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Installing MicroSD card into iPhone step by step:
1. Take out small screws on base of phone. Dont loose these because you'll need them later.
2. Using a small flat head screwdriver, pry the back cover off. The case will probably shatter a little but that's okay. Lets face it, iPhone cases shatter like fortune cookies… see more
Installing MicroSD card into iPhone step by step:
1. Take out small screws on base of phone. Dont loose these because you'll need them later.
2. Using a small flat head screwdriver, pry the back cover off. The case will probably shatter a little but that's okay. Lets face it, iPhone cases shatter like fortune cookies.
3. Once the cover is off, there is a tiny wizard in the upper corner that casts a spell on iPhone users when they make calls. This is why 99% of iPhone users can't
actually tell you why they use one. Smash the tiny wizard with you pinky finger to break the spell. (Caution: Too much pressure will break the front screen also)
4. Since iPhone has no Micro SD slot, pry out the 64gb drive that you paid an extra $200 for. Luckily you can replace it with a 64gb Micro SD card for only $40.
5. Sell your iPhone to someone. (VERY IMPORTANT)
6. Buy an Android Phone.
7. Enjoy easy and affordable storage upgrades
8. Enjoy easily mounting your Android as a hard drive to your computer to transfer, music, video, and images without using iTunes. (Don't worry! you can still mount your iPhone, you just have to take it out to dinner first)
9. Enjoy "Universal Sharing" on Android apps
10. Enjoy a screen and keyboard you can actually use. see: http://www.damnyouautocorrect.com/ (Yes, I know iPhone 6 will have different size screens finally, and no, you still shouldn't get one)
11. Take screws from iPhone and make a pair of earrings that are "just so cute."
12. If you have any trouble with any of these steps, it's okay. Travelling in herds can be much safer. see less
Installing MicroSD card into iPhone step by step:
1. Take out small screws on base of phone. Dont loose these because you'll need them later.
2. Using a small flat head screwdriver, pry the back cover off. The case will probably shatter a little but that's okay. Lets face it, iPhone cases shatter like fortune cookies.
3. Once the cover is off, there is a tiny wizard in the upper corner that casts a spell on iPhone users when they make calls. This is why 99% of iPhone users can't
actually tell you why they use one. Smash the tiny wizard with you pinky finger to break the spell. (Caution: Too much pressure will break the front screen also)
4. Since iPhone has no Micro SD slot, pry out the 64gb drive that you paid an extra $200 for. Luckily you can replace it with a 64gb Micro SD card for only $40.
5. Sell your iPhone to someone. (VERY IMPORTANT)
6. Buy an Android Phone.
7. Enjoy easy and affordable storage upgrades
8. Enjoy easily mounting your Android as a hard drive to your computer to transfer, music, video, and images without using iTunes. (Don't worry! you can still mount your iPhone, you just have to take it out to dinner first)
9. Enjoy "Universal Sharing" on Android apps
10. Enjoy a screen and keyboard you can actually use. see: http://www.damnyouautocorrect.com/ (Yes, I know iPhone 6 will have different size screens finally, and no, you still shouldn't get one)
11. Take screws from iPhone and make a pair of earrings that are "just so cute."
12. If you have any trouble with any of these steps, it's okay. Travelling in herds can be much safer.

By Chase M. Thomas on April 7, 2014
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Anything that works with a 64 GB SDXC card will work with 128 GB, 256 GB, 512GB, 1TB, and 2TB cards. It's a part of the SDXC standard. If you're lucky, (and it's likely), then it also works with SDHC-enabled devices too after formatting the card as FAT32. I used a Linux-based tool to format mine.
By Kevin Li on March 12, 2014
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This type of memory device only has a certain number of write cycles before the memory cells start to become unreliable. They have a certain number of alternate cells that can be substituted for cells detected to be defective. After all those alternates are used up, the device will start to get access errors. With norm… see more This type of memory device only has a certain number of write cycles before the memory cells start to become unreliable. They have a certain number of alternate cells that can be substituted for cells detected to be defective. After all those alternates are used up, the device will start to get access errors. With normal use, they are expecting this won't occur until after 10 years, so that's how long they are making the warranty. see less This type of memory device only has a certain number of write cycles before the memory cells start to become unreliable. They have a certain number of alternate cells that can be substituted for cells detected to be defective. After all those alternates are used up, the device will start to get access errors. With normal use, they are expecting this won't occur until after 10 years, so that's how long they are making the warranty.
