1. thefattexan's Avatar
    if you plan to use a 64gb sd card with the samsung galaxy s3(all models), then you need to find a class 4 and lower micro sd card. the class 10 cards that you find on market easily are not suited for any mobile device. tablet or phone. the class 6 and up are meant for cameras and computers. running a class 6 and up card could damage your device. so make sure you check the class rating when using an sd card.
    09-30-2012 02:40 AM
  2. geekymcfly's Avatar
    Thanks for the advice

    "may the odds be in your favor"
    10-02-2012 11:09 PM
  3. xKrNMBoYx's Avatar
    if you plan to use a 64gb sd card with the samsung galaxy s3(all models), then you need to find a class 4 and lower micro sd card. the class 10 cards that you find on market easily are not suited for any mobile device. tablet or phone. the class 6 and up are meant for cameras and computers. running a class 6 and up card could damage your device. so make sure you check the class rating when using an sd card.
    So why and how can a higher class card damage your device? It's not like the phone can use the full power of the card anyways as the speed of the sd card is bottlenecked by the quality/performance of the reader in the phone.
    dyingjedi likes this.
    10-03-2012 12:58 AM
  4. ghostriderz85's Avatar
    Untrue

    Sent from my SGH-T999 using Android Central Forums
    10-09-2012 08:18 PM
  5. HalizDad's Avatar
    Extremely untrue
    10-19-2012 01:09 PM
  6. Uncle Louie's Avatar
    Don't know where you got this info from, but it is incorrect. Class refers to the read/write speeds.

    It is advised to not use a lower rating than listed on your device.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_Digital
    dyingjedi likes this.
    10-19-2012 01:20 PM
  7. SebasCvdB's Avatar
    So full of sh*t this post. Higher class does not make it dangerous to any device. Is it like Class MacGuyver?
    dyingjedi likes this.
    11-16-2012 05:15 PM
  8. Robert White1's Avatar
    if you plan to use a 64gb sd card with the samsung galaxy s3(all models), then you need to find a class 4 and lower micro sd card. the class 10 cards that you find on market easily are not suited for any mobile device. tablet or phone. the class 6 and up are meant for cameras and computers. running a class 6 and up card could damage your device. so make sure you check the class rating when using an sd card.
    You should not post anything you do not KNOW about! That is soooooooooooooooo UNTRUE !
    I have had my 64GB Sandisk MicroSD Class 10 for over a year, and it works FINE! 12 Movies and tons of pictures, never skipped a bit!
    You might consider to go playing in traffic!
    dyingjedi and Horr1bleK1tten like this.
    01-01-2013 12:52 AM

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