1. vlfifthdawnlv's Avatar
    I'm debating whether to get a 32 gb or 64 gb micro sd card. I'm new to sd cards and done some research but it seems the 64 gb either works well or had a lot of problems for some people.

    I'm prioritizing reliability over size. Does the 32gb micro sd have same problems as 64 or is just a 64 gb thing?
    05-06-2013 10:26 AM
  2. JasW's Avatar
    I don't necessarily think size can be equated with potential reliability. I have a 64GB SanDisk which has proven reliable. If you want a 64GB, get a 64GB.
    05-06-2013 10:38 AM
  3. mmohn01's Avatar
    Yes it will support it. Make sure you get class 10.

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    05-06-2013 10:52 AM
  4. rankar7's Avatar
    I'm debating whether to get a 32 gb or 64 gb micro sd card. I'm new to sd cards and done some research but it seems the 64 gb either works well or had a lot of problems for some people.

    I'm prioritizing reliability over size. Does the 32gb micro sd have same problems as 64 or is just a 64 gb thing?
    The Note2 does support 64gb. I would go with a kingston 64gb class 10 because of known issues with sandisk 32gb/64gb class 10. See the acknowledgement by sandisk to the manufacturing defects in the attached article.

    SanDisk cops to malfunctioning Micro SDs in Galaxy S3s ? The Register
    05-06-2013 10:59 AM
  5. Mark Morrison's Avatar
    I'm debating whether to get a 32 gb or 64 gb micro sd card. I'm new to sd cards and done some research but it seems the 64 gb either works well or had a lot of problems for some people.

    I'm prioritizing reliability over size. Does the 32gb micro sd have same problems as 64 or is just a 64 gb thing?
    I believe there's a bit of an issue with knockoff SanDisk Class 10 64gb cards. Most people I know with fried cards paid far less than market value for theirs. I paid $85 for my card from a reputable importer and haven't had an issue.

    But I follow all the safe procedures as well. Power off the phone before removing the card. If you're connected via USB and the computer is slow reading the card, disconnect. If a program seems to be corrupting files on your card, uninstall the program. Stuff like that.
    namtaffy likes this.
    05-07-2013 12:24 AM

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