1. Touchpaddle's Avatar
    When 128GB MicroSDXC comes out, will VZW Galaxy S3 support it?

    just curious, because I have been using the 64GB MicroSDXC for a few days
    and already managed to run out of space.
    08-12-2012 09:42 PM
  2. MikeNY's Avatar
    Damn wtf that's a lot of porn
    08-12-2012 10:17 PM
  3. Touchpaddle's Avatar
    Damn wtf that's a lot of porn
    what kind of ***** access porn on his/her smartphone?

    I freely admit that I enjoy porn, but NEVER on my smartphone.
    (in fact, the thought never even crossed my mind)
    08-12-2012 10:26 PM
  4. Since9600's Avatar
    Well Galaxy S3 supports SDXC... SDXC has a limit of up to 2TB ! (Even though that don't exist just yet lol) So I wouldn't worry at all...
    08-12-2012 10:36 PM
  5. Touchpaddle's Avatar
    Well Galaxy S3 supports SDXC... SDXC has a limit of up to 2TB ! (Even though that don't exist just yet lol) So I wouldn't worry at all...
    I start to drool just dreaming about the day when 1TB MicroSDXC cards become available for smartphones!
    08-12-2012 11:18 PM
  6. Since9600's Avatar
    I start to drool just dreaming about the day when 1TB MicroSDXC cards become available for smartphones!
    Totally! I have been transferring every pic I've ever taken to each new phone from every phone I've ever owned that had a camera because I love having all the pics with me. Currently at just over 16,000 images. I need these memory cards to keep up!
    08-13-2012 12:07 AM
  7. Jacque Strapp's Avatar
    I've been wondering this myself, as far as I know the GS3 is the first phone to be able to read SDXC cards but the specs don't even mention this, they just say it supports cards "up to 64GB". They may just say that because there are no cards available yet bigger than 64GB and therefore they can't absolutely guarantee compatibility.
    08-13-2012 11:29 AM
  8. vzwuser76's Avatar
    Actually they are the first to "officially" support sdxc on the spec sheet. Both the Rezound & INC4GLTE work with the 64GB cards, so they should also have this capability. I know because I have the Rezound also & was considering the Inc4G but went with the S3. But the guys who got the Inc4G reported it worked fine with a 64GB card.
    08-13-2012 11:57 AM
  9. NZtechfreak's Avatar
    The 64GB cards basically work with virtually anything when formatted to Fat32, I've presonally confirmed this in more than a dozen devices: AndroidNZ: [UPDATE: Confirmed working in the Huawei G300] Sandisk 64GB Micro SDXC cards confirmed WORKING in Galaxy S II, HTC Sensation, Galaxy S, ASUS Transformer & Transformer Prime, Motorola Razr, Huawei G300, Galaxy Note, and Galaxy S3!

    At this point I think you can say that basically any Android device with a card slot will work with them on Fat32.

    They come formatted to exFAT by default, which has several advantages over Fat32 (for one thing no 4GB file size limit), but the S3 is the ONLY phone that currently supports exFat without custom kernels etc, and that is the reason it is the one and only phone that officially states "up to 64GB".

    ...in a few hours a second phone will support exFat too...


    Anyways, to the OPs question: Yes, all S3s will support the 128GB cards. It is almost certain that basically all other devices will too. You can always wait for confirmation if you're still worried, I will definitely be getting a 128GB card the day they are released.
    08-29-2012 09:35 AM
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