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Once I added it you could see the change in the phone. I have had nothing except problems with this phone. I am going to replace it with a Go same specs. All music about 23 GB and I couldn't be happier. Many lower-end devices don't support SDXC microSD cards, so it's crucial that you check your phone's compatibility before buying one. I am using an 8g one now and it transfers over just fine, everything works fine. I received an updated replacement but later on down the line it also failed. I have the Huawei p8 lite phone which has 16gb internal storage so I'm just wondering what gb of micro sd card will it need as was told to use a 16gb one but I can't transfer my apps over to it. Since then I stopped using any external storage for my phones because 16 or 32 gb storage that come default with most android phones was enough for me. If i look at the storage in settings there is only 4. I'm currently looking forward to the GS8 release hoping that I can afford the largest phone storage model and enhancing it with the largest SD card storage possible. You are having issues with sd card probably due to your phone not being able to support it. If you are having freezes with your phone sometimes, it's not the phone it's the SanDisk Sdcard! Thank you very much for reading. Super cell apps games maker let u move. Many times I checked the memory card and notice it was heating and also causing the phone hardware to heatup. So I am frequently getting out of storage with my honor 6x, I am deciding to get a 64gb memory card to make enough room for my storage hungry apps and media files. There should be a lottttt of room. I've been using a sandisk 64 Go sdxc class 10 for several month, until now. Amber, Phones usually require you to dismount an SD card. You use a SD card to save your precious memories, they are not that precious if you insert a cheap nasty one. It worked fine for months and then something happened. Over time they would fail but I was eligible for a replacement update in both cases. Wouldn't it be better to take pics. I hope this time I will not experience the same heating problems that I faced last time. Would a better, faster card solve the problem - or should I just dump the phones and stick with Android 4? If you store apps and photos on your microSD card what else would you use it for? If you take it out without dismounting it and try and read it in a computer you might damage it and lose your data. Can anyone help? I don't know much about sd cards but just did some reading. I am using a 8 gig that is working fine now but when i bought the 64 i was excited and didn't think i would need another one for quite a while. Any more and it hangs. I switched over Samsung's brand and have not had a problem since! Firstly, make sure your device supports microSD cards Unfortunately, as we mentioned above, many smartphones don't have microSD slots and instead claim that the on-board internal storage is sufficient. To the AndroidPIT homepage. Let us know in the comments. Suddenly it's not that complicated, right? Hoping someone can help me. The Blu Diamond can see the card, but can only load 2Gb of data onto it. Until phone makers decide to make large capacity storage in their phones the ability to add storage will always be important. The most important question is whether picking one microSD card over another will improve performance on your phone, to which the short answer is 'yes'. But you don't want your storage media failing just because either. You can inspect your device and see whether there is a microSD slot. Previously I had a bad experience of using microsd card with my galaxy note 3. If it try to move an app over to it through app to SD card app it says there is no room. If you co convert the SD card as internal memory you can not mov the SD card out the phone number will serve only in that specific phone then most apps you install later will b part of the "internal memory". Both will work fine on most phones with a microsd slot and most have a 10 yr. As you can see, there are plenty of things to consider when buying a microSD card, and hopefully the above guide will give you an idea of which one to buy. I have a 64g SanDisk ultra xc 1 card and used it for months in my note 4 and something happened. There is a utility in the phone to do this for you. Can someone tell me how to clear a micro SD card. The 'Class' number directly reflects the minimum write speed of the card. Unfortunately, as we mentioned above, many smartphones don't have microSD slots and instead claim that the on-board internal storage is sufficient. It is currently doing well, but not always responsive in the second or 2 ou 3s. If there is no microSD slot, well, you can't use a microSD card. The difference between these two microSD formats is simply the amount of data they can store. But now with the advancement of mobile phones the usage of android phones is rapidly replacing computer for most of daily tasks, the storage capacity can never be enough. I would suggest if you have an Samsung phone use a Samsung Sdcard. MicroSD cards come in several different classes - Class 2, 4, 6 and While these numbers may mean nothing to you and leave you wondering what happened to the other numbers up to 10 , they do in fact simply reflect the minimum rates at which these cards sustain data transfers. If I load up the card on a PC and put it in the phone, it sees the first 2Gb of data and dumps the rest in corrupt files in "Lost and Found". I have SandDisk Ultra microSDXC UH-1 card and my phone is Galaxy note 8 when i try to open a file stored in my SSD card its not opening and then I figure a temporary solution which is to create a shortcut of that file in my home menu which is working fine, but Please guys I need a permanent solution, any one has any idea? Remember you have a fairly expensive phone why would you put some cheap nasty card in it? A soon as I remove my sd card, I noticed a noticeable increase of my Android phone. For example was up do not let's u mov the app. This one's important. Whenever i try to play a game or open the camera app, my phone started heating from the place where sdcard was mounted. I have been using Samsung's storage brand ever since. And though from our perspective this seems ridiculous, we need to ensure our device has a microSD card slot. I have a Samsung note 4 if that helps. You had to format either in a camera or preferably in your smartphone, as exfat filesystem. Also had some problem with Go sandisk ultra. If you need to, consult your phone's manual to open the device or to find whether there is a microSD slot. Also i need to find a place to help me understand what to do once I have the card connected to my computer. I used mostly SanDisk cards in all my galaxy phones. It has performed flawlessly. If you want a phone that supports microSD take a look at the phones linked below. As I stated I have had 2 different speed cards fail from the company everyone will tell you is the best. You I'll b able to move only the apps that the manufactur of the app itself let's. But sometimes format was ok but unable to copy large files. The phone storage is quicker. Do you use a microSD card? Make sure you know the different types of microSD cards before purchasing.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} When I had my first problem with my Sdcard it was with this model of phone. I have a galaxy 5s 5 active active I want to know what kind of SD card do I need to get for it I have an 8 gigabyte in it now that's not big enough going to have to buy a new one just need to know. I bought a San disk ultra 64gig micro sd xc. Id like to use my 64g if possible. I am open to any suggestions that you guys have. The speed of transfers increased as well as the overall proformance of the phone. If anyone can help I would so appreciate it. I would suggest getting a Samsung storage model. Which one would suit Galaxy S5 GF in the last case, if I want a device wihout noticeable slow down? I don't want to spend a lot of money on a SD Card. Everything just works much better. When i try to transfer an app to the sd card it acts like it's going to move but then says there is no room on the card. Lower capacity had no problem, except windows willing to fix bad sectors sometimes, since there did not sim to be any errors. I can rescue it using an SD formatter program on my PC. So I am asking if I should stick on using an extsdcard to host my apps or only for media files. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Here, we tell you everything you need to know to help you pick the best microSD card for your Android device.