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Support Storage: Moving from Rezound to Inc4G (help please)

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by pank, Aug 25, 2012.

  1. pank

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    Short version of my story....
    Been through 5 Rezound replacements and every one I've had issues with. The latest issue is that I have to put a small piece of tape over the noise canceling mic / because if I don't people say the phone sounds horrible.

    Now my question: I'm under the impression that the Inc 4g only comes with 16GB of total storage... I'd like to have 32GB, can anybody suggest a really good SD card?
    Here is what I have been looking at, I'd like to stay in the $20-30... Thanks in advance. Curious, will a corporate Verizon store price match Amazon or BB??

    Amazon.com: sandisk 32gb micro phone: Electronics
     

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    According to the spec sheets:

    8 GB internal storage, raw hardware
    4.8 MB internal storage, available to user
    1 GB RAM

    ...but adding an SD card can give you more. It DOES NOT come with any additional SD card as is. Of course, you can take your existing card (if you have one in your Rezound and use it in the Dinc4g. Good news.... I've heard it will work with up to 64gb SD cards.
     
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    Thanks, like you said I'll just keep my Rez SD card.
     
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    I can confirm the 64gb SD card does work I have one.
     
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