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    It sure beats a 64GB card in a P9982.

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    The more storage space the better. I would love the day I don't have to have a pc to back up all my files.

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    One thing I notice with BlackBerry 10, although the boot time is a little slower than I would like it does not seem to be effected by the size or no of files on the sd card (currently with 64gb+16gb internal = 80Gb which is about right for the moment)
    A 128Gb card would be just dandy as I'd probably be able to fill a 64gb with music if I synchronised everything with laptop.
    When I put a full 16gb sd in my old Android it really effected the boot time. Anyone notice this with android or BlackBerry 10?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gg bb View Post
    One think I notice with BlackBerry 10, although the boot time is a little slower than I would like it does not seem to be effected by the size or no of files on the sd card so a 128Gb card would be just dandy.
    When I put a full 16gb sd in my old Android it really effected the boot time. Anyone notice this with android or BlackBerry 10?
    I've had my Z10 almost 1 year and the only time it's ever been rebooted is when I installed a Leak. Don't understand why people are rebooting BB10s. Androids I can understand.
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    We don't reboot, I don't anyways.. We just can't get through the day without the battery going dead which is the first problem

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    How nice would this be if they allowed apps to be stored to your SDcard too?

    Id love to know if this works!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mkelley65 View Post
    I've had my Z10 almost 1 year and the only time it's ever been rebooted is when I installed a Leak. Don't understand why people are rebooting BB10s. Androids I can understand.
    I don't reboot that often but tended to shutdown phone if I wanted to remove the Sd card which I did occasionally to transfer files, I know I could probably just connect phone to Pc. Now I have 64 instead of a16 and a couple of smaller cards shutdowns are more for do not disturb time say if out hiking for a few hours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumblegrumble View Post
    How nice would this be if they allowed apps to be stored to your SDcard too?

    Id love to know if this works!
    I think the design is around apps on internal, data on sd.
    Its not such a bad thing. Even on windows most apps still need to be on C: drive. Its a biit like that.
    It would effect boot time.
    Apps could corrupt if sd card were removed. Although I shutdown to remove sd as a precaution it does not seem essential to do so? Most androids you need to pull battery to get to sd, is that because apps are on there?
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    I'll get one and use it for my Z10. If it doesn't work, I'll use it as a back up storage device.

    As soon as Amazon has them in stock...

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    More internal memory is required

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    Quote Originally Posted by chiphazard View Post
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    Memory as in ram for core os and running apps or do you mean memory as in storage?! This isn't 1980 & I'm sure you've owned a computer at least 5 yrs so why us it that so many people get this so wrong?!!??

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    That's a hell of a lot of space on a device. I'm sure for some people depending on their line of work will highly appreciate all the space they can get on a scan disk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumblegrumble View Post
    How nice would this be if they allowed apps to be stored to your SDcard too?
    It would be, but I wonder if this is too much of a PITA and too much of a support call generator when it comes to the average user? Ie. what happens if they take the card out and put another in? What happens if the card is flaky etc?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Supa_Fly1 View Post
    Memory as in ram for core os and running apps or do you mean memory as in storage?! This isn't 1980 & I'm sure you've owned a computer at least 5 yrs so why us it that so many people get this so wrong?!!??

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    Quote Originally Posted by RubberChicken76 View Post
    Is it really necessary to get snotty like that?
    What do you expect from someone who calls themselves "supa fly"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkelley65 View Post
    I've had my Z10 almost 1 year and the only time it's ever been rebooted is when I installed a Leak. Don't understand why people are rebooting BB10s. Androids I can understand.
    Before reboot:


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    128GB on your phone?-img_20140224_230546.png

    A reboot every day means less clutter in the memory, and less file fragments.

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    I thought a 64GB was the max you could add with a micro SD card for some reason.
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    "Price will range from 29.99 to 199.99"

    Well that's a pretty big range... which is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bdot-1 View Post
    We don't reboot, I don't anyways.. We just can't get through the day without the battery going dead which is the first problem

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    I reboot for lockup occasionally, not often bit I make a point of rebooting each day. I use three spare batts so sometimes it out now necessity. But I do find less lock ups by rebooting daily.

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    Does the Z actually support that big? If so, sold!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubbbab View Post
    Does the Z actually support that big? If so, sold!

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    We'll see??

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    Can't wait for this card, I think I read 199$ at best buy. Rite now I have a 64gb, but it's approx 60% full, I need more spaccce

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    My advice, don't buy it til you need it. As in, when you are on your last 1 or 2 GB. Why? Because prices are constantly dropping. So when you need it, the price will be lower than when you first salivated over learning of its existence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolj40041 View Post
    My advice, don't buy it til you need it. As in, when you are on your last 1 or 2 GB. Why? Because prices are constantly dropping. So when you need it, the price will be lower than when you first salivated over learning of its existence.

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    Agreed. Also look for the considerable price drop when sales occur.

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