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SanDisk 64GB Mobile Ultra MicroSDXC Class 10 Memory Card with SD Adapter - Retail Packaging
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- Add up to 128GB to your Android tablet or smartphone
- Read speeds up to 30MB/s for quick file transfer
- Class 10 performance for recording Full HD video
- Waterproof, temperature-proof, X-ray-proof, magnet-proof, shockproof
- SD adapter included for compatibility with digital cameras
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One last note- to anyone who still doubts that it might work in their smartphones, the adapter that comes with it says "micro SDHC" not "micro SDXC" leading me to believe there probably isn't a whole lot of difference between the two if SanDisk is too lazy to make new adapters to make us think there is.
The card arrived in real retail packaging, and as far as I can tell, is a genuine Sandisk product. Included were some coupons for music downloads (in the trash) and an SD-to-microSD adapter. No problems there.
This card won't work as-is. It comes formatted with a new version of FAT, called exFAT. This allows the OS to take advantage of the card's size while providing an across the board file system for devices. To the best of my knowledge, the only difference between XC and HC is the file system - the card itself has the same electrical interface.
To make this card work, you'll need a couple of things. A machine with either a SD card reader, or an external dongle device, and some programs. Windows will no longer format drives larger than 32GB, even with the command line trick. So, search for a fat32 formatter program. I used fat32format from Ridgecrop Consultants, Ltd. It's a free command line program, and only does one thing. Search for it and you'll find it on the first page of results.
After the card was formatted, I installed it into the phone and booted, and checked the SD card. 59.4GB! Yes! I formatted it again on the phone to make sure everything was good, and copied the files from my old card over. No problems, and I have something like 40GB left.
If you're lucky, your phone will format this card direct. Mine wouldn't. I keep the fat32format program on the card now, just in case.Read more ›
If you want it cheaper though, go directly to the SanDisc website where they sell it for only $220!
After formatting, the phone tells me the card has 59.46GB available. If you notice on computer hard drives, the same thing happens. A 250GB hard drive will only give you about 233GB that you can actually use. It's normal.
I recommend this card to anyone who wants to leave their iPod at home and store all of their media on their phone, you can have everything with you wherever you go. It's awesome!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works as expected, SanDisk memory products have provided the least compatibility issues of the various brands I have purchased recentlyPublished 8 days ago by Mrggfep
The item received matched its advertised description and the free adapter/reader will come in handy!Published 13 days ago by Midnight Cowboy
I ended up buying this product for my Moto X that has 16 GB. It provides great amount of storage and I still use it.
I've used SanDisk and other products in the past. Read more