06-26-2012 08:53 AM
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  1. bdmridgback's Avatar
    I don't understand, The thread title says "SDXC", but some of you are talking about "SDHC". Are these interchangeable?

    This is the one I got sent to me...

    64gb micro sdxc mobile ultra Class 10



    From My SGS2ET4G Using Tapatalk
    06-21-2012 10:18 PM
  2. DreamSTi's Avatar
    This thread is a tease.
    06-21-2012 10:51 PM
  3. Cory Streater's Avatar
    This thread is a tease.
    At least I modified the the thread title to specify the date
    06-22-2012 01:54 AM
  4. FlatTopFoley's Avatar
    For anyone still looking for a SD card, Newegg has 32gb for 15.39 with the promo code EMCNDHH73

    Newegg.com - Team 32GB Micro SDHC Flash Card with Adapter Model TG032G0MC26A
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    06-22-2012 12:12 PM
  5. brewzer's Avatar
    Finally got my card today. Figures it would be a lcass 6 as well. However, i did notice something interesting. The model number of what I purchased and what they sent me are different. I am not sure if this is worth pursuing or if it would result in a Class 10 card but maybe I'll go into my local BB and see what's what.
    06-22-2012 04:53 PM
  6. bdmridgback's Avatar
    Finally got my card today. Figures it would be a lcass 6 as well. However, i did notice something interesting. The model number of what I purchased and what they sent me are different. I am not sure if this is worth pursuing or if it would result in a Class 10 card but maybe I'll go into my local BB and see what's what.


    I would look into that for sure. I thought that people getting the class 10 were the ones getting the wrong one but if you got a class 6 and it isnt the correct model number then go for it.

    From My SGS2ET4G Using Tapatalk
    06-22-2012 05:03 PM
  7. potenzad's Avatar
    This is the one I got sent to me...

    64gb micro sdxc mobile ultra Class 10



    From My SGS2ET4G Using Tapatalk
    I just had a chat with a Samsung tech and this is what she told me about this same card:

    You are now chatting with 'Valerina'. There will be a brief survey at the end of our chat to share feedback on my performance today.

    Your Issue ID for this chat is LTK56401224337X

    Valerina: Hi, thank you for contacting Samsung Technical Support. How may I help you today?

    Visitor: I purchased a Samsung Galaxy S III device. Question: Will it support a 64gb micro SDXC card?

    Visitor: This is the USA Verizon Wireless version.

    Valerina: I understand that you want to know the information of Micro SD card of your device. Is that correct?

    Visitor: Yes.

    Valerina: Thank you for the confirmation.

    Valerina: I will be glad to assist you.

    Valerina: May I know the model number of your phone ? You can find the model number beneath the phone's battery which generally starts with SGH, SCH or SPH .

    Visitor: It's the 32 gb Galaxy S III from Verizon. I have not received it yet--not sure of the model number.

    Valerina: I am sorry to inform you that there is no possibility to support 64 GB. However Galaxy S 3 support 32 GB.

    Visitor: Really? Why is it stated on Su

    Visitor: Why Is it stated on your website that the phone supports up to 64 gb cards?

    Valerina: Would you mind holding 3 minutes while I gather the required information on your request?

    Visitor: Yes, okay. I also need to know if the device will support a micro SDXC card.

    Valerina: Thank you.

    Valerina: Thank you for holding.

    Valerina: I am sorry for the confusion.

    Valerina: I would like to inform you that Galaxy S 3 supports 64 GB card.

    Visitor: Okay, now how about micro SDXC cards, specifically?

    Valerina: Thank you for waiting. I'll be with you in just a moment.

    Valerina: Please give me a moment while I check the information.

    Valerina: I am sorry to inform you that I have checked the information Galaxy don't support micro SDXC cards.

    Visitor: Are you certain of this.

    Valerina: Yes. I am very much sure about it.

    Visitor: Okay, thank you very much. Does Samsung sell the 64 GB memory card for my device?

    Valerina: Yes, Samsung sell it however there is dedicated voice support department.

    Valerina: For product information or assistance with ordering please call Customer Support at 1-800-757-0280 to reach a Samsung Accessory Specialist.

    Visitor: Okay thank you very much.

    Valerina: You're welcome. Is there anything else I can assist you with?

    Visitor: Not at this time, thanks

    Valerina: It was a pleasure assisting you. Thank you for contacting Samsung Technical Support. If you have a minute, please click on the blue X close button to receive a transcript of your chat and fill out a brief survey to help us serve you better. Have a wonderful day!

    Chat session has been terminated by the Samsung Agent.
    06-23-2012 10:36 AM
  8. radyoactive's Avatar
    I just had a chat with a Samsung tech and this is what she told me about this same card:

    You are now chatting with 'Valerina'. There will be a brief survey at the end of our chat to share feedback on my performance today.

