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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by sugaman1, Dec 24, 2012.

  1. sugaman1

    sugaman1 Newbie
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    I have one that I bought off Amazon and the phone reads it correct. I check the format it shows something like exFat I looked that up and it's right. But I wonder if there is a problem with coping or transfering my pics from the old card that was fat32 because some of them show up as grayed out pics after the transfer anyone else have this issue?

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  2. wraithevolution

    wraithevolution Well-Known Member

    I use a 64gb card myself and I've yet to have any problems. The format in which the card runs shouldn't have anything to do with reading pics or not as they remain the same format. I didn't know if when you said they were greyed out, if that meant on your phone or on your pc. Either way, if they are greyed out, they may have been corrupted during transfer. If you need them, try transferring them again.
  3. KOLIO

    KOLIO Guest

    Got it, no problems. Total space available, less partition : 59.4 GB
  4. Covart

    Covart Android Enthusiast

    If you are using a class 10 sandisk 64gb card, I highly recommend backing your data up to your PC at least once a week. Or use Dropsync, so anything added goes straight to the cloud.

    If you do this, you will thank me within the first 60 days. This will be your first error and indicator - SD card is damaged and all of your data will be deleted.

    I have gone back to a class 10 32gb card from Sandisk and everything is perfect.
  5. silentwitness

    silentwitness Android Expert

    i am considering upgrading to a 64gb sandisk but have not done it so far as its too expensive.
  6. wraithevolution

    wraithevolution Well-Known Member

    What does that mean? If you use a 64gb Sandisc card, it will fail within 60 days?? That's an awfully broad statement. I'm using a 64gb class 10 Sandisc for over 6 months now and mine works just fine. I still make backups of it as well but I do this with everything, doing it for years.
  7. anonuk

    anonuk Lurker

    no prob here after a month.
  8. Shotgun84

    Shotgun84 Extreme Android User

  9. phil75231

    phil75231 Well-Known Member

  10. Gomjaba

    Gomjaba Android Enthusiast

    Which one are you guys using ?
  11. Shotgun84

    Shotgun84 Extreme Android User

    Sandisk ultra sdxc uhs-1
  12. sugaman1

    sugaman1 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Yeah I think your right because for some reason I get a message that says if I go ahead and copy the files they my be corrupted. The pics show fine on my pc it's just after coping them to the phone when I go back and view them on the phone some are totaly greyed out and some even are like half greyed it's really strange. I was able to re copy them though from a backup source on a different hard drive and then they show up fine.
  13. sugaman1

    sugaman1 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    No if you can see it the pic I have up of my card it's a class 6 card though not as fast as a 10 but it's good for me I had a 16gb class 2 in before the 64gb class 6 lol so im ok with that ;)
  14. sugaman1

    sugaman1 Newbie
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  15. phil75231

    phil75231 Well-Known Member

    Sandisk 64g Class 10.

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