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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Hairburnr5, Oct 20, 2010.

  1. Hairburnr5

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    Just replaced my 8g SD card with a 32 g card and evo phone will not recognize MPV4 videos ???? any suggestions??
     

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    Make sure the video is 4gb or less. Some users report that anything over 2gb doesn't work
     
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    haven't tried putting videos on mine yet(probably wont have any space left pretty soon.. already 23.6GB taken up) so i can't help from experience. But my uneducated guess would have me leaning towards the read/write speeds of the card. Its a Class 2 card i believe, so that would write speeds around 2mb/s and not sure on the read. Perhaps your videos surpass these speeds? sorry if this doesnt lead you anywhere.
     
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    If it sustains those speeds, why don't they label it a Class 4 and increase the price? That just doesn't make sense unless they got lucky with one card capable of doing that.
     
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    Because it's 5.32Mb/s, not 5.32MB/s.
    Standard for class 2/4/6 requires a minimum write speed of 2/4/6MB/s.
    Class ratings is determined by the class speed which is determined by the company itself. So it's even weaker than a Class 2 in technological terms.

    How many people are actually going to know the difference? A very small percent of consumers.
    How many people are actually going to care about that? An even smaller percent of consumers.
     
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