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General 32GB MicroSD

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by andrew8806, Jan 19, 2010.

  1. andrew8806

    andrew8806 Well-Known Member
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    Has anyone tried anything larger than a 16GB MicroSD??? Maybe a 32GB?? Will it or did it recognize it?:thinking:
     

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  2. n3fih

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    That link has everything *except* an answer to "will a 32Gb card work". I guess only us po' people who can't afford such tomfoolery, buy Erises :)
     
  3. OfTheDamned

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    It probably will with future software updates. As of right now, I believe the stated limited is 16 Gb.
     
  4. colornshape

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    The Verizon guy said a 32g card would work. From that, I can conclude two things: a 32g card will not work with this phone, and even trying one will cause sparks to shoot out of the phone, and probably make the YouTube app stop working.

    Good luck,

    Matt
     
  5. MOS95B

    MOS95B Well-Known Member
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    Sparks??? Coooooollll!!!!!

    Too bad we don't sell them at work yet.
     

  6. I put a 16 in mine the day I got the device and sparks shot out of my ears. But that's a whole different deal I guess.

    :D
     
  7. jeffyo

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    That's what I'm thinking too. I posted in another thread about this. For some reason the info from one site differs from the other on this issue. Even HTC does not really list the full tech specs into our device, so I assume it can and it's just a software limitation.
     

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