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Sandisk - 64Gb Mobile Ultra Microsdxc Class 6 Memory Card With Sd Adapter - Retail Packaging

by SanDisk
5 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 34.3 x 16.5 x 5.7 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 45 g
  • Item model number: SDSDQUA-064G-U46A
  • ASIN: B0081EAK34
  • Date first available at March 20 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #135,182 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product Description

Ultra Storage - of all your data, images, videos, music and more on the 64GB microSDXC card Ultra Speed - with class 6 performance rating Ultra compatibility - with all microSDXC compatible phones and devices Ultra adaptability - using the included SD adapter for compatibility with SDXC devices Ultra Reliability - backed by a lifetime limited warranty

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I am not sure what Sandisk's problem with compatibility of their product is, this product is rated only for microSDXC-compatible devices. I can't think of a single such device right now. I read that this memory card works on the Samsung Galaxy Note, and decided to risk buying it for my Samsung Galaxy S2 SGH-T989D (TELUS version of the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S2 - this is the exact same phone as far as hardware is concerned). Guess what: for the first time in 5 years, I can carry my entire music collection with me at all times! Not only did it work, it is recognized at full capacity. There are two caveats:

1) Formatting this memory card as FAT32 appears to come with some performance penalty: it took more than 3 hours to copy all my music into it. Even adjusted for size, this is a few times slower than what I was getting out of my trusty 32GB memory card. Early adopters beware.
2) Make sure you format this card with your cell phone. It comes formatted with a file system not currently supported by gadgets.

If you just want someplace you can stuff all your music for your phone or media player to play, this would be it. If you want performance, then you are better off with two 32GB cards. I can't tell you if having a microSDXC-rated device makes a difference in performance. Maybe, maybe not.
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Very fast and vast ;] great buy!! Would definitely recommend to others when looking for a great quality sd card.
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Arrived on time and works well.
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HASH(0xa8db0f60) out of 5 stars Failed after one week. July 5 2012
By G. Taylor - Published on
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As someone else mentioned I was also surprised to get the class 10 version of the SanDisk 64GB MicroSDXC card when the description shows a class 6. Faster is better so I had no problem with that. I inserted it into my Galaxy S3 and it was recognized by the phone and my Windows Vista machine. Using Vista I created several directories and loaded about 10GB of pictures onto the card. Everything seemed ok. I could see them on the phone and the computer. A few days later I took some pictures with the phone which were sent to the card. After 8 pictures the phone reported the card was malfunctioning and all further pictures would go to the built in phone memory. I plugged the phone into the computer and the card was no longer readable. It showed up as empty. I reformatted the card using the phone and now it refuses to recognize the card at all. When I attempt to mount the card it reports an error and refuses to mount. In the documention from the seller it states that there is no returns once the package is opened so now you know. Buy at your own risk.
62 of 72 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb6b4ca38) out of 5 stars Works on Android 2.3.4 + Dec 15 2011
By C.D. Carney - Published on
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I just wanted to give a slight clarification for the other 5 star reviewers. I have a myTouch 4g using 2.3.4 so I did my homework before investing in this (and I've been waiting a long time for it to come out). I only purchased it after several other tech reviewers on other websites showed videos of their Android smartphones running 2.3.4 and after reformatting it inside the phone, working perfectly. After one tense minute of the reformatting process I was pleased to see a useable 59.3 gig of space available to use. Although you will not be able to take advantage of the SD XC format's claimed 30mb/s read/write speed after formatting it with your phone (google "will android smartphones be able to use 64 gig micro sd xc") it is a small price to pay for twice the available storage. That and you have bragging rights for the foreseeable future until the 128 gig cards come out for $500 or so.

One last note- to anyone who still doubts that it might work in their smartphones, the adapter that comes with it says "micro SDHC" not "micro SDXC" leading me to believe there probably isn't a whole lot of difference between the two if SanDisk is too lazy to make new adapters to make us think there is.
36 of 41 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa8c5d00c) out of 5 stars Works on Samsung Note International Unlocked April 7 2012
By CTH - Published on
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Works on Samsung Note (International Unlocked version at least)Easily recognized by the phone no problems, full capacity recognized, no special set up needed
21 of 25 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa8db0084) out of 5 stars Format it first, and Android 2.3.4 say no problem! May 12 2012
By Harmless Gryphon - Published on
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I'm currently running a HTC Sensation with Android 2.3.4 and (almost) all the current updates, which brings me to T-MOUS Firmware 1.50.somethingorother. I've read that this card has no problems working in said device, so I decided to give it a try. Worst case, I could put it in the laptop and use it as some extra storage.

The card arrived in real retail packaging, and as far as I can tell, is a genuine Sandisk product. Included were some coupons for music downloads (in the trash) and an SD-to-microSD adapter. No problems there.

This card won't work as-is. It comes formatted with a new version of FAT, called exFAT. This allows the OS to take advantage of the card's size while providing an across the board file system for devices. To the best of my knowledge, the only difference between XC and HC is the file system - the card itself has the same electrical interface.

To make this card work, you'll need a couple of things. A machine with either a SD card reader, or an external dongle device, and some programs. Windows will no longer format drives larger than 32GB, even with the command line trick. So, search for a fat32 formatter program. I used fat32format from Ridgecrop Consultants, Ltd. It's a free command line program, and only does one thing. Search for it and you'll find it on the first page of results.

After the card was formatted, I installed it into the phone and booted, and checked the SD card. 59.4GB! Yes! I formatted it again on the phone to make sure everything was good, and copied the files from my old card over. No problems, and I have something like 40GB left.

If you're lucky, your phone will format this card direct. Mine wouldn't. I keep the fat32format program on the card now, just in case.

So, in conclusion:

Works fine on a Sensation with Gingerbread 2.3.4, firmware 1.50.
Format it on a computer first, use a fat32 formatter
Seems legit, running for a week now with no issues.
Speed? Don't know. No noticeable difference between this and the last device.
Music downloads? Yawn.
Included SD adapter works with all microSD cards.
18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa8db08ac) out of 5 stars Pretty Pricey Nov. 24 2011
By Off In The Jungle - Published on
If your looking to put lots of music and movies on your phone this is it! The only thing you have to do is put it in your phone and tell your phone to reformat the memory and your good to go! Class 6 storage means it transfers data fast.

If you want it cheaper though, go directly to the SanDisc website where they sell it for only $220!

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