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    Default 64 GIG External Compatability Confirmed

    As listed on the Samsung site, the Sprint model is shown as being compatible with up to a 64 GB card.
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    Confirmed?

    Since when was this device wasn't compatible?

    Did they confirm it makes calls too?
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    Default Re: 64 GIG External Compatability Confirmed

    If you had been reading Rico you'd have noted that Sprint has been saying all along that 32 GB cards were the max.

    Why should it make calls as most of you don't make calls anyway with their PHONES
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    Default Re: 64 GIG External Compatability Confirmed

    Quote Originally Posted by jfenton View Post
    If you had been reading Rico you'd have noted that Sprint has been saying all along that 32 GB cards were the max.

    Why should it make calls as most of you don't make calls anyway with their PHONES

    and when did Sprint start making microsd cards? Unless Sprint blocks it via software, they have nothing to do with it's support.

    The OS and Hardware have always supported this size and it supports even larger sizes too.

    Or it can just be like Nexus and not include a reader at all. It doesn't support 64 gb cards, for sure.


    Sprint says , lol
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    Default Re: 64 GIG External Compatability Confirmed

    Link?
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    Default Re: 64 GIG External Compatability Confirmed

    Specs - Sprint Cell Phones SPH-L710 | Samsung Cell Phones At the bottom it says it supports up to 64.

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