices does not exist. So we're creating an unofficial list to help AF users eager to jump on the deal.

SanDisk has a compatibility tool that we combed through, and below is a list of every single device that SanDisk currently claims is compatible with their 128GB MicroSDXC Card based on their tool.

We'll keep this list of compatible phones, tablets, and other devices up to date as AF users report back with their experience/knowledge. BUY/USE at your own risk!
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  • HTC One Max
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Glad to see mine made the list.

I didn't expect to see some of the lower end devices on there, nice.
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wow... the HTC Nexus One and Samsung Epic 4G made the list.. those are old!
seems odd to me... not sure if i believe that.. love to see this confirmed by a user.
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dont believe this list is 100% accurate, i know you can cross the htc droid incredible off the list.

edit, can cross the htc thundebolt off the list too...




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HTC Droid Incredible and Thunderbolt do list 128GB MicroSDXC support using that tool. There is a scroll bar on the right that's hard to see. Scroll down and you'll see it listed as "Other compatible SanDisk products":



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HTC Droid Incredible and Thunderbolt do list 128GB MicroSDXC support using that tool. There is a scroll bar on the right that's hard to see. Scroll down and you'll see it listed as "Other compatible SanDisk products":





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The controller in the Evo Shift is the same one found in the Desire Z.

They don't list the Evo 4G LTE and it looks like they mashed it in with the the Evo 3D as a number of tools confuse the two.
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I don't see the droid 4 listed, but the droid 2 is? That doesn't seem right. Anyone know?
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I see this list has Samsung Galaxys4 (i9505). As per the phone spec, it supposed to support external memory card of 64GB only. Then how it can support 128gb as per this post. Can anyone clarify on this. Even the same should applicable for most of other devices which are released before 2013, which have only support upto 32gb only.
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Interesting to see HTC Wildfire and Wildfire S along with a few other phones which stopped getting updates with GB 2.3.5.
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I see this list has Samsung Galaxys4 (i9505). As per the phone spec, it supposed to support external memory card of 64GB only. Then how it can support 128gb as per this post. Can anyone clarify on this. Even the same should applicable for most of other devices which are released before 2013, which have only support upto 32gb only.
at the time, they were most likely the largest cards available. Theoretically the phones should support any larger card using the same SD standard, but obviously the only way to know for sure is to try.
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at the time, they were most likely the largest cards available. Theoretically the phones should support any larger card using the same SD standard, but obviously the only way to know for sure is to try.
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I will let you guys know in a few days how it works on my Note 2; getting a review sample from Sandisk.
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Yeah, please lemme know! As the proud owner of a Note 2, I wanna know this eagerly.
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I don't see the droid 4 listed, but the droid 2 is? That doesn't seem right. Anyone know?
I contacted Sandisk about this very question:

On your website, you list the new 128 GB microSDXC card as compatible with the Motorola Droid 2, but not the Droid 4. I don't understand how this could be? I have a Droid 4 with a 64 GB SanDisk microSDXC installed and it works fine. So, what's the story? I really need to upgrade to the 128 GB on my phone. Please advise. Thanks, James

...and received the following response this morning:

Dear James,

Thanks for contacting SanDisk Technical Support. It is our goal to make sure you have all the resources you need to get the most from your product.


Please allow us to inform you that 128GB microSD cards are built to conform to the microSDXC standard and since your phone is currently working with a 64GB microSDXC card we see no reason why the 128GB microSDXC will not work; however we have not tested it so can't guarantee one way or the other.


We remain at your service for any additional information or assistance.


Best regards,

Antonia C.
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This is all governed by the memory controller.

It's true - if your controller can handle 64 GB, then you're good unless your phone is screwed up.

It's not like there are a zillion controllers here - just a few really.

Addressing is done with 2 wires - think of it as just like a network connection - so the physical pins don't change.
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Full review of testing/using Sandisk Ultra 128GB microSDXC is posted here: http://androidforums.com/samsung-galaxy-note-2/834006-review-sandisk-ultra-128gb-microsdhc-uhs-i-card-w-lots-pics.html
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They don't list the Evo 4G LTE and it looks like they mashed it in with the the Evo 3D as a number of tools confuse the two.
No surprises here. I just wanted to confirm that the SanDisk 128GB MicroSD works in both the HTC Evo 4G LTE and the HTC Evo 3D
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That tracks one-to-one to my 64 GB card.

