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    I did a search but found no discussion on this simple question:

    I know that the droid supports up to a 16gb card... has anyone tried a 32gb in their droid yet? In truth it's a hassle trying to find one but I do believe they're out there... at least from my google searches.

    I figure it's easier than having to fight opening the back of my droid and switching up my mini cards. It's so danged-difficult to pry off. I'm afraid if I keep doing that it'll snap or damage the back of my phone...
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    The Droid supports 32gb but you can't buy one yet. When you can, just pop it in. :icon_ banana:
    On the removing the back of the phone thing... if anything the back is too easy to remove...you are sliding it I hope (just checking)
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    I find that opening the phone is easy - it's the SD card I struggle with. My fingers just aren't tiny enough to grasp it and pry it out!
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    my fingers are little and it's STILL horrible pullin that card out lol. (i do hope you know to unmount the card in settings before you just pull it out) i search daily for 32GB and they just aren't available yet. i know there are some on amazon and ebay but they're from china or somewhere and have bad reviews. i dont trust em. i know sandisk has been talking about releasing one but they're milkin the 16gb for every drop they can get first.
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    mcro SD 32gb cards aren't available yet.

    the best way to remove the sd card is to remove the battery. once you've done that, you don't have to pinch the card, it slides right out.
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    Backing up the Droid

    In the event I lose it, can I simply buy a new one and have all my settings, widgets, shortcuts mirrored like my first one? My Blackberry was capable of it.

    Also, if I upgrade to a 32 bit card, will my info be erased?
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    you'll have to check the available backup apps on the market to see if they support that.

    replacing your card only replaces the info on that card.
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    Haha, yes Corinacakes, I do unmount the card first. Although the very first time I didn't. D:

    640k: I've always taken the battery out to remove the SD card... Maybe mine is just really wedged in there!
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