SanDisk 128 gb micro SD anyone?

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According to wiki, 64 is the maximum compatibility.

Which was the maximum at the time it was released, so to play it safe, they only listed what they tested. But there is a good chance that recent phones will support it even if it isn't in the spec.

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Do u guys think these SD cards get unstable the bigger they get? Or is that bs? I'd hate to get this thing and have it **** the bed after 3 months...like my 64gb did.

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Do u guys think these SD cards get unstable the bigger they get? Or is that bs? I'd hate to get this thing and have it **** the bed after 3 months...like my 64gb did.

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Buy it from Amazon. If it messes up Amazon will give you a refund or replacement.

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Which was the maximum at the time it was released, so to play it safe, they only listed what they tested. But there is a good chance that recent phones will support it even if it isn't in the spec.

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Which was the maximum at the time it was released, so to play it safe, they only listed what they tested. But there is a good chance that recent phones will support it even if it isn't in the spec.

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I thought you successfully bought and proved this in a recent thread.

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I thought you successfully bought and proved this in a recent thread.

Nobody knows how much I don't know.
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Correct, my thread is linked to above. That was just a general comment. Sometimes things can get finicky for different phones for some reason, especially with sd cards. I don't want to give a blanket statement saying it would work on such and such a phone without actually testing it.


However most devices in use today should be compatible

http://phandroid.com/2014/02/27/phones-that-work-with-sandisk-128gb-microsdxc-card/


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I have it. It works perfectly.

I love having the extra storage.

Thanks for the confirmation. My 64 gb card still has some space but it's good to know I can get the 128 gb when I need it

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I'll try some 4K video recording to the device a little later. I'm curious to see how well it can take that sort of data throughput.

It worked for me. 4k on the note 3 is around 6MB/s, and a class 10 should have 10MB/s. In my testing (screen shots in the thread linked to above), lowest I saw was 9.3MB/s

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It worked for me. 4k on the note 3 is around 6MB/s, and a class 10 should have 10MB/s. In my testing (screen shots in the thread linked to above), lowest I saw was 9.3MB/s

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What were the temperatures like? I was mostly curious to see how hot the device would get with extended 4K recording. I figured the speed would be decent enough, given that I've recorded 4K on a 32 GB device before (I believe it was Class 10).
 

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the n3 has no problem with that amount of storage, I've been using a micro sd to sd card adapter with a 128gb sd card. Works great, and when the price of 256gb cards go down ($500!) I;ll be using one of those.
 

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the n3 has no problem with that amount of storage, I've been using a micro sd to sd card adapter with a 128gb sd card. Works great, and when the price of 256gb cards go down ($500!) I;ll be using one of those.
How does that work? Did you mean an OTG adapter with an external full SD reader. I'm being dense.
 

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What were the temperatures like? I was mostly curious to see how hot the device would get with extended 4K recording. I figured the speed would be decent enough, given that I've recorded 4K on a 32 GB device before (I believe it was Class 10).

I used the stock camera app and made (3) 5 minute 4k clips. Temperature went up to 107 and I suspect would rise if used longer. Also this was indoors with moderate brightness, full brightness would increase temperature

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