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Old July 24th, 2012, 01:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Here's how to use a 64 GB MicroSD card on your Android device...

It seems to be a question a lot are asking these days: Can i use a 64 GB microSD card in my Android device? The answer to this question is YES! I recently tested this theory out by using my Samsung Galaxy 4.0 media player, which features firmware version 2.3.5. I created a tutorial video of my test and i have included i below. My test proves that the 64 GB microSD card should be able ot be used on any Android 2.3.5 or higher firmware. I believe there are even those who've made it work on the lower versions of the firmware as well. Anyway, without further ado, here is the tutorial video:

How to easily use a 64 GB MicroSD card in an Android Device - YouTube

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