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What is the largest size micro SD card that will fit in the 4GB model?

asked on December 14, 2012

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Scott, I am using 32 GB micro SDHC without issues. The original firmware however has some limit (max # files it can handle, IIRC around 7,000) so I would recommend installing custom firmware - Rockbox which rocks and does not impose any limits (and has tons of extra features, customize fonts etc).
Martin Blazek answered on December 14, 2012
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SanDisk website says that the player can expand its memory by up to 32GB with a SanDisk microSD or microSDHC card
Auri answered on December 15, 2012
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The Sansa Clip Zip MP3 player is capable of working with microSDHC™
cards up to 32GB. microSD/microSDHC card slot supports additional higher
capacities, up to 40GB* of total device content including internal memory… see more
The Sansa Clip Zip MP3 player is capable of working with microSDHC™
cards up to 32GB. microSD/microSDHC card slot supports additional higher
capacities, up to 40GB* of total device content including internal memory
(e.g., 8GB player with a 32GB card). 32GB of music is all any normal human needs. see less
The Sansa Clip Zip MP3 player is capable of working with microSDHC™
cards up to 32GB. microSD/microSDHC card slot supports additional higher
capacities, up to 40GB* of total device content including internal memory
(e.g., 8GB player with a 32GB card). 32GB of music is all any normal human needs.

Atlanta Dan answered on December 14, 2012
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