1. 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 03:14 PM
  2. rrrebo's Avatar
    Class designations (class 2, 4, 8, 10) refer to the speed of data transfer. Won't notice much difference in your device, but transferring data in a card reader on a PC will see a big difference. From what I understand, BB devices won't surpass Class 2 speeds.
    01-05-11 04:08 PM
  3. aznlgcy's Avatar
    If you're just using it in your phone than class 2 is enough as in your BB it won't matter even if you have class 4 and up. If you're using it in a card reader than different story.
    01-05-11 04:48 PM
  4. wishfulthinking's Avatar
    As of right now I have no media card. I just got my blackberry a few days ago. I just want to be able to download some apps and music. I doubt there will be any transferring from my computer and such to the media card. What would you suggest would be a good size for me?

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    01-06-11 04:23 PM
  5. BergerKing's Avatar
    Apps must be loaded into device memory to be used. Media cards are for storage, and you can cache app files to it, but gotta install them to use them. With the prices, I'd recommend no smaller than 8 gig and lean towards 16.

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    01-06-11 05:17 PM
  6. wishfulthinking's Avatar
    Thanks for your response. I didn't know that about having to install the apps to device memory.

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    01-06-11 10:08 PM