1. stackberry369's Avatar
    Any oppinions?I want an 8GB cards,and what class?I have 9330 sprint curve btw.

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    01-02-11 02:50 AM
  2. Darren.W's Avatar
    I have a Sandisk Micro SD 8G i think it is and its fine for what i need it for.
    01-02-11 11:24 AM
  3. aznlgcy's Avatar
    I'm running a Sandisk 8GB micro SD Class 2 and it running without any problems.
    01-02-11 12:24 PM
  4. stackberry369's Avatar
    Best buy has the 8GB on sale for under 20 bucks.

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    01-02-11 03:33 PM
  5. aznlgcy's Avatar
    I would just pick it up from Best Buy then. Most of the microSD should be reliable enough that you should have any issues.
    01-02-11 03:37 PM
  6. r0bem's Avatar
    i mean most of them if not all of them are good. memory cards are memory cards. im using an 8gb sandisk. class 2.

    not the fastest but i can deal with it. not such a big deal.
    01-02-11 04:57 PM
  7. pjmacklin's Avatar
    go to Fry's Electronics | for the best selection/prices. they're listing 8gb microsd for just under $20; 16 gb for under $33; and, 32 gb for $100.

    as far as what's best? how much memory to you want?
    01-02-11 06:01 PM
  8. stackberry369's Avatar
    I may get 16GB.

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    01-02-11 10:20 PM
  9. jytvyj's Avatar
    Memory cards generally don't fail. just don't get them from china/ebay, and you'll be good
    01-03-11 01:03 AM
  10. JRZLocal's Avatar
    you can get a 16g sandisk card from amazon for around 30 bucks.
    01-03-11 01:07 AM
  11. stackberry369's Avatar
    Wow,$30? Any here use the PNY brand?

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    01-03-11 01:22 AM
  12. Thuoudo's Avatar
    Check out Amazon for "bulk package" type of listings. I got a regular SanDisk 8GB card (and it even came with a case and mSD-to-SD card adapter) for like $13 shipped...2 years ago

    The class differences mean more when writing to the card. The Class 2 is still fast enough for the BB...and I don't notice too much lag when putting songs on the card.
    01-03-11 01:35 PM
  13. e_lochry's Avatar
    Radio shack.16 g sandisk.32 bucks.works great with my 9650.nuff said

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    01-03-11 01:40 PM
  14. coolnerd's Avatar
    i recently bought a lexar 16gb microsd card on boxing for 24$ i looked at other cards there just wondring what the differences are one i saw it said high speed and a number 6 the one i bought is number 4 is it just the speed of how fast they load? and is it really a big difference of speed?
    01-05-11 03:13 PM
  15. pennyhorse's Avatar
    The speed rating is more important for writing data to the rather than reading it. This is important especially for digital cameras, but not such a big deal for playing music. I'd say go for the higher speed if you can get it, but don't worry about it too much. In the case of getting one for a smartphone, I'd personally just try to find the best price.

    Also, there are only a couple companies that actually manufacture memory cards. The brand name companies we're familiar with generally just buy them from whoever is cheapest at the time, and have their names stamped on them. I've used PNY, SanDisk, Kingston, Lexar and MicroCenter branded cards and they all work fine. In fact, I like the MicroCenter store-branded cards because they're usually pretty cheap: the last 4GB card I bought was about $7.

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    01-05-11 04:26 PM
  16. jlb21's Avatar
    The only real time the class will matter with respect to writing music may be the first time you dump GBs of music to the card.
    01-06-11 08:19 AM