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Old April 10th, 2010, 02:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know the maximum SD card capacity for the Evo?

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Old April 10th, 2010, 02:18 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I wonder if a firmware update will allow for larger capacities (ie 64GB) later on? hmmm
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I wonder if a firmware update will allow for larger capacities (ie 64GB) later on? hmmm
We will probably all be running the EVO 3 by the time 64Gb MicroSD's are mass produced and not more expensive than our subsidized phones!
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Does anyone know the maximum SD card capacity for the Evo?
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You know, I was going to say something this morning...... but didn't because I didn't wanna seem paranoid lol.
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I wonder if a firmware update will allow for larger capacities (ie 64GB) later on? hmmm
It might depend on hardware support... currently microSD supports up to 4GB, and microSDHC support from 4GB to 32GB. MicroSDXC may be required for capacities beyond 32GB. I do not know what the EVO 4G supports hardware wise, but I just wanted to point out that firmware is just one part of the equation to support 64GB and higher capacities.

Note: I have not seen an microSDXC cards anywhere, but microSD is just a sub-format of SD cards and SDXC cards are currently being produced for newer digital cameras.
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There were some firmware / driver updates for older SD card readers that allowed them to address SDHC cards. My old IBM laptop shipped with a reader that was SD ready, but later had an update that allowed it to read > 2GB cards. I believe it was the same with my PPC-6700 phone that I had before my touch pro.

Assuming the electrical contacts are the same on SDXC cards are the same as SDHC, it's feasible that a driver update could allow use of SDXC.

If it's a different physical pinout on the new cards, then no amount of driver updates will fix it
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hello, this is iowa of the future. im loving my htc evo 5g webos/android hybrid. microsd has been out dated. it is now nanosd, and has a current capacity of 1tb.



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hello, this is iowa of the future. im loving my htc evo 5g webos/android hybrid. microsd has been out dated. it is now nanosd, and has a current capacity of 1tb.



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they'll probably have new phones first
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Default What is the biggest SD card the Evo 4G will recognize?

I have read the full manual, call Sprint and still do not have an answer.
What is the largest size SD card the Evo 4G will recognize?
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Old January 3rd, 2012, 10:23 PM   #20 (permalink)
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32GB Micro SD Card.
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Anyone up to try it?

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B006L7510U/ref=mp_s_a_11?qid=1327698696&sr=8-11

Seems to work on quite a few phones.
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Old January 27th, 2012, 10:15 PM   #23 (permalink)
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I just bought a 32gb class 10 micro sdhc off of amazon for $50.00...Luxor? was the name...working awesome..

Found it...Lexar High Speed MicroSDHC 32 GB Class 10 Flash Memory Card with Reader LSDMI32GBSBNAR
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