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Works OK on mine once updated but the load times are horrendous. Several minute load times on most games that loaded instantly on my old Sandisk 64gb. I just downloaded Panzer Dragoon Remake today and it literally takes up to 4-minutes to load each 2-minute level. I don't know if I got a bum card or if there is a se… see more Works OK on mine once updated but the load times are horrendous. Several minute load times on most games that loaded instantly on my old Sandisk 64gb. I just downloaded Panzer Dragoon Remake today and it literally takes up to 4-minutes to load each 2-minute level. I don't know if I got a bum card or if there is a setting I need to tweek but in the mean time I'm going back to my 64gb card see less Works OK on mine once updated but the load times are horrendous. Several minute load times on most games that loaded instantly on my old Sandisk 64gb. I just downloaded Panzer Dragoon Remake today and it literally takes up to 4-minutes to load each 2-minute level. I don't know if I got a bum card or if there is a setting I need to tweek but in the mean time I'm going back to my 64gb card
Robert R. Boshears Jr.
· March 27, 2020
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It really depends the product i own a S10 it works on any thing 2G +.... I would look in the manual of the s8+ to be sure before buying
Kevin
· November 18, 2019
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I have seen many reviews on the fire tablets that it is not working, even verified by a support personnel from Amazon, saying it does not work. I just want to say this. I bought a HD 10 w/200gb micro sd card, a HD 8 w/128gb micro sd card and two HD 7 w/128gb micro sd card. All run kindle app and most of them have over … see more I have seen many reviews on the fire tablets that it is not working, even verified by a support personnel from Amazon, saying it does not work. I just want to say this. I bought a HD 10 w/200gb micro sd card, a HD 8 w/128gb micro sd card and two HD 7 w/128gb micro sd card. All run kindle app and most of them have over 800 books, logos apps with 200+ books, Amazon music with over 3500 song. All sharing amongst its self through my Amazon account. I use documents to go and always use all of them to watch YouTube. I am lucky to have all 4 working just find. I just wish it could run office365. I run that on my 8” Samsung tablet with 200gb. Every single device and sd card was purchased through Amazon except for the Samsung tablet. No issues what’s so ever, so far, so good. see less I have seen many reviews on the fire tablets that it is not working, even verified by a support personnel from Amazon, saying it does not work. I just want to say this. I bought a HD 10 w/200gb micro sd card, a HD 8 w/128gb micro sd card and two HD 7 w/128gb micro sd card. All run kindle app and most of them have over 800 books, logos apps with 200+ books, Amazon music with over 3500 song. All sharing amongst its self through my Amazon account. I use documents to go and always use all of them to watch YouTube. I am lucky to have all 4 working just find. I just wish it could run office365. I run that on my 8” Samsung tablet with 200gb. Every single device and sd card was purchased through Amazon except for the Samsung tablet. No issues what’s so ever, so far, so good.
Hwneye
· December 17, 2018
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It should as long as you format it correctly, however a card like this would more than likely be overkill as i have 128 GB in mine, have practically gone digital (rebought my entire physical library digitally and then went the digital route) and have barely scratched past 60 gigabytes in used storage and still have ple… see more It should as long as you format it correctly, however a card like this would more than likely be overkill as i have 128 GB in mine, have practically gone digital (rebought my entire physical library digitally and then went the digital route) and have barely scratched past 60 gigabytes in used storage and still have plenty more to work with.

Plus the 3DS has a 300 games/apps install limitation, so either way this card wouldn't benefit you that much unless your also using it as a video camera or something.

You're better off with a 128 gb, maybe even a 200 gb card. see less
It should as long as you format it correctly, however a card like this would more than likely be overkill as i have 128 GB in mine, have practically gone digital (rebought my entire physical library digitally and then went the digital route) and have barely scratched past 60 gigabytes in used storage and still have plenty more to work with.

Plus the 3DS has a 300 games/apps install limitation, so either way this card wouldn't benefit you that much unless your also using it as a video camera or something.

You're better off with a 128 gb, maybe even a 200 gb card.

BansheeTK
· March 23, 2018
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It is a class 10 card. Should work in any camera that requires a Class 10 Micro SD card. I do not have a GoPro but if it asks for a class 10 Micro SD, it will work.
Mike H
· November 22, 2018
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First off, I'm assuming what this person was referring to was what amount to "manually over-provisioning" the card by leaving unused space, and that by "defragmentation", the OP had something more like "TRIMming" in mind (though as far as I know, iOS and Android don't don't actually "TRIM" anyway...) But that aside, in… see more First off, I'm assuming what this person was referring to was what amount to "manually over-provisioning" the card by leaving unused space, and that by "defragmentation", the OP had something more like "TRIMming" in mind (though as far as I know, iOS and Android don't don't actually "TRIM" anyway...) But that aside, in virtually all use cases, SD cards, unlike SSDs, are relatively short-lived at best (2-3 years max with "average" use), since one writes data to the card much more frequently than one would write data to an SSD used as a computer system drive and their controllers are much less sophisticated than SSD controllers.

