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Is this 64gb safe? Did anyone try it?

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Edited by saiem1
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This is FAKE

A REVIEW FROM A BUYER

This card is being sold as a 64GB class 10 card, which is completely false.

The packaging for this card does not indicate any of the specifications for the card. There is no size or speed rating listed at all. The card itself says "64GB" on it, but does not have any indicators for the speed classification.

I ran some tests on the card and found out that while it is initially recognized as a 64GB card, it will actually only hold 4GB of data, dropping any data that was previously on the card. It is also nowhere near a class 10 speed rating.

In short, this is an obvious scam and a counterfeit card.

** DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME OR YOUR MONEY ON THIS PRODUCT **

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It looks suspiciously cheap. A 64GB Class 10 card for under £10 seems too cheap. My 32Gb Class 4 card cost £16. Also if you look at some of the sellers negative feedback, you can see they have sold fake memory in the past

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Oh, you already found out that it was fake.

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A good 64GB card would be a Sandisk one, although they're around £40+

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I got this one from amazon: http://www.amazon.co...0?ie=UTF8&psc=1. Don't bother getting an adapter, as you can mount the phone with USB storage.

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I had trouble with a class 10 Sandisk (32gb), I'd recommend Samsung.

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Does the phone even support 64gb?

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I had trouble with a class 10 Sandisk (32gb), I'd recommend Samsung.

Some people say Sandisk are the bees knees, others say BS

I've got a Adata 32G class 10 in my G300 no problems, and I use Apacer 32G class 10 in my Sony movie camera.

I've had other people tell me both those brands are rubbish, go figure ...

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If it's too good to be true then it usually is!

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Some people say Sandisk are the bees knees, others say BS

I've got a Adata 32G class 10 in my G300 no problems, and I use Apacer 32G class 10 in my Sony movie camera.

I've had other people tell me both those brands are rubbish, go figure ...

I don't have a problem with Sandisk as a brand, and the card worked fine with my computer, it was just my G300 that had compatibility problems with it. I've seen a couple of other people on here say the same.

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I don't have a problem with Sandisk as a brand, and the card worked fine with my computer, it was just my G300 that had compatibility problems with it. I've seen a couple of other people on here say the same.

Do you by any chance changed your storage option from internal to SD card? There is another thing that can cause it as well but it would of been pretty obvious.

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It didn't matter which rom or what settings, it just spontaneously unmounted over and over again. No problems with the Samsung.

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Does the phone even support 64gb?

no, Android don't support 64GB sd card's

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ha, you think 64GB is a big card... i have been waiting for one of these to surface for a while now...

1TB micro SDcard...

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no, Android don't support 64GB sd card's

I'm sure that there's an old thread on here somewhere which stated that 64GB cards could be used with the G300

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http://www.modaco.co...o-sd-card-cl10/

Like back in the day computers might say max 512MB ram 'cos nobody made SIMMs big enough

Funny thing is I can't find that 32GB "official" number anywhere at huaweidevice.com

Just says supports SD & SDHC

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I use this http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B005FY61EK/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?qid=1370069362&sr=8-2&pi=SL75 its a 32gb class 10 Samsung card for under £20. I have been using it for about a year no and have never had any problems. The only thing is that it only shows as 29 GB on phone and PC. Grate card though.

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Yeah that's what I've got now, works perfect.

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