1. zaydabarber's Avatar
    SD card

    at&t note4 &gear 2
    Attached Thumbnails have anyone used this 64 mic SD card if so did you have any problems out of it-screenshot_2015-05-25-16-57-15.jpg  
    05-25-2015 03:59 PM
  2. anon(5719825)'s Avatar
    I have not and I would be worried about buying it. On the other hand, it is only $10 so it's not a ton of money wasted if the card ends up not working out.

    I would not trust putting anything on it that you don't have backed up elsewhere for a few months just to be safe.

    Are there any reviews listed for it? What do they say if there are?
    05-25-2015 04:21 PM
  3. Rukbat's Avatar
    Can't tell what brand it is (AT&T doesn't make SD cards). I buy SanDisk (I paid only $25 for my SanDisk 64GB SDXC card) - and in a couple of decades (I started using them soon after they first came on the market) the only one I ever had a problem with was a microSD card that I cracked in half. My 256MB full size card still works (It's too small to be useful for much these days, but it's so far outlived its warranty that I consider it free.)

    (BTW, if you're buying large cards, you want SDXC, not SDHC.)
    05-25-2015 04:24 PM
  4. sparksd's Avatar
    Frankly, I wouldn't touch it unless I didn't care if it failed or not when I used it. If you really care about it being dependable, use a known brand purchased from a reputable vendor. Too many horror stories of cheap knock-offs (or downright counterfeits) bought on ebay or elsewhere that failed after short usage.
    05-25-2015 05:28 PM
  5. Rick Bawaan's Avatar
    I've tried the gamut of 'inexpensive' no-name brands and brand cards. Though I've been able to use these clone cards, they are with caveats. They will either a) not work out of the box b) mostly work but my phone will have random issues. Things like being unable to write large amounts of data without the card overheating and shutting down the phone. These clone cards also tend to have slower read/write speeds compared to the better known vendor cards.

    I'd keep an eye out for good deals for brand cards. I've used Kingston, Sandisk, and Samsung card successfully. The Samsung is in my Note 4 (Verizon) and the performance for that card is improved over the older Sandisk card.
    05-25-2015 06:04 PM
  6. cwbcpa's Avatar
    I wouldn't do it. You can get a 64gb Samsung SD card for $24 on Amazon. Is it really worth saving $14? I would rather spend a few extra bucks and buy from a reputable company.

    Sent from my Note 4
    05-25-2015 06:37 PM
  7. sqa4life's Avatar
    I'd rater spend $10 on one item that I can use, rather than 10 items for 10 bucks that I never used.
    I,về been using the Samsung 64mg SD card for awhile without issue.

    Buy from trusted brand and don't have to worry.
    05-25-2015 07:33 PM

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