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Old September 11th, 2012, 08:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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so 64GB works on the Note?
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Yes but the Note does not have native SDXC support as it uses exFat. So 32GB Class 10 SDHC is the biggest/fastest native Fat32 supported card. If you don't need the speed you can even get the 128GB version. The only con is that if and when the card dies you will lose a great deal more data. Also when backing up that much data to a cloud service it will cost you.
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Yes but the Note does not have native SDXC support as it uses exFat. So 32GB Class 10 SDHC is the biggest/fastest native Fat32 supported card. If you don't need the speed you can even get the 128GB version. The only con is that if and when the card dies you will lose a great deal more data. Also when backing up that much data to a cloud service it will cost you.
I've never seen a 128GB micro SD card. Can you direct me to one so I may buy it immediately?
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I paid $130 just a few months ago..lol
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so 64GB works on the Note?
Yes, i have a 64GB sandisk MicroSD card in mine.
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I've never seen a 128GB micro SD card. Can you direct me to one so I may buy it immediately?

Sorry i mistook the SD for Micro for which the max currently available is 64GB.
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Hopefully since these are getting cheap they're starting to make 128GB ones.
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