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Old September 23rd, 2011, 05:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Talking Sandisk 64GB micro SDXC cards - confirmed working in the SGSII!

They need reformatting to Fat32 in the device itself, but after that it works fine. Even works in my Galaxy S on Froyo, and my stock HTC Sensation - I suspect it will work in most SDHC compatible devices.

I've already nearly filled the card, oh well... look forward to 128GB cards next year? Better start saving now...

Lots more detail with benchmarks and so forth at AndroidNZ: Sandisk 64GB Micro SDXC cards confirmed WORKING in Galaxy S II, HTC Sensation, Galaxy S

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That's good to know. My 32GB getting filled up with cr*p and I thought that was the max. No need to think should I download that or not now.
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Old September 23rd, 2011, 11:48 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Yep, mine had only 19MB free when this one arrived! Oh, and I can also confirm that it works in my ASUS Transformer too...
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Old September 24th, 2011, 05:29 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Yep, I read on wiki a while ago they were compatibile, so not supprised they work.

Thanks for confirming.
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No worries, I know a couple of people have confirmed it already, but you know how it is - some people are like "video or it never happened".
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Yeah, It's good to get confirmation from an actual person (lol).
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How did this happen?!

Sandisk's new mammoth 64GB microSDXC card undergoes some compatibility tests [VIDEO]
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nice waiting for bigger card later
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wow nice! How much did that set you back?
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That is pretty cool. If it works in the T-Mobile HTC Sensation, then it will probably work just fine in my Sprint HTC EVO 3D as well.

I wonder if my old Sprint HTC Hero would be compatible. That might be asking too much though.
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Just got my 64GB Sandisk Micro-SDXC Ultra transferring data from my old 16GB Sandisk Micro SDHC... pretty slow on writes speeds compared to 16GB card but makes up for it capacity.
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Just got my 64GB Sandisk Micro-SDXC Ultra transferring data from my old 16GB Sandisk Micro SDHC... pretty slow on writes speeds compared to 16GB card but makes up for it capacity.
When you used as mass storage mode and trying to transfer files into it. It only get 4mb/s. When it used for internal transfer between SD card and extra SD card within phone. I can have 10mb/s on my Sandisk cl10 64GB card as shown. I can't moved applications into extra SD card, prompted no enough space.
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