1. jimbo1mcm's Avatar
    Used a Samsung 32 GB Micro Sd Class 10 in an adapter. Put it into my Win 7 64 bit PC and dragged about 10 GB of music onto it. Took about 10 minutes. Getting ready for my Verizon 32 GB Pebble Blue.
    06-30-2012 08:57 AM
  2. rivencap's Avatar
    That sounds about right for transferring.

    Is there something wrong?

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    06-30-2012 10:03 AM
  3. kilofoxtrot's Avatar
    Class speed of the card determines how fast files will transfer on to the card (write speed). i.e. Class 10 is faster than Class 4 generally speaking. Different brands of cards vary in speed.
    06-30-2012 10:11 AM
  4. 20blks's Avatar
    I'm sure you will have to format the card the first time you put it in the phone. You may be repeating that process once more

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    06-30-2012 10:47 AM
  5. Rev2010's Avatar
    I'm sure you will have to format the card the first time you put it in the phone. You may be repeating that process once more

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    Every microsd card I've ever owned including the newest Samsung 32gb I bought comes preformatted to FAT32. So he wouldn't need to reformat it


    Rev.
    06-30-2012 11:01 AM
  6. wentzville's Avatar
    Did not have to format my 64gb class 10 sandisk in my gs3.
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    06-30-2012 12:29 PM
  7. 20blks's Avatar
    I stand corrected

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    06-30-2012 01:58 PM
  8. sparksd's Avatar
    Did not have to format my 64gb class 10 sandisk in my gs3.
    Check this thread out regarding use of exFAT in the S III --

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

    I found I also had the corruption issue mentioned there and reformatted my 64GB Sandisk to FAT32 as a result (fixed my issues).

    Dave
    06-30-2012 03:44 PM
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