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class 10 or #4 for maxx hd

Discussion in 'RAZR HD and RAZR HD MAXX Support' started by roach, Oct 23, 2012.

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    which class micro 32sd card do i need to buy class 10 or #4 for maxx hd and can i go bigger.
    thanks
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    You can use any class. The higher the class the faster info goes on and off i believe. I have read that people have used 64gb on the RAZR with no problem. For the price i would probably get a32 because a class ten is around $25.
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    The highest capacity MicroSDHC card is 32GB, they have 64GB cards which are MicroSDXC. I just purchased a 64GB Class 10 card ($44 on Amazon), so I'll let you know once I get it if it works or not.

    The higher the class, the higher the read/write speeds, basically meaning that it's quicker to transfer files to/from your card and accessing files off of the card.
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    Just purchased the 64GB on Amazon as well from that deal they had yesterday, not sure if they still have it going or now, but I'll let ya know if the 64GB works, if it does, freakin' sweet.
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    Get the class 10 it's faster.

    I almost bought the 64GB. But didn't want to chance it. So I got the 32GB with that deal yesterday.
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    Its a hell of a deal for the 64GB card though, I actually bought both, if the 64 don't work, just send it back, if it does, send the 32 back. I'm hoping the 64 works.
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    Wished I thought of that. lol
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    With the number of positive reviews of the 64GB card I don't see it being a problem in modern phones, especially one just released.
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    My 64 GB SD card worked in my Bionic and now in my Razor Max HD. I recently right clicked on it's properties and it is formatted FAT32. If I read correctly, I think it won't have the same write speed as compared to its stock exFAT format. But please correct me if I'm wrong. And also it's maximum file size can only be 4 GB, again correct me if needed.
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    This is correct, I don't know what the limitations are on the speed for FAT32 but FAT32 is the system used for Android itself to recognize the card as mass storage, and the 4GB file size (individual file size) is a limitation of FAT32.

    You can see more on FAT32 here: File Allocation Table - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    am curious to no if the 64GB you purchased from amazon worked.
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    I purchased a Sandisk class 10 64g SDXC card a couple of months ago and used it in my HTC rezound and now my razr maxx HD with no issues. The write and read speeds are much improved and the extra space 64 vs 32 is awesome to have.
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    Damnit. lol
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    thats good to no but I doubt that I will ever use that much space so I'ii use a 32GB.
    thanks
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    I will have my 64GB card tomorrow.
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    Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX Transcend 32GB Class 4 TF/microSDHC Card for $89.99 whats the story on this,if I can get a class #10 for 35.00 why spend so much on this one that is a class #4,what does this do.
    THANKS
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    Whats the link? The only one popping up for me that is anywhere close to that price is the sandisk at $58
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    I think they were only on sale for day or two. Sale might be over...
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    I don't know where you're looking, but that is a really overpriced card.
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    I still search the internet for 128 GB Micro SD card, but with no success :( What I did find was Samsung is supposedly building 128GB embedded memory for their next generation of hand held devices.
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