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Old 03-25-2009, 01:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Would anyone know what the Max size would be for a MicroSD card for the Bold. I have heard 16GB Sandisk but now I see the 32GB poping up. 16GB would be fine for my use if the Bold can recognize it.
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The 16GB card will work, but I believe the 32GB is a microSDXC, which is not supported by the Bold.
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I've got a 16gb in my Bold
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This should help you out.
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It appears that there are three 'types' of MicroSD cards out there.
I know the MicroSD works just fine.
I know that the MicroSDXC is a bit in the future yet.
Can we use the MicroSDHC's in the Bold? Those are the only ones that I can find in 32Gb, otherwise it seems that standard MicroSD's seem to top out at 16Gb.
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MicroSDHC is High Capacity. Anything over 4Gb is HC. You will be fine.
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I have a 8GB card, have been waiting for a while for the price of 16gb cards to come down - but on amazon.co.uk, they're still around GBP40.
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