Stable / fast 32 GB microSD?

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    Any suggestions or links to a known good that stable and works well with D2 / R2Droid2 (good price too :) ?

    Thanks.
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    I just installed a SanDisk 32gb class 4 microsdhc for my droid 2. It cost under $60 on ebay. I'm not sure yet how good it is. My 8gb card was almost full. I copied the contents of the old card to my computer and now I'm trying to copy the contents to my new 32gb card. Even though I am preserving the identical file structure, I am having reliability problems. I have not yet been unable to re-copy all my data to the new card. The card periodically drops off line and when it comes back, some of the data I have already copied is gone. Anybody else have experience with a 32gb card?
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    post update

    I spoke to the person I bought the sd card from. It turns out the problems I had been having are due to the card being a fake 32gb card - its really 8gb marked as a 32gb. The person who sold it to me was taken in, too. Oh well, the search continues.
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    What about the ones you see here in the Droid Store up top? Are those legit?
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    It's my understanding that even legit cards can have/cause issues, the phones just don't like 32GB cards, even though they're "compatible"
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    So what can I do to reduce the amount of memory I am using then? Would be nice if these D2's supported more than one card being that it looks like we have more than one slot.
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    Beware of all cards priced abnormally cheap, especially on Ebay. The hassle of returning a bogus card makes the $30 you saved seem sorta small, and if the seller is bogus, returning may be impossible. It is a huge problem right now.

    The Sandisk class 4 32 Gb card works just fine for me.
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    Seems none of the class 10 cards are very stable with android phones, which is a shame because they should be almost as fast as the internal flash.
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    Wow I didn't even pay that much for my phone!

    Sent from Liberated DROID2 GLOBAL
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