By D. A. Down on February 26, 2014
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This card is compatible with the Surface 2. The surface 2 can take SD Cards up to 64 GB. Here is a link to Microsoft's Surface 2 product info page: http://www.microsoft.com/surface/en-us/products/surface-2
By KenLSF on December 20, 2013
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Here are the SD card requirements for each camera:
HERO3: Black Edition & HERO3+ Black Edition Cameras
A Class 10 MicroSD card up to 64 GB is required.… see more
Here are the SD card requirements for each camera:
HERO3: Black Edition & HERO3+ Black Edition Cameras
A Class 10 MicroSD card up to 64 GB is required.
Not all Class 10 microSD cards have the same data write speeds. If you plan to shoot in 4k, 2.7k, or Protune video modes with your HERO3: Black Edition or HERO3+ Black Edition camera, we recommend using one of the following microSD cards for the best performance:
SanDisk Extreme 32GB microSDHC (SDSDQX-032G)
SanDisk Extreme 64GB microSDXC (SDSDQX-064G)
Lexar 32GB SDHC 600x (LSDMI32GBSBNA600R)
Lexar 64GB SDXC 300x (LSDMI64GBBNL300R)
Delkin 32GB SDHC (DDMICROSDPRO2-32GB)
Delkin 64GB SDXC (DDMICROSDPRO264GB)
Samsung 64GB SDXC (MB-MGCGB/AM)
With the camera software update released July 29, 2013, using other microSD cards with your HERO3: Black Edition camera while shooting in 4K, 2.7K and Protune video modes may result in a reduction of the data stream rate from 45Mb/sec to 35Mb/sec.
For HERO3 Silver and White Editions, any class 10 microSD cards can be used, including SanDisk Ultra and Lexar.
HERO3: Silver Edition & HERO3+ Silver Edition Cameras
A Class 4 MicroSD card up to 64 GB is required.
A Class 10 MicroSD card up to 64 GB is required for 0.5 sec Time-lapse, 10/1 Photo Burst, and Protune.
HERO3: White Edition Camera
A Class 4 MicroSD card up to 64 GB is required.
A Class 10 MicroSD card up to 64 GB is required for 0.5 sec Time-lapse.
HD HERO2 Camera
A Class 4 SD card up to 32 GB is required.
A Class 10 SD card up to 32 GB is required to use 0.5 sec Time-lapse, 10/1 Photo Burst, and Protune.
HD HERO Original Camera & HD HERO 960 Camera
A Class 4 SD card up to 32 GB is required. see less
Here are the SD card requirements for each camera:
HERO3: Black Edition & HERO3+ Black Edition Cameras
A Class 10 MicroSD card up to 64 GB is required.
Not all Class 10 microSD cards have the same data write speeds. If you plan to shoot in 4k, 2.7k, or Protune video modes with your HERO3: Black Edition or HERO3+ Black Edition camera, we recommend using one of the following microSD cards for the best performance:
SanDisk Extreme 32GB microSDHC (SDSDQX-032G)
SanDisk Extreme 64GB microSDXC (SDSDQX-064G)
Lexar 32GB SDHC 600x (LSDMI32GBSBNA600R)
Lexar 64GB SDXC 300x (LSDMI64GBBNL300R)
Delkin 32GB SDHC (DDMICROSDPRO2-32GB)
Delkin 64GB SDXC (DDMICROSDPRO264GB)
Samsung 64GB SDXC (MB-MGCGB/AM)
With the camera software update released July 29, 2013, using other microSD cards with your HERO3: Black Edition camera while shooting in 4K, 2.7K and Protune video modes may result in a reduction of the data stream rate from 45Mb/sec to 35Mb/sec.
For HERO3 Silver and White Editions, any class 10 microSD cards can be used, including SanDisk Ultra and Lexar.
HERO3: Silver Edition & HERO3+ Silver Edition Cameras
A Class 4 MicroSD card up to 64 GB is required.
A Class 10 MicroSD card up to 64 GB is required for 0.5 sec Time-lapse, 10/1 Photo Burst, and Protune.