    Your Issue ID for this chat is LTK56401224337X

    Valerina: Hi, thank you for contacting Samsung Technical Support. How may I help you today?

    Visitor: I purchased a Samsung Galaxy S III device. Question: Will it support a 64gb micro SDXC card?

    Visitor: This is the USA Verizon Wireless version.

    Valerina: I understand that you want to know the information of Micro SD card of your device. Is that correct?

    Visitor: Yes.

    Valerina: Thank you for the confirmation.

    Valerina: I will be glad to assist you.

    Valerina: May I know the model number of your phone ? You can find the model number beneath the phone's battery which generally starts with SGH, SCH or SPH .

    Visitor: It's the 32 gb Galaxy S III from Verizon. I have not received it yet--not sure of the model number.

    Valerina: I am sorry to inform you that there is no possibility to support 64 GB. However Galaxy S 3 support 32 GB.

    Visitor: Really? Why is it stated on Su

    Visitor: Why Is it stated on your website that the phone supports up to 64 gb cards?

    Valerina: Would you mind holding 3 minutes while I gather the required information on your request?

    Visitor: Yes, okay. I also need to know if the device will support a micro SDXC card.

    Valerina: Thank you.

    Valerina: Thank you for holding.

    Valerina: I am sorry for the confusion.

    Valerina: I would like to inform you that Galaxy S 3 supports 64 GB card.

    Visitor: Okay, now how about micro SDXC cards, specifically?

    Valerina: Thank you for waiting. I'll be with you in just a moment.

    Valerina: Please give me a moment while I check the information.

    Valerina: I am sorry to inform you that I have checked the information Galaxy don't support micro SDXC cards.

    Visitor: Are you certain of this.

    Valerina: Yes. I am very much sure about it.

    Visitor: Okay, thank you very much. Does Samsung sell the 64 GB memory card for my device?

    Valerina: Yes, Samsung sell it however there is dedicated voice support department.

    Valerina: For product information or assistance with ordering please call Customer Support at 1-800-757-0280 to reach a Samsung Accessory Specialist.

    Visitor: Okay thank you very much.

    Valerina: You're welcome. Is there anything else I can assist you with?

    Visitor: Not at this time, thanks

    Valerina: It was a pleasure assisting you. Thank you for contacting Samsung Technical Support. If you have a minute, please click on the blue X close button to receive a transcript of your chat and fill out a brief survey to help us serve you better. Have a wonderful day!

    Chat session has been terminated by the Samsung Agent.
    She said she was sure it wouldn't take sdxc but wasn't sure about anything up to that point. I'll wait for real world confirmation from some with the phone and card.

    A few days ago Samsung said that Verizon was releasing the s3 on the 21st.
    06-23-2012 11:42 AM
  9. potenzad's Avatar
    I certainly hope she's wrong, but I just read the manual someone posted in another thread of the european model and it indicated in the manual that the device supports SD and SDHC cards up to 32 GB. Yikes.....
    06-23-2012 12:52 PM
  10. radyoactive's Avatar
    06-23-2012 03:03 PM
  11. sparksd's Avatar
    I currently have a 64GB SanDisk microSDXC card loaded in my new Sprint S III and it worked like a champ out of the box - no reformatting. I have music, photos, and videos loaded on it and have no issues.

    Dave
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    06-23-2012 04:19 PM
  12. potenzad's Avatar
    Great--glad to here it. I see no specific info from the manufacturer regarding this type of card.
    06-23-2012 04:36 PM
  13. sparksd's Avatar
    Great--glad to here it. I see no specific info from the manufacturer regarding this type of card.
    Same thing with my Xoom tablet - they wouldn't say it would work but I have one in there, too.

    Dave
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    06-23-2012 05:39 PM
  14. sparksd's Avatar
    A followup --- per the post on another thread by Ricky Babalu, I read the thread on issues with exFAT-formatted cards over at xada-developers:

    [Q] exFAT file system on microSD cards - xda-developers

    It made me go back and look more closely at the files on my card and I found that I ran into the same issues as noted on that thread (corrupted and/or missing files). As a result, I reformatted my card to FAT32 and reloaded it. All is well now. It appears that the S III does not play well with the exFAT format.

    Dave
    06-24-2012 09:47 PM
  15. bdmridgback's Avatar
    This is the one I got sent to me...

    64gb micro sdxc mobile ultra Class 10



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    Its funny that, to my knowledge, there is not a single Android device on the market that truely stated that it will specifically support a 64gb sd-XC class 10 card, yet this card is marketed directly to be optimized for Android Devices. Obviously SanDisk has tried it in Android devices with success.

    I think if you looked up every single Android device you will find that a 32gb sd-HC Class 6 being the highest card supported and stated even though the above works perfectly.

    Just be sure to format it as FAT32 before using it, so you wont have issues. exFAT format is having issues but that will be with any size card.


