SanDisk 32GB Class 4 Micro SDHC Memory Card, Frustration-Free Packaging- SDSDQ-032G-AFFP
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|RAM Size||32 GB||8 GB||16 GB||32 GB||16 GB||8 GB|
|Digital Storage Capacity||32 GB||8 GB||16 GB||32 GB||16 GB||8 GB|
|Flash Memory Type||MicroSDHC||MicroSDHC||MicroSDHC||MicroSDHC||Micro Secure Digital High-Capacity (MicroSDHC)||microsdhc|
|Item Dimensions||0.59 x 0.31 x 0.43 in||0.59 x 0.31 x 0.43 in||0.59 x 0.31 x 0.43 in||0.59 x 0.04 x 0.43 in||0.1 x 1 x 1.3 in||3 x 5 x 0.05 in|
|Item Weight||0.32 ounces||0.64 ounces||0.64 ounces||0.18 ounces||0.48 ounces||0.32 ounces|
|Memory Storage Capacity||32 GB||8 GB||16 GB||32 GB||16 GB||8 GB|
|Secure Digital Association Speed Class||Class 4||Class 4||Class 4||Class 10||Class 4||Class 2|
|Size||32 GB||8 GB||16 GB||32GB||16 GB||8 GB|
Capture more photos, record more Full HD videos and play more music on your GPS/Tablet/MP3 Player and mobile devices with reliable SanDisk microSDHC memory cards. By adding more memory to your device, you can transport and store more photos, Full HD videos and music - so you can get the most out of your GPS/Tablet/MP3 Player and mobile devices. Do more with SanDisk mobile memory cards.Class 4 Speed performance rating.
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If there's one thing I've learned about these, buying those no-name sd cards is a good way to waste money; I have tossed 5 out in the last year. Always buy a recognized name with memory.
If your phone or device has one of these slots and there's not a 32GB or larger card in it, this purchase is a no-brainer.
On a side note, It sickens me to see Apple and now even Google charging up to 100$ for what is essentially half of this card. Cloud storage will be great when we all have unlimited data for dirt cheap prices, but until then why don't these companies save some spectrum and give us an SD card slot in nexus products and iphones? Greedy, Greedy. At least the Samsung GS3 still loves SD...
With the growing use of smart phones -- and the growing installation of manufacturers' and cellular providers' bloatware on the phones' hard drives ( which you can't remove without rooting your phone and risking bricking it), you really need a big MicroSD to store your phone stuff. The other lousy development is Android 4.4 onward force you to download EVERYTHING to your phone's hard drive. (You can move it later, on some phones, but often only with the proprietary file management software, and at a painstakingly slow pace: one file at a time.)
I bought 2 of these and have used the same one in my last 3 Android smart phones, and the other in 3 different tablets. I've never reformatted the smartphone MicroSD. I have reformatted the MicroSD used with my tablets once.
Both are still working great.
*Update March 22, 2013: I took it to a technician and he tested it and said it was corrupted. It has been in my phone since I received it and has never been removed until it said "no memory card installed". This verifies my opinion that the card just went bad for no reason. Now I wish I had given it 1 star.
** Update March 26: I talked to SanDisk and they agreed to replace it with free shipping. So it's in the mail to be returned to them and they will replace it as soon as they receive it. I guess I'll try it again, since this time it's free. At least they stand behind their product and it's only fair of me to update my review. Customer service is very important and they are taking care of the defective card.
Quit working shortly after purchase. Contacted San Disk via chat. It was as if they refused to believe me. Then they sent this questionaire to verify if I was eligible for warranty replacement.
1. Phone Number?
2. Product code written on the face of the card
3. Your complete physical address (No P.O. Box please)
4. From where did you purchase this product?
5. Exact or approximate Date of Purchase of the card in the format of MM/DD/YYYY
6. Was card included in the packaging with the phone or device (bundle deal)?
7. How was the product packaged at the time of purchase?
8. Did the packaging have some other company name and logos on it?
09. Are you getting the product replaced for the first time by SanDisk?
10. Do you have any important data on the product?
11. Do you allow SanDisk to share your personal information with our shipping provider (UPS/Other) for delivery purposes?
My name is Allen from SanDisk Support. I am sorry about your experience with our support. SanDisk stands behind the warranty on its products. These are the basic questions we need to ask for processing the replacement. You can provide us us some of the information you have so we can go ahead and process the replacement request for your memory card.
You can contact us at 1-866-SANDISK or submit a support request at www.sandisk.com/support. We appreciate your kind cooperation towards helping us serve you better.
Assuring you of the best services.
The first problem I encountered was that when I checked to see how much free space I had and expected to see the full 32GB I had paid for, I saw 29GB instead. This freaked me out until I talked to a friend of mine who assured me this was normal. "Normal" I asked him. After some added research, it turns out he was right. Memory manufacturers use 1,000 bites as the standard, instead of the actual 1,024 bites that make up a KB, and so on. This makes it so that when you get to GB or larger you get significantly less space that is advertised.
The second problem is that only 6 months after I bought them, one of the cards stopped working. The second one took 3 more months but it also quit working. They would simply not be recognized by my devices and read as corrupted. This is very interesting seeing as they where just sitting in my phone and tablet, not being used very much at all. In fact I have a 16GB microSD that I bought in 2011, and its still working perfectly with heavy repeated use (it is also a SanDisk microSD). Go figure that the microSD that was NOT used are the ones that ended up being thrown away.
- You are NOT getting 32GB
- Actual space is ONLY 29GB
- They may QUIT working unexpectedly after LESS than 1YR
Buy at your own peril.
My name is Allen from SanDisk support. I am sorry to learn that your micro cards have stopped functioning. SanDisk stands behind the warranty on its products. We recommend you to please contact SanDisk support at 1-866-SANDISK or submit a support request at www.sandisk.com/support. The manufacturer warranty on brand new products extends beyond the Amazon.com 30 day return period. We will assist you towards a resolution including a possible warranty replacement.