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what is the max memory card the San Diego take 64gb?

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Hi all

first post thinking of buying this but wanting to know if it will take a 64gb card or if anyone has tried it please?

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Don't know the answer to your question but you do know Orange seem to have discontinued the phone? You may struggle to find one.

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walked past the EE shop in town (Chatham) today. It is on sale for £99 + £10 airtime. So I am hoping in stock for Wednesday.

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A lot seem to be advertising it in the windows... but when I called in they didn't actually have any stock. This was before christmas and whilst they were still sold online too, so they might have had a "final" delivery since then.

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Reserved one in my local EE store but not sure if to get it or not really on the fence about it

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Looking to replace my crapberry and ipod touch with one single device

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really cheap 64gb ones on ebay for under £20 for anyone who cares :P

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really cheap 64gb ones on ebay for under £20 for anyone who cares :P

Be careful with those, probably fakes with much lower capacity.

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This they state there 'upgrades' and have a capacity of 62gb bit weary but then again have good feedback from 1000+ people so its tricky decision

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Just check if they accept returns. So if its dodgy you can just make an easy return

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They would be "upgraded" to display as about 60GB, but you would only be able to actually transfer 4GB of data (if that) onto the card. Bad idea written all over it.

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They would be "upgraded" to display as about 60GB, but you would only be able to actually transfer 4GB of data (if that) onto the card. Bad idea written all over it.

thank you for this really appreciated

sneaky buggers!

will look into amazon instead

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Buy from Amazon.co.uk themselves, if it's a third party seller then you could still end up with something dodgy.

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any support for exFAT formatting of card?

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A lot of microSD card slots top out at 32GB, no confirmation either way though as I don't think anyone has tested the San Diego (AZ210A) with a 64GB card.

If you order it, post your results. I ordered the 32GB version the other day, just over £18 is enough for me ;)

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A lot of microSD card slots top out at 32GB, no confirmation either way though as I don't think anyone has tested the San Diego (AZ210A) with a 64GB card.

If you order it, post your results. I ordered the 32GB version the other day, just over £18 is enough for me ;)

will do I'll bite the bullet soon no doubt! Do you know if amazon are okay with returns on memory cards ( have never used them always use ebay)
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Any recommendation for an SDXC card that does not break the bank? I can get 32 GB for 12 to 15 pounds, but 64 GB cost at least three times that.

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I talked to a intel respsentive and he said up to 128 gb !!!

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Hmm. Aren't any of those yet as far as I can find. Be handy in future I guess.

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I talked to a intel respsentive and he said up to 128 gb !!!
crikey that's mega wpuld s more than happy to get a 64 working
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Yep, only thing is.... removing the back cover

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Yep, only thing is.... removing the back cover
have you got a 64 GB card your trying?
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