Sand Disk for S3
A small question - I have heard of many problems from people trying to work with a 64GB microsd on the S3.
Should i buy a 32 or a 64 GB card?
A 64GB card may fail (thus burning my money)?
Is there a way to load files greater than 4GB and the S3 will read them properly - such as movies etc.?
Thanks in advance!
Re: Sand Disk for S3
It's hard to know what the percent failure rate of those 64 GB cards is, but people do seem to complain more about them on this forum than about smaller cards. If you want to be safe, go for a 32 GB card. I think the 4 GB file limit is due to the FAT32 format of the SD card.