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Works in Droid Bionic! And RAZR MAXX!,
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This is great!! Works perfectly on the DROID Bionic! After putting it in the phone for the first time I had to reformat the card. The phone told me the card was damaged before reformatting. Don't panic if you see that. Just go in to your phone's settings, storage, SD Card, Unmount SD, and reformat that baby. Now my phone has 80GB of total storage. Less than that after formatting, but it's still a ton of space to put all of my music and movies. Time to convert and load more movies now that I have 27GB left.
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!
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Initial post: Jun 8, 2012 1:02:30 PM PDT
Hey, I have the same phone, and considering this, but can't find any information confirming or denying this; Did you root your phone?
In reply to an earlier post on Jun 8, 2012 9:12:07 PM PDT
B. Good says:
I rooted my phone in the past, but I Un-Rooted it a while back. I don't remember if I had the card before I went back to stock or not. My guess is that having root access will not affect whether or not your phone can use this card.
Posted on Jan 21, 2013 2:27:50 PM PST
Chris Frary says:
It has nothing to do with formatting, It is more of Windows or whatever operating system you are using reporting it differently. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gigabyte
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