    From My SGS2ET4G Using Tapatalk
    06-24-2012 10:13 PM
  16. 20blks's Avatar
    Its funny that, to my knowledge, there is not a single Android device on the market that truely stated that it will specifically support a 64gb sd-XC class 10 card, yet this card is marketed directly to be optimized for Android Devices. Obviously SanDisk has tried it in Android devices with success.

    I think if you looked up every single Android device you will find that a 32gb sd-HC Class 6 being the highest card supported and stated even though the above works perfectly.

    Just be sure to format it as FAT32 before using it, so you wont have issues. exFAT format is having issues but that will be with any size card.


    From My SGS2ET4G Using Tapatalk
    I have a 64gb class 6 sandisk formatted to exFAT and I'm having NO issues. Just copied a 10gb 1080p movie to the card and it works fine on the phone.
    06-24-2012 10:31 PM
  17. int_architect's Avatar
    Mine arrived on Thursday, but I'm just getting around to opening it. They sent me a Class 10! Also got a Class 6 coming in from Amazon in a few days.
    06-24-2012 10:46 PM
  18. GrooveRite's Avatar
    I have a 64gb class 6 sandisk formatted to exFAT and I'm having NO issues. Just copied a 10gb 1080p movie to the card and it works fine on the phone.
    I have a question for you.......can you see the difference between a 720p and 1080p movie on your SGS3??? Just asking because I can't see it on my Epic 4G. I only put 720p movie on my phone since they're small and don't look too bad on an HDTV if I need to show it there.
    06-24-2012 10:50 PM
  19. sparksd's Avatar
    I have a 64gb class 6 sandisk formatted to exFAT and I'm having NO issues. Just copied a 10gb 1080p movie to the card and it works fine on the phone.
    I didn't have issues with videos, only with some of the 1500 music files.

    Dave
    06-25-2012 05:38 AM
  20. 20blks's Avatar
    I have a question for you.......can you see the difference between a 720p and 1080p movie on your SGS3??? Just asking because I can't see it on my Epic 4G. I only put 720p movie on my phone since they're small and don't look too bad on an HDTV if I need to show it there.
    I haven't tried a 720p formatted movie. I have only used 1080p since the phones started playing them. I will say that nothing so far looks better than an hd video from YouTube. It's amazing to me how the video just pops out at you

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I747 using Android Central Forums
    06-25-2012 06:44 AM
  21. GrooveRite's Avatar
    I haven't tried a 720p formatted movie. I have only used 1080p since the phones started playing them. I will say that nothing so far looks better than an hd video from YouTube. It's amazing to me how the video just pops out at you

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I747 using Android Central Forums
    Ah ok! Well my understanding is that with a screen as small as these on these phones, you won't be able to see the difference....UNLESS....these newer screens are THAT MUCH better than previous Amoled screens. You should try it out and look for yourself. I know I will! If I see a noticeable difference, I will consider carrying 1080p movies since I will have HUGE space available of my SGS3! Still, 10gb movies will fill up that space pretty darn quickly!!
    06-25-2012 08:30 AM
  22. 20blks's Avatar
    Ah ok! Well my understanding is that with a screen as small as these on these phones, you won't be able to see the difference....UNLESS....these newer screens are THAT MUCH better than previous Amoled screens. You should try it out and look for yourself. I know I will! If I see a noticeable difference, I will consider carrying 1080p movies since I will have HUGE space available of my SGS3! Still, 10gb movies will fill up that space pretty darn quickly!!
    You're absolutely right. I just burned the movie at that resolution to see if it would play. I doubt we would be able to tell a difference anyway as you said. Either 720p or 1080p, both will look beautiful.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I747 using Android Central Forums
    06-25-2012 09:29 AM
  23. 20blks's Avatar
    Ah ok! Well my understanding is that with a screen as small as these on these phones, you won't be able to see the difference....UNLESS....these newer screens are THAT MUCH better than previous Amoled screens. You should try it out and look for yourself. I know I will! If I see a noticeable difference, I will consider carrying 1080p movies since I will have HUGE space available of my SGS3! Still, 10gb movies will fill up that space pretty darn quickly!!
    I tried the movie "The Town" in both 720 and 1080. There was a noticeable difference.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I747 using Android Central Forums
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    06-25-2012 04:42 PM
  24. GrooveRite's Avatar
    I tried the movie "The Town" in both 720 and 1080. There was a noticeable difference.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I747 using Android Central Forums
    I'm pretty sure you saw some slight pixelation/noise in the 720p as opposed to the clean and crisp 1080p right?!?! BUT remember, for every 1080p movie, you can put 5 720p movies!! lol I would say if its a REALLY GOOD movie, carry it in 1080p just in case you want to show it on a big HDTV!
    06-25-2012 10:10 PM
  25. 20blks's Avatar
    I would only use the 1080p movie for a flight. After that. I would delete it.
    06-25-2012 11:06 PM
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