1. troo53's Avatar
    Well I have filled my 32GB SD Card and need more space for my backups and Roms.

    Do they even make a micro sd above 32GB?
    03-30-2011 11:45 AM
  2. tnegg's Avatar
    Just interested in how that's possible...What are you storing?
    03-30-2011 01:29 PM
  3. stearic's Avatar
    Doesn't matter if they make them larger then 32gb or not, the phone only supports up to a 32gb card. So you're going to have to start deleting stuff i'm afraid.
    03-30-2011 01:40 PM
  4. aplsucks's Avatar
    No they dont. Unless you are storing movies, i dont see how in the hell you can fill up 32GB. you got issues.
    03-30-2011 03:26 PM
  5. EggoEspada's Avatar
    They do have bigger cards, but I'm not sure the Thunderbolt supports them. So you're gonna have to either delete some stuff, or buy another microSD card and switch back and forth.
    03-30-2011 04:16 PM
  6. troo53's Avatar
    I got like 28 gigs of music haha.
    03-30-2011 07:17 PM
  7. BMW's Avatar
    It is not really a limitation of the phone, but the SDHC spec. It tops out at 32GB. You will have to wait for SDXC for larger capacities.

    Secure Digital - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    03-31-2011 07:59 AM
  8. stearic's Avatar
    Even with SDXC, the phone won't support the cards. So it's pointless to wait for them.
    03-31-2011 08:34 AM
  9. bugg77's Avatar
    I got like 28 gigs of music haha.
    I have a similar amount of music, but I don't store it all on my phone. I tend to keep it at 5GB or less and the rest will be going onto Amazon's or Google's cloud music service.

    That's a good way to keep the stuff you're listening to most on hand and the rest of it is available via data connection.
    03-31-2011 09:29 AM
  10. swade8's Avatar
    did you know that if you take the average 128 bit cd quality song and compress it down to 64kb via itunes or another program you can squeeze on double the amount of songs you have on the card currently? Also, by doing this you are NOT, losing any quality in the playback of the song or sound. I use AIMP Converter and Recorder.. it's free.. http://www.aimp2.us/files/aimp_tools_2.61.583.zip
    03-31-2011 09:35 AM
  11. willis936's Avatar
    Encoding music is a nasty business and words are sure to be thrown if it's gotten into. I personally have no complaints with AAC 256 or mp3 v0 but re-encoding can have noticeable loss in quality and what's more people tend to shy away from the term "lossy compression" even though they don't appreciate the word "transparency".

    I digress. I'm planning on making a linux box this summer with a terabyte driver and set up VPN so I can read and write to it from anywhere. Essentially a back up and media server that I can access from anywhere. For the time being I slapped 13 gigs of my favorite music on there. Arranging that amount of media with a basic c/p methodology in windows explorer is truly a time consuming and taxing task. I'd really like to not repeat it.
    03-31-2011 12:28 PM
  12. lippstuh's Avatar
    well if you have 28gb of music, that won't be an issue anymore. Here's what you can do:

    Use Dropbox for your files such as roms
    Use Audiogalaxy to stream your music from your computer (awesome app)
    Alternatively use Amazon Cloud for 5gigs of ur music

    And I personally have 13000+ songs, and I honestly listen to 100 on repeat and listen to another 2000 from time to time.... So maybe you should choose your songs wisely.
    03-31-2011 02:05 PM
  13. INK's Avatar
    28 gigs, my music is 889mb that's 174 songs. Rock on my friend. \m/
    Then again I think the most songs i'll have is 500.

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    03-31-2011 11:23 PM