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  1. lowezz's Avatar
    Posted via CB10
    03-03-16 11:37 AM
  2. raino's Avatar
    200GB--which is the highest capacity card on the market right now, but theoretical maximum for BB10 is 2TB.
    03-03-16 11:42 AM
  3. lowezz's Avatar
    Thnx! Ill just get a 128gig

    Posted via CB10
    03-03-16 12:10 PM
  4. sesp9's Avatar
    Does anyone have a 200gb in their passport?

    Posted via CB10
    03-03-16 12:35 PM
  5. chiphazard's Avatar
    Amazon has them all

    Rogers Blackberry Passport. BlackBerry Since 2006
    03-03-16 02:27 PM
  6. Adam Kowalczyk1's Avatar
    I have a 128GB SD card in my passport and haven't had any issues.

    Edit: I was debating between the 200GB card and 128GB card. I was leaning towards the 200GB card but didn't fork over tha cash for it.

    Posted via CB10
    03-11-16 05:01 AM
  7. Ahmad Aleid's Avatar
    tried 128gb sdcard and it worked flawlessly
    03-11-16 05:18 AM
  8. sesp9's Avatar
    I guess no one has a 200GB installed in their passport.

    Posted via CB10
    03-11-16 05:21 AM
  9. anon(3983727)'s Avatar
    I have a 200 Gb. Purchased from the amazon sale. Works fine even without formatting on the PC first.Whats the max sd card that Passport will accept and recognize?thnx-img_20160311_072157.jpg
    sesp9 likes this.
    03-11-16 06:21 AM
  10. Eric_PP's Avatar
    I am having 128G on my silver PP

    Posted via my lovely SE passport!
    03-12-16 02:15 AM
  11. fergusd's Avatar
    I have 200G SanDisk micro SD on my Passport. It's flawless. It is partitioned 8 + the rest (a bit less than 192) where "the rest" is sufficient to accommodate ALL and the 8 is a Linux boot partition. It is stunning that one portable device therefore supports my total cyber life. The boot partition serves 2 purposes (1) to get into Linux (2) because this is the sector searched for Photos Videos Music etc by default. I would not like the totality of the large sector to be accessible by default and it isn't. All in all a perfect adjunct to the phone and still with lots of free space.

    Posted via CB10
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    03-12-16 07:38 AM
  12. ariens's Avatar
    Can u suggest some good brands....i have had sandisk but it got corrupted.

    Posted via CB10
    03-12-16 07:44 AM
  13. fergusd's Avatar
    Honestly I would persevere: reformat and have another go? I've had nothing but 100% robust assured performance from SanDisk, any number of different capacity USB sticks and also SD cards from 4G up to current 200G. Give it at least one more chance.

    Posted via CB10
    03-12-16 08:01 AM
  14. danp2000's Avatar
    I also suggest SanDisk though I would be wary of purchasing it through eBay because of the possibility of getting a bad one (one that didn't pass Quality Control or is a smaller one made to look like a bigger device).

    Wait for CrackBerry to post an Amazon flash sale and get it then.

    T-Mobile  вιaсĸвεггч Passport Autoloaded 10.3.1.2582: Sachesi to 10.3.1.2744 to 10.3.2.680 to 798 to 2204 to 2339 to 2639 to 2789 to 2813 to 2878-2814 Hybrid
    03-12-16 11:09 AM
  15. moonhacker's Avatar
    Why is it that BlackBerry says it only supports up to 128GB? I just bought a 128 but would have loved to have gotten a 200.
    Whats the max sd card that Passport will accept and recognize?thnx-img_20160312_144805.jpg

    Posted via Passport Running 10.3.2.2876
    03-12-16 01:48 PM
  16. Deadmunny's Avatar
    Wow, wild Lol, just wondering scenarios where persons need a 200gb of storage on a phone?? (and no I'm not mocking anyone as I'm sure there are legitimate reasons)



    Passport SQW100-4 10.3.2.2836
    03-12-16 04:00 PM
  17. raino's Avatar
    just wondering scenarios where persons need a 200gb of storage on a phone??
    High resolution (4K) videos, high bitrate music collection, etc.
    03-12-16 04:39 PM
  18. ariens's Avatar
    Other than sandisk. What are the good brands for sd cards???


    Posted via CB10
    03-12-16 11:02 PM
  19. doherrick's Avatar
    Lexar
    03-13-16 03:01 AM
  20. hobgoblin1961's Avatar
    got a 128gb in my Classic and a 64gb stuck in the Passport, but looking out for the 200gb too to drop on price tag, may I just get another 128gb because this come cheaper now and is plenty on size, around 44,90 on Amazon right now, compare to 99 for the 200gb

    Posted either via -Passport SQW100-1 or -Classic SQC100-1 / 10.3.++
    03-13-16 02:07 PM
  21. brookie229's Avatar
    I have 200G SanDisk micro SD on my Passport. It's flawless. It is partitioned 8 + the rest (a bit less than 192) where "the rest" is sufficient to accommodate ALL and the 8 is a Linux boot partition. It is stunning that one portable device therefore supports my total cyber life. The boot partition serves 2 purposes (1) to get into Linux (2) because this is the sector searched for Photos Videos Music etc by default. I would not like the totality of the large sector to be accessible by default and it isn't. All in all a perfect adjunct to the phone and still with lots of free space.

    Posted via CB10
    This is awesome!
    03-13-16 03:01 PM
  22. pedalshoe's Avatar
    I'm not sure yet if scanning a Sd card when connected by USB is controlled by BlackBerry10 os a cars head unit, but when I have the 200gb Sd card in the Passport, the media is unable to be scanned or indexed by the cars headunit. When I replace the 200gb Sd card with a 16gb card, my cars headunit scans and indexes the Sd card and all media is playable.

    There is something about the 200gb Sd card that either the Passport or car can not manage.

    Is Passport only allowing indexing of cards 128gb and lower?

    Posted via CB10
    01-07-17 12:30 AM
  23. 85_305's Avatar
    Supposedly the theoretical maximum allowed SD size allowed by the OS is 110gb

    Posted via CB10 Passport
    01-07-17 04:24 PM
  24. thurask's Avatar
    I'm not sure yet if scanning a Sd card when connected by USB is controlled by BlackBerry10 os a cars head unit, but when I have the 200gb Sd card in the Passport, the media is unable to be scanned or indexed by the cars headunit. When I replace the 200gb Sd card with a 16gb card, my cars headunit scans and indexes the Sd card and all media is playable.

    There is something about the 200gb Sd card that either the Passport or car can not manage.

    Is Passport only allowing indexing of cards 128gb and lower?

    Posted via CB10
    Does your head unit support exFAT volumes? Did you try with any SD card over 32GB?
    01-07-17 04:26 PM
  25. pedalshoe's Avatar
    Supposedly the theoretical maximum allowed SD size allowed by the OS is 110gb

    Posted via CB10 Passport
    Where is this found? Is it based on 128gb card that the specs mention or was this published somewhere?

    Posted via CB10
    01-07-17 05:53 PM
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