1. ThePoisonBerry's Avatar
    Hi all, I posted a question a while back asking for some confirmation that the 200GB microsd card works in the Q10. Response was in theory it should work but I didn't see a confirmation from someone with both.

    I just ordered the 200GB card and will test to report back! Hopefully I can finally have a compact device that can store all my music collection.
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    01-09-16 03:01 PM
  2. moegh's Avatar
    Let us know

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    01-09-16 03:25 PM
  3. Troy Tiscareno's Avatar
    It will work for all MicroSD cards up to 2TB - that's the spec.
    rhitdoph likes this.
    01-09-16 09:05 PM
  4. peednus's Avatar
    Wow! That's alotta porn!!!

    Posted via Commodore 64
    JulesDB likes this.
    01-09-16 09:22 PM
  5. code2solutions's Avatar
    What do you plan to store on a card that size? Sounds great but just curious....

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    01-10-16 12:05 AM
  6. moegh's Avatar
    It will work for all MicroSD cards up to 2TB - that's the spec.
    Q10 not priv

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    01-10-16 12:45 AM
  7. Troy Tiscareno's Avatar
    Q10 not priv
    Right. BB10 phones with a microSD slot support the microSDXC standard, which will support capacities up to 2 TB. Such cards will need to be formatted as EXFAT, which BB10 (as of 10.2.1) also supports.
    01-10-16 02:35 AM
  8. anon(1723145)'s Avatar
    Wow! That's a lot of storage! Also, a selling point for BlackBerry. I doubt any other smartphone offers that much expansion (if it really works).

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    01-10-16 12:23 PM
  9. qwerty4ever's Avatar
    Wow! That's alotta porn!!!

    Posted via Commodore 64
    The OP is taking Homer Simpson's suggestion to download the Internet too seriously.

    BlackBerry Priv with CrackBerry App for Android
    01-10-16 01:50 PM
  10. qwerty4ever's Avatar
    What do you plan to store on a card that size? Sounds great but just curious....

    Posted via CB10
    If every application allowed storage to the microSD card you could figuratively have the equivalent of your notebook or desktop computer hard drive in the palm of your hand.

    BlackBerry Priv with CrackBerry App for Android
    01-10-16 01:53 PM
  11. Prem WatsApp's Avatar
    If every application allowed storage to the microSD card you could figuratively have the equivalent of your notebook or desktop computer hard drive in the palm of your hand.

    BlackBerry Priv with CrackBerry App for Android
    I've set my Q10 up so its SDcard boots up a Ubuntu desktop in USB storage mode...!

    :-D

    Just plug in, reboot from USB and have your portable desktop PC right with ya!
    (YUMI or any other "make bootable device" application) ...

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    01-10-16 03:29 PM
  12. qwerty4ever's Avatar
    I've set my Q10 up so its SDcard boots up a Ubuntu desktop in USB storage mode...!

    :-D

    Just plug in, reboot from USB and have your portable desktop PC right with ya!
    (YUMI or any other "make bootable device" application) ...

      There's a Crack in the Berry right now...  
    Not quite what I had in mind but good to know all the same.

    BlackBerry Priv with CrackBerry App for Android
    01-10-16 07:55 PM
  13. ThePoisonBerry's Avatar
    It'll be for music.

    If you think about the industry took a step back... in 2011 you can store all your music up to 160GB on a single ipod device, but today the max is really 128GB. No real good mainstream solution out there for large music collection. With this new 200GB card we essentially finally got past the 160GB previous limit.
    01-10-16 08:32 PM
  14. Troy Tiscareno's Avatar
    Wow! That's a lot of storage! Also, a selling point for BlackBerry. I doubt any other smartphone offers that much expansion (if it really works).
    There are dozens, if not hundreds of models of phones that support microSDXC, and cards up to 2 TB (which don't exist yet - the largest so far are 512 GB, and they're still in the testing phase - 256 GB is the largest commercially available right now). Any phone that supports microSDXC and the EXFAT file format will do this, including WinPhone, Android, and BB10.
    01-10-16 08:36 PM
  15. ThePoisonBerry's Avatar
    Confirmed the 200GB Sandisk microsd works on Q10 running latest OS10.

    Recognized as 184GB. enjoy!
    01-11-16 09:52 PM
  16. byex's Avatar
    There are dozens, if not hundreds of models of phones that support microSDXC, and cards up to 2 TB (which don't exist yet - the largest so far are 512 GB, and they're still in the testing phase - 256 GB is the largest commercially available right now). Any phone that supports microSDXC and the EXFAT file format will do this, including WinPhone, Android, and BB10.
    What about apple iPhone?

    Posted via CB10
    01-11-16 11:52 PM
  17. Soapm's Avatar
    Wow! That's alotta porn!!!

    Posted via Commodore 64
    Enough to make you go blind...
    01-12-16 12:40 AM
  18. skstrials's Avatar
    What about apple iPhone?

    Posted via CB10
    Lol

    Posted via CB10
    01-12-16 01:02 AM
  19. Troy Tiscareno's Avatar
    What about apple iPhone?
    Really?
    01-12-16 09:22 AM

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