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16gb + 16gb = A Monster!

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My 16gb Micro SD card's just arrived :wacko:

Put it in my Omnia and I've got a 32gb Monster in my pocket! ;)

Can you confirm that you are successfully using it in Omnia? If it works with no issues then I will definitely get one.

Thanks.

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Can you confirm that you are successfully using it in Omnia? If it works with no issues then I will definitely get one.

Thanks.

Yeah, no problems so far ;) Seems to be working fine :wacko:

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But then there's the 32gb micro sdhc card ;) Now thats a 48gb monster :wacko: lol

AFAIK no one has yet announced a 32Gb version, 16Gb was only released yesterday!

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I got 16gb + 6gb microsd

but When I add 15gb of mp3 to any players it crashes ;)

but probably I'm buying the 16gb microsd soon to store lots of movies :wacko: :(

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I got 16gb + 6gb microsd

but When I add 15gb of mp3 to any players it crashes ;)

but probably I'm buying the 16gb microsd soon to store lots of movies :wacko: :(

Out of interest what size are you movies? Do you re-sample them for the omnia? When I tried a 350Meg avi on the TyTNII it when "Phut!" and spat it back at me!

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Out of interest what size are you movies? Do you re-sample them for the omnia? When I tried a 350Meg avi on the TyTNII it when "Phut!" and spat it back at me!

I played a standard 700mb dvd rip movie in the touch player without resampling

no lag, nothing

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Finally - the 16gb Micro SD Card is out...I can't wait to try it.

For all you U.S. Omnia owners (or other Sandisk Micro Sdhc 16Gb Card compatible phones), you may want to try Amazon.co.uk to get the card (the UK has all the good stuff).

WearTheFoxHat - Not sure if you tried, but I convert my movie files and TV shows to MP4 or AVI/DIVX and they work great (the quality is even good when using the TV Out cable). My movie files range around 250-400 mb, while TV shows range between 40-90 mb.

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