HERO3: White Edition Camera
A Class 4 MicroSD card up to 64 GB is required.
A Class 10 MicroSD card up to 64 GB is required for 0.5 sec Time-lapse.
HD HERO2 Camera
A Class 4 SD card up to 32 GB is required.
A Class 10 SD card up to 32 GB is required to use 0.5 sec Time-lapse, 10/1 Photo Burst, and Protune.
HD HERO Original Camera & HD HERO 960 Camera
A Class 4 SD card up to 32 GB is required.

By Tutsumi on October 13, 2013
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Is it normal, ya sort of :) Not real world results, but it gives you a number for comparison between other devices. Its sort of like car performance and fuel economy results, they are test track and not real world results if that makes any sense.
32gb is the unformatted size, so figure a loss on average of about 74 m… see more
Is it normal, ya sort of :) Not real world results, but it gives you a number for comparison between other devices. Its sort of like car performance and fuel economy results, they are test track and not real world results if that makes any sense.
32gb is the unformatted size, so figure a loss on average of about 74 megabytes (MB) per GB for formatting, basically 32 x 74mb, is about 2.368 gigs, and 2.368 subtracted from 32 = 29.632 but close enough to your 29.71GB number. It may vary slightly on different devices like sticks, drives, etc, depending on what they need for overhead. As far as the speed tests, that really depends on the type of file you are reading or writing. Tiny files in short bursts will give you a different result than reading or writing a 5 or 10gb file. I think the stated 40 mb/s speed is an average of whatever mixture they test on these devices. The chances of hitting that speed is probably not going to happen. What you seem to be averaging is about 1 meg a second write and 2 megs a second read speed, so a 10 meg file would take 10 seconds to write and 5 seconds to read with the data that you used for testing. Hopefully that helps. see less
Is it normal, ya sort of :) Not real world results, but it gives you a number for comparison between other devices. Its sort of like car performance and fuel economy results, they are test track and not real world results if that makes any sense.
32gb is the unformatted size, so figure a loss on average of about 74 megabytes (MB) per GB for formatting, basically 32 x 74mb, is about 2.368 gigs, and 2.368 subtracted from 32 = 29.632 but close enough to your 29.71GB number. It may vary slightly on different devices like sticks, drives, etc, depending on what they need for overhead. As far as the speed tests, that really depends on the type of file you are reading or writing. Tiny files in short bursts will give you a different result than reading or writing a 5 or 10gb file. I think the stated 40 mb/s speed is an average of whatever mixture they test on these devices. The chances of hitting that speed is probably not going to happen. What you seem to be averaging is about 1 meg a second write and 2 megs a second read speed, so a 10 meg file would take 10 seconds to write and 5 seconds to read with the data that you used for testing. Hopefully that helps.

By Co-Create on September 6, 2013
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iPads do not allow external storage. Answer is no.
By Michael S. Kelley on December 2, 2013
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It should be around 119 GB.
By Chris on February 27, 2014
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Yes it does. I'm a proud owner of a Samsung Galaxy S3.
By mrpenguin99 on December 18, 2012
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Should work on the S4. Don't know if this link will be purged, but there is an UNOFFICIAL list of devices which will work with it. As of this posting, there is not an official list. If the link does not work or survive, do a search for "List of phones that work with 128GB MicroSDXC card by SanDisk". Based on this l… see more Should work on the S4. Don't know if this link will be purged, but there is an UNOFFICIAL list of devices which will work with it. As of this posting, there is not an official list. If the link does not work or survive, do a search for "List of phones that work with 128GB MicroSDXC card by SanDisk". Based on this list I ordered it for my S4.
http://androidforums.com/android-accessories/832403-list-phones-work-128gb-microsdxc-card-sandisk.html see less
Should work on the S4. Don't know if this link will be purged, but there is an UNOFFICIAL list of devices which will work with it. As of this posting, there is not an official list. If the link does not work or survive, do a search for "List of phones that work with 128GB MicroSDXC card by SanDisk". Based on this list I ordered it for my S4.
http://androidforums.com/android-accessories/832403-list-phones-work-128gb-microsdxc-card-sandisk.html

By Panama Mike on March 3, 2014