But if someone still wants to do the equivalent of "over-provisioning" an SD card, how much empty space should be left really depends on how heavily the card is written to. The more writes, the more empty space should be left, and frankly, it's a wild-guessing game which doesn't make a lot of sense. It's not like you're going to "lose data" if an SD card becomes unwriteable. At some point it WILL write-lock itself, but you'll still be able to READ data from it. As for the risk of the card becoming "corrupt", leaving empty space won't have any bearing on that problem, which is basically inherent in less-reliable storage media like SD cards and thumb dirves. Just use the thing normally and then replace it when it eventually write-locks, and NEVER use memory cards or flash drives as the only storage device for "irreplaceable" data. "Back-ups are your friends, get to know them..." see less
First off, I'm assuming what this person was referring to was what amount to "manually over-provisioning" the card by leaving unused space, and that by "defragmentation", the OP had something more like "TRIMming" in mind (though as far as I know, iOS and Android don't don't actually "TRIM" anyway...) But that aside, in virtually all use cases, SD cards, unlike SSDs, are relatively short-lived at best (2-3 years max with "average" use), since one writes data to the card much more frequently than one would write data to an SSD used as a computer system drive and their controllers are much less sophisticated than SSD controllers.

But if someone still wants to do the equivalent of "over-provisioning" an SD card, how much empty space should be left really depends on how heavily the card is written to. The more writes, the more empty space should be left, and frankly, it's a wild-guessing game which doesn't make a lot of sense. It's not like you're going to "lose data" if an SD card becomes unwriteable. At some point it WILL write-lock itself, but you'll still be able to READ data from it. As for the risk of the card becoming "corrupt", leaving empty space won't have any bearing on that problem, which is basically inherent in less-reliable storage media like SD cards and thumb dirves. Just use the thing normally and then replace it when it eventually write-locks, and NEVER use memory cards or flash drives as the only storage device for "irreplaceable" data. "Back-ups are your friends, get to know them..."

Mike
· January 5, 2019
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I can only assume the camera is digital and like most security cameras the recording features multiple speed setting especially if the camera is used in a remote area to record long periods of time. If the camera is capable of handling an SD card you shouldn't have any problems.
James C.
· August 16, 2018
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Yes it will. The tablet is capable of using a large SD card like that. I am currently using a Microsoft Surface Pro 2017 and I have an 128GB SD card installed in it and it works fine. I don't know where you would be getting a 400GB SD card. You might as well buy a 1TB SD card for your Surface Pro 4. There's no reason w… see more Yes it will. The tablet is capable of using a large SD card like that. I am currently using a Microsoft Surface Pro 2017 and I have an 128GB SD card installed in it and it works fine. I don't know where you would be getting a 400GB SD card. You might as well buy a 1TB SD card for your Surface Pro 4. There's no reason why you would need a 400GB SD card unless you're using a lot of apps that are for art or large PDF files. My Surface Pro 2017 came with 1TB of Onedrive free so I'm not really concerned with the memory bc all my customer's docs are saved on Onedrive so I can access it at work and at home when I need it. I rarely every even use the SD card and 128GB is enough for most people and most cases. see less Yes it will. The tablet is capable of using a large SD card like that. I am currently using a Microsoft Surface Pro 2017 and I have an 128GB SD card installed in it and it works fine. I don't know where you would be getting a 400GB SD card. You might as well buy a 1TB SD card for your Surface Pro 4. There's no reason why you would need a 400GB SD card unless you're using a lot of apps that are for art or large PDF files. My Surface Pro 2017 came with 1TB of Onedrive free so I'm not really concerned with the memory bc all my customer's docs are saved on Onedrive so I can access it at work and at home when I need it. I rarely every even use the SD card and 128GB is enough for most people and most cases.
Gqsmooth1981
· June 18, 2018
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I only got the 32GB , not sure why i got sent this to answer. i have an LG Tribute Dynasty phone. i believe my added 32gb only has ~30GB actual storage capacity including the junk ,folders software from the san disk/phone
John D.
· September 19, 2018
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in 'Settings' go to storage .. in storage you will see the SDCARD listed ..

tap on anything above sdcard, because that is your onboard storage area document/images/audio etc .. … see more
in 'Settings' go to storage .. in storage you will see the SDCARD listed ..

tap on anything above sdcard, because that is your onboard storage area document/images/audio etc ..

Tap on what you need, image or file, once it highlights it should give you the option of copying or deleting ..

you want to copy, or move, so go with that option then search for sdcard, to transfer it to ..

you may want to even create a new folder, with name you can remember on the sdcard before moving or copying files .. you can also do it after you've copied or moved .. you can copy or move multiple files ..
~hope that helps see less
in 'Settings' go to storage .. in storage you will see the SDCARD listed ..

tap on anything above sdcard, because that is your onboard storage area document/images/audio etc ..

Tap on what you need, image or file, once it highlights it should give you the option of copying or deleting ..

you want to copy, or move, so go with that option then search for sdcard, to transfer it to ..

you may want to even create a new folder, with name you can remember on the sdcard before moving or copying files .. you can also do it after you've copied or moved .. you can copy or move multiple files ..
~hope that helps

NativeOne
· May 2, 2020