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    I have the stock 16gb sd card and I want a little more storage space.

    What is the biggest sd card that is compatible with the HTC rezound?
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    If you don't wanna spend that much amazon has 16 gb micro sd cards for around $10

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    Any current 64GB microSD (sdhc or sdxc) made today should be compatible with the Rezound... occasionally people have had issues formatting them if needed since it has to be in FAT32 and Windows doesn't like a 64 GB partition, but there are lots of third-party utils you can use or just format it in the phone.

    On another note, I don't know if anyone has tried the 128GB card in a Rezound though I would be interested to see the results now that there are a handful of them out there, although the only site currently listing 128 GB microSD cards is alibaba.com, which often requires you to buy in qty 50-100 on most items like this.
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    Thanks...I'll get one Amazon..it looks like they have a great price for a 64GB
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    I purchased the Sandisk microSDXC 64GB from Amazon and it arrived today. When I installed it in the phone (Rezound), it reads "bad micro sd" ???
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    I've been using the SanDisk 64gb microSDXC in my Rezound for around 7 months with no issues. You have to format it in the phone.
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    How do you format it in the phone ?
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    It is common knowledge this phone supports 64GB cards, and in theory, given kernel and other components of OS and hardware in device should support 128GB cards as well (but the standard file system used on SD cards in Android may bulk at it).

    The OP needs to format the card in the phone, or with an external microSD card reader and a third-party format utility (standard Windows format won't allow you to format a 64GB FAT32 partition). There are lots of threads on this topic out there, but just format it in the phone and should be good to go.
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    Settings-Storage, then Unmount SD Card... ummm, wait... I don't see 'Format' in ICS anymore...

    Try this: Settings-Storage, Unmount SD Card, Erase SD Card, Mount SD card...

    Checking further...

    EDIT: It has to be formatted in a PC with FAT32, Windows XP can do it, but Vista/WIn7 cannot without a third party utility... This thread will explain it, ignore the few idiots who obviously don't know what they are talking about (typical XDA thread)... the answers are here with several options: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1692739
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    After I inserted the card, it said the card was damaged and gave the option to format. I was obviously still on Gingerbread. It apparently is not the same with ICS.
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    Thanks..I'll check out the thread...Unfortunately, I have Windows 7 on my PC.
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    In the thread there are several free utilities mentioned that work in Windows 7 that can format the card properly...

    MiniTool Partition Wizard Home Edition - CNET Download.com
    Get the paid version of EaseUS Partition Master at discount. Magic Partition Manager Freeware for PC/Server users. Upgrade EaseUS Partition Master Free

    Or several others... a quick search will reveal a lot of people using the second one by Easeus (EaseUS Partition Master Home Edition) above.
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    I also have been using a 64gb card since last spring with no problems . Have 55gb of music and videos on it.

    Whoops - never mind, I was responding to the last page/old post
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    Did you have to format the SD card? What OS system is on your Rezound and is it stock?
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    Not trying to hijack this post... but Gingerbread had an option to format the card and would actually prompt you to format it when it was inserted if it was unable to read it properly, ICS does not have this capability natively. My guess is last spring, MJKneuro's Rez was still on Gingerbread.
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    I was on stock gingerbread when I got the card. To tell the truth, I don't remember having to format it but, memory isn't what it used to be.......
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