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  1. Nismotic's Avatar
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    Default Largest SD card for the 9900?

    I'm currently using an 8gig card (which i thought would last me forever) but with all the videos and pictures I'm taking, I'm 3/4 through the card. I want to get a larger one, perhaps a 16gig or 32gig (if existent) but I want to make sure the 9900 can handle it. Is there a limit to what sd card the 9900 can take?
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    I'm using a 16G card...max 32G
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    I have a 16 installed, and as previously mentioned, the phone can support 32 at the most.
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    The two previous answers are absolutely correct. 32 is largest I have seen.
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    i've always had san disk for my phones. Does it matter what "class" it is?
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    I'm using 32.
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    Yup +1 for Sandisk. I have always used them and never had a problem as long as they aren't chinese knockoffs. 32gig Sandisk optimized for mobile here, purchased on Amazon. Works flawlessly!
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    Yeah make sure you get it off amazon. Best buy is a ripoff with sd cards. 60 bux at best buy and 8 at amazon.
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    ebay has it for 20 bucks. are they known for rip offs?
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    I'm just going to jump into the conversation here.
    Since 64g microsd cards are available, do you guys think we will ever be able to support them on our devices? maybe on bb10?

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    i have a 32gb card
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    I had a class 10 and 4 and it didn't seem to make any difference.
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    I have a 32gb class 10. It's pretty fast.

    I had a class 4 16gb, that took a few seconds to load images, but the class 10 is almost instant.

    If youre not fussed, you can stick with a class 4.

    I bought a Samsung 32gb Class 10 from Amazon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nismotic View Post
    Does it matter what "class" it is?
    on our phones, any class above 2 really won't make a huge difference. maybe if you watch alot of movies 4+ would be better but it won't really make a notice difference otherwise.
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    Thanks to all of you.
    Great answers.

    8 GB right now, but will start looking for a 32 GB SD Card tomorrow, or online tonight!
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    currently rocking a 16GB in my 9900 ..... works perfectly
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    Quote Originally Posted by ilikebacon View Post
    I'm just going to jump into the conversation here.
    Since 64g microsd cards are available, do you guys think we will ever be able to support them on our devices? maybe on bb10?

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    Haven't heard anything concrete about the 64 being supported. I hope so, I mean don't get me wrong. The 32 is good amount, but files aren't getting smaller....lol
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    I am using Sandisk 32GB class 10 too.
    It's a rocker.

    I have heard media errors to be an issue in 64gb cards on 9900.
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    Default Largest SD card for the 9900?

    I hope we do end up with 64g support, I love my 32g but I've only got about 6 gigs left on it.

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    I bought a genuine Samsung 32GB Class 10 MicroSDHC high speed memory card with Samsung SD adapter and Samsung USB reader, all in original Samsung packaging. I have tested this card and it is a very fast card and well worth the $30 or so I paid at the time. There are way too many fakes on eBay and similar places, but buying from Amazon gives the option to return an item if it turns out to be a fake or not as advertised. I have even had Amazon send a replacement item without even asking for the original item being returned.
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    How can you spot a fake?

    Quote Originally Posted by mikeplus1 View Post
    I bought a genuine Samsung 32GB Class 10 MicroSDHC high speed memory card with Samsung SD adapter and Samsung USB reader, all in original Samsung packaging. I have tested this card and it is a very fast card and well worth the $30 or so I paid at the time. There are way too many fakes on eBay and similar places, but buying from Amazon gives the option to return an item if it turns out to be a fake or not as advertised. I have even had Amazon send a replacement item without even asking for the original item being returned.
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    I've got an 8gb card now, thinking about upgrading to a 32gb. I have 7.3gb left on it.

    What do you put on yours!?!?!? Lol



    Quote Originally Posted by ilikebacon View Post
    I hope we do end up with 64g support, I love my 32g but I've only got about 6 gigs left on it.

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    I have a 32 GB on mine and have about 17 movies on it.
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    Just picked up the brand spanking new SanDisk Extreme Pro microSDHC UHS-I in 8 GB. Want to see how fast it is at saving media...
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    I have a 16GB Sandisk Class 4 card. I like it but it's a little slow saving pictures. 32GB is the largest the 9900 supports.
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