16gb sdhc class 2

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  1. dirtyfingers

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    My Droid X came with a class 2 sdhc card and I thought I read somewhere that they were supposed to come with a class 4 or 6 card. I can't remember which one, but I know it wasn't 2. Is this what everybody else received with their X or did you get a faster card?

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    I don't even remember. I switched to a 32gb card.

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    I got my phone pre certified early December and it came with a class 4.
     
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    I just checked my card, and it is a class 2.

    I got my DX in early August.
     
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    How can you tell what class it is if it is not listed on the card?
     
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    Mine didn't say class 2, there was a circle with a 2 in it on the upper right of the card. So I just assumed that meant class 2.
     
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    It has the number circled around it.
     
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    Just a heads up, I haven't been able to to get my class 10 16GB card to work consistently with my X.
     
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    Mine is Class 2. Must be generic. Nice Verizon.

    Where does it say they should be class 4?
     
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    Mine was at least a San Disk, and it was made in China, not Taiwan.
     
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    According to Motorola tech support, any class will work. I would assume the interface could take advantage of class 4 and 6 cards. I guess you could load a big picture onto a class 4 and 6 card and see how long it takes to load up each one.
     
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    What card you get actually depends on where you bought the phone, not anything to do with Verizon.

    I bought mine at the kiosk at Costco and I got a no-name brand class 2 16GB card that failed on me. But for $12 including shipping on Amazon I got a Sandisk class 4 8GB (I didn't really need 16GB anyways).
     
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