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Old February 27th, 2014, 02:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Can this bad boy handle the new Sandisk 128GB microsd card?

We've posted a big list of phones and tablets it should work in, and the incredible is on there!

List of phones that work with 128GB MicroSDXC card by SanDisk?
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We've posted a big list of phones and tablets it should work in, and the incredible is on there!

List of phones that work with 128GB MicroSDXC card by SanDisk?
gonna have to disagree with ya boss man, when you click on the droid incredible using their tool, the 128MB card is not listed:

SanDisk | Product Compatibility Tool

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I thought the Dinc had a 32g sd limit. But hey, it's been some time since I've used one.
Storage is a good thing though. 128g would be some kind of sweet.
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the 128 just aint gonna work, plain and simple. I might be wrong, but I doubt it. Let us all know if it actually works lol
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the 128 just aint gonna work, plain and simple. I might be wrong, but I doubt it. Let us all know if it actually works lol
it does work
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