Formatted it was just over 59 GB and cost just under $50.

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Thanks for the info.
Sounds promising that it should work. Only question is did you have to format to FAT32 on the 64gb card or is it formatted to whatever these big cards take natively?


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I contacted Sandisk about this very question:

On your website, you list the new 128 GB microSDXC card as compatible with the Motorola Droid 2, but not the Droid 4. I don't understand how this could be? I have a Droid 4 with a 64 GB SanDisk microSDXC installed and it works fine. So, what's the story? I really need to upgrade to the 128 GB on my phone. Please advise. Thanks, James

...and received the following response this morning:

Dear James,

Thanks for contacting SanDisk Technical Support. It is our goal to make sure you have all the resources you need to get the most from your product.


Please allow us to inform you that 128GB microSD cards are built to conform to the microSDXC standard and since your phone is currently working with a 64GB microSDXC card we see no reason why the 128GB microSDXC will not work; however we have not tested it so can't guarantee one way or the other.


We remain at your service for any additional information or assistance.


Best regards,

Antonia C.
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So, it looks like we throw the dice???
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Default 128g card arrives formatted exFAT

The 128gb card arrives formatted exFAT. My HTC Rezound would not recognize it. I used the utility GUIFORMAT to reformat it FAT32 with 32768 allocation unit size (the format is running now --- I didn't want to quickformat it). I believe, based on things I have read elsewhere, that it will be readable in my phone, just as my 64gb was similarly formatted. If there's any change; I'll update.

UPDATE: Guiformat worked fine and my Rezound sees 119g free on the card.
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What about the Galaxy S Relay? I'm afraid to buy the card and it doesn't work on it lol.
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Is it compatible with Xperia Z and Xperia ZR phones?
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Default It works on T-Mobile HTC G2... after a fashion

I tried the 128GB sd card in my phone and it didn't work... but I found a youtube video that explained how get most Android phones to read the 128GB sd card...

I'm new here, created this account because I wanted to share the news, so I can't post links yet... but its titled:

How to get 64GB (or 128GB) Micro SD to work on all Android devices (Galaxy Note, S2, Canvas HD...)



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I am happy to know that this SD card work with my HTC Desire phone also, so i am going to order it now without wasting much time.
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I would like to know if the 128GB Micro SD Card will work on note 8 [N5120]?
Sandisk 128GB CLASS10 UHS 1 Micro SDXC Microsdxc Micro SD Card 30MB S Ultra R2 | eBay
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I would like to know if the 128GB Micro SD Card will work on note 8 [N5120]?
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Hey Carlo, A 128GB MicroSD should work with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, although the specific model number is not listed as compatible so you should tread lightly.
A fellow member here, Drexappeal, has a Note 8 and his works with the 128GB MicroSD card (as I said before he did not mention his specific Samsung model - though I'm sure he would be glad to provide it).

Please DO NOT purchase your MicroSD card from eBay (or any flash memory for that matter). That marketplace has been known to be a hot bed for fakes and counterfeits. The risk is far too high that you may end up with a failing card or a potential knock off product.
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Amazon.com: Professional Ultra SanDisk 128GB MicroSDXC Samsung N5120 card is custom formatted for high speed, lossless recording! Includes Standard SD Adapter. (UHS-1 Class 10 Certified 30MB/sec): Computers & Accessories
how about this?
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Why would you want to pay $165 from a questionable shop named "set ship", when you can get it from Amazon directly for $100 Amazon.com: SanDisk Ultra 128GB MicroSDXC Class 10 UHS Memory Card Speed Up To 30MB/s With Adapter - SDSDQUA-128G-G46A: Computers & Accessories ?
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Works fine formatted as exFAT or FAT32 on HTC One M8.
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I see this list has Samsung Galaxys4 (i9505). As per the phone spec, it supposed to support external memory card of 64GB only. Then how it can support 128gb as per this post. Can anyone clarify on this. Even the same should applicable for most of other devices which are released before 2013, which have only support upto 32gb only.

This is just like the old SD card readers (e.g. my old Audi SatNav that "supports up to 2Gb") - it's the controller that is the issue, not the capacity. Just as how 4Gb SD cards worked in a lot of hardware that only supported "up to 2Gb", I would expect anything that is fully SDXC standard to support any size using that standard...
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