Support Max gb MicroSD in HTC Desire HD?

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  1. Mr.RS4

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    What are maximum size MicroSD card in HTC Desire HD?
     

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  2. arlrb

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    32gb, I don't think there's any bigger at the moment.
    Should be able to take more when they produce them though.
     
  3. dvhttn

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    32GB is the maximum microsdhc they can produce under the SD specs. Anything above this will be a 'SDXC'. See Why Do microSD Cards Have a Maximum 32GB capacity?

    Dave
     
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  4. SpencerUk

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    32GB, and if you go in the official accessories thread...found one at
     
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  8. NZtechfreak

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    I've seen quite a few gullible hopefuls buying cheap ones on Ebay at other forums, all were fake.
     
  9. karnka

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    I think it would be unusual to get one for anything close to that price.
     
  10. The Hoff

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    I ordered this one, mainly because it is a Class 6 card:

    Lexar 16GB MicroSDHC Card - with Reader | Ebuyer.com

    It's the best card capacity/class for the money I could find (all of the 32GB cards seem to be Class 2/4). I hope the Class 6 nature of the card will speed up my transfer rates via USB, which on my Windows 7 VAIO seem to float at around 3mb/s on the stock Class 2 card, in theory the Lexar should pump that up to at least 6mb/s, especially helpful when playing SD/HD DIVX from the SD using Vplayer.

    Will report back after my purchase.
     
  11. Bloodguard

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    I bought an 8gb from Ebay previously and it was fine. Ordered the 32Gb one now so will report on it when I finally get my DHD!!

    Mark
     
  12. karnka

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    Not saying that everything you buy on ebay is going to be fake, I actually buy a lot of things there.

    Though expecting to get a 32GB SD card for ~
     
  13. The Hoff

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    Indeed, especially as it is so so easy to hex edit the cards.. pick a number, any number. If you do get a 32GB card, fill it with 32GB of media - Windows/Android will (mis)report whatever number the 'hacker' wants.

    My guess is they are in fact C2/C4 16GB cards. The moment you go over 16GB, you'll get a nice fat file write error.
     
  14. karnka

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    Sounds like a fair assessment to me.
     
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  16. SpencerUk

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    Got quite a few round the house, good as any to me :)

    Not had any corruption issues with my fuji camera

     
  17. Mr.RS4

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    Ok.
    But if there will be 64gb cards(some day there will be 64gb cards?), would HTC support it? No limitations for HTC???
     
  18. dvhttn

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    Please read my link above which answers your question!

    Dave
     
  19. Mr.RS4

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    Ok, I see. Thanks for info.

    But will HTC be compatible with microSDXC sometime?
     
  20. SpencerUk

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    Email HTC and find out ;)
     
  21. dvhttn

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    ... then let us all know .... :D

    Dave
     
  22. Mr.RS4

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    Ok, mail sent.

    Whating for answeer :)
     
  23. Mr.RS4

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    Then HTC have replay me, just a 1 or 2 hour, and they was answeer me :)
    Very very impressive :)

    I asked HTC about HTC Desire HD(and other HTC) will support microSDXC, or more then 32Gb storage.
    If not, would they support microSDXC / more then 32Gb storage if HTC make fimware update later.

    HTC`s answeer

    Thank you for your email regarding the HTC Desire HD. We can certainly understand your concerns and wanting to use the device to the fullest. Currently, the specifications of the Desire SD do not have compatibility for SDXC. The phone is only currently compatible with SDHC microSD cards to a capacity of 32GB. We, unfortunately, do have any devices that have higher capactiy.


    Again I am very impressive about fast answeer in a week end :)
     
  24. SpencerUk

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    Considering they have said Desire SD, I doubt emails get verified before they get sent haha.

    Theres no real need to switch just yet anyway as most people don't load there phones with music and record like mad either...When the time comes, you can be sure HTC will make the switch :)
     
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