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Old September 26th, 2012, 05:36 PM   #51 (permalink)
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well i have returned my 64gb card and now have a 32gb sdhc card, this now works fine straight out the box.

oddly enough both the american and uk samsung site both say the unit only supports up to 32gb as well which is odd seems most of the review sites show it as 64gb, maybe samsung changed their minds about the capacity once they realised a lot of people would have issues with 64gb cards.

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Old September 26th, 2012, 11:05 PM   #52 (permalink)
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Still... I have had no issues after the firmware update.
and if you go to the Samsung Note 10.1 specific website it says 64 GB.

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Hello there.. I had a few question i would like to ask you guys.. hope you lots can help me with it..

Im too confused about the type of micro sd card to use.. i have seen a lot of sites and it just makes me confusing.. so here is my question

I got this 64GB MICRO SD SDHC MEMORY CARD CLASS 10 for my galaxy note 2 and i was wondering if there any possibility that it wouldnt work and how could I resolve it..

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Hello there.. I had a few question i would like to ask you guys.. hope you lots can help me with it..

Im too confused about the type of micro sd card to use.. i have seen a lot of sites and it just makes me confusing.. so here is my question

I got this 64GB MICRO SD SDHC MEMORY CARD CLASS 10 for my galaxy note 2 and i was wondering if there any possibility that it wouldnt work and how could I resolve it..

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It will work just fine. microSD is a standard that works on devices supporting it.
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It will work just fine. microSD is a standard that works on devices supporting it.
The point im confused is with the SDHC and SDXC.. im not sure which one will work in my galaxy note 2 !!
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The point im confused is with the SDHC and SDXC.. im not sure which one will work in my galaxy note 2 !!
SDHC is up to 32GB and SDXC is over 32GB and both will work.
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Well i got my 64 GB microSD card which is SDHC and NOT SDXC.. !! should I be worried ?
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Well i got my 64 GB microSD card which is SDHC and NOT SDXC.. !! should I be worried ?
No. The naming convention has not really been standardized.
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No. The naming convention has not really been standardized.

Ohh i hope it works.. thanks..

I have also checked some youtube videos distinguishing the differences between a SDHC and a SDXC.. and SDHC has the fat32 format.. is it something unusual ? or should i format it to exfat inorder for it to work on my samsung galaxy note II

please help me with it..
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Ohh i hope it works.. thanks..

I have also checked some youtube videos distinguishing the differences between a SDHC and a SDXC.. and SDHC has the fat32 format.. is it something unusual ? or should i format it to exfat inorder for it to work on my samsung galaxy note II

please help me with it..
A card can be formatted for any format you wish. No rules here.

The only reason why people see the difference is because any card over 32GB will be pre-formatted to exfat as that is what Wnidows likes. Windows itself, will also not allow you to format a 64GB card to FAT32 by default, yet you can use 3rd party tools to do it anyway and Windows will not do anything about it.

Stop worrying and believing every urban legend you hear/ see on YT.
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Little secret. 64gb sd cards work right out of the box since the first update :0

no need to format plug and play!

Unless you have never updated you will be able to use any micro sd card out of the box! (64gb included) :0
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I have ordered a Lexan 64GB card but I haven't received it yet so I tried the Sandisk 64GB from my S3 and it worked just fine with no issues.
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Maybe I can confuse things just a little bit more by adding my own experiences.
I'm not a computer geek by any stretch of the imagination but I bought a 64gb Sandisk SDHC memory card to use in my digital camera. I took loads of snapshots while on holiday in Thailand and every evening I took the SD card out of the camera, separated the micro SD card from the adapter and slotted the micro SD card into the Note 10.1. After a few clicks to actually find the pictures, they were all there to view, alter or delete.
I must admit that this didn't show me how much memory I had on the card but if anybody needs more than 460 pictures, maybe they should get a job at Universal Studios.
All I'm saying is that maybe it all depends on how you plan to use your SD card.
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