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Tips Samsung i5700 support for micro SDHC cards?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by globetrotterdk, Feb 27, 2010.

  1. globetrotterdk

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    Does anyone know if the i5700 supports micro SDHC cards? The only documentation I have been able to find is on the box, and it only mentions micro SD cards.
     

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    Yes, it does, up to 32GB. I think the "HC" = High Capacity = over 4GB.
     
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    Hmmm. I have a class 4, 8 GB, Kingston micro SDHC, that I use in my SanDisk Sansa player. It works fine in the player. My i5700 seems to recognize the card when I put it in the slot (the "no SD card" icon disappears), but there seems no way for me to access my music files and the default player app just sits there and looks stupid. No scan, no prompt for my music files, no nothing.
     
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    i'm using a 16gb sandisk card in my i5700 with no problems.
     
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    Did you have to reformat the card with it in the phone?
     
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    no, the 16gb card already hady had loads of music on it as it was in my last phone. i just put it into the i5700 and it was recognized fine.

    i think cards need to be formatted to FAT32
     
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    I just put in a 16G mirco SCHC in mine yesterday and it's working fine. It's only a class 2, but still working fine.
     

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