Sandisk 16GB for less than $40

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  1. FarkinDroidUser

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    yeah it should but why do you want a 16 gb card? Your droid already has one.
     
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    Don't choke on the marble it comes with:

    WARNING:
    CHOKING HAZARD -- Toy contains a marble. Not for children under 3 yrs.


    :)
     
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    I want one to get 32 gb total
     
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    there are no other slots available for additional memory.
     
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    Um, maybe he just wants another card to put additional files on? It's not that difficult to swap cards.
     
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    really? lol where are you going to carry the additional 16gb card without losing it or damaging it?
     
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    I can think of hundreds of ways to carry around a card and keep it safe. This isn't uncommon to do either.
     
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    heehee...good point Zar!
     
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    Yeah I guess you could put in the little plastic package it comes in and put it in your wallet. Actually now that i think about, you can store it inside where the battery is. Turn it horizontally an put it in the space next to the original 16 gb card. I guess I just don't see it convenient having to swap out cards but if you know your going away an want more music, videos, etc, it could be useful.
     
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    Yep, that's what I would use it for, traveling for extended periods.
     
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    I have one that came with my replacement droid i'll sell for $30. I have a 100% feedback on ebay and i will do paypal. Let me know. I have no need for it. gtalk on my signature or email me...
     
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    There is a spot to keep it on your droid. I have two 16 gig cards. One came with my replacement. Next to where you plug the sd card into the phone there is space to rotate a second card, slide itin and itll store itself in the droid. NO it wont read it...but you can keep it in there. No additional method needed!