SanDisk Mobile Ultra 64GB Micro SDXC UHS-I Card Class 10 with Adapter - Sold by MyMemory @Play.com - £24.99 With 25 SuperPoints - HotUKDeals
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SanDisk Mobile Ultra 64GB Micro SDXC UHS-I Card Class 10 with Adapter

Sold by MyMemory @Play.com

Price: £24.99 With 25 SuperPoints

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#1
After the fiasco with the latest kitkat update not utilising memory cards anymore, this might be the first of these going cheap!
#2
However my windows phone has just been updated to allow memory cards for apps etc, so I'll be getting this cheap! Thanks op.
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citibadger
However my windows phone has just been updated to allow memory cards for apps etc, so I'll be getting this cheap! Thanks op.


Interesting.. so now you can save apps to SD on Windows phone?
#4
Yes apparently on the latest 8.1 update.
#5
Yep; same comment from me. You can't use the SD Cards to store any Apps or App data on the latest KitKat Update, whether rooted or unrooted, which has made memory cards of large sizes redundant as you can only store Pictures/Music or Videos on them.

Good job Google, the Primary reason I bought an Android phone as diminished, so now back to Apple.
#6
citibadger
After the fiasco with the latest kitkat update not utilising memory cards anymore, this might be the first of these going cheap!

Well I'm using v4.4.2 and no problem here. Everything works as it should. What version do you believe there to be a problem with?.

Are you saying you can't read/write to a memory card or just can't move your apps over to it?
#7
DAZZ2000
citibadger
After the fiasco with the latest kitkat update not utilising memory cards anymore, this might be the first of these going cheap!

Well I'm using v4.4.2 and no problem here. Everything works as it should. What version do you believe there to be a problem with?.

Are you saying you can't read/write to a memory card or just can't move your apps over to it?


I don't know what version, the latest my galaxy tab updated to. All the apps that were on my memory card failed to work and stayed shaded. I then had to move all the apps back to device memory to work. Look on the Internet under these issues, it's full of seriously annoyed people!! But on windows phone latest update, it's just the opposite, they're letting you transfer apps to the sd card.
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What's changed with KitKat is apps can now only write to their own folder on external storage, so for example Spotify can quite happily save offline music too it's own folder (I've got about 30gb of Spotify on my 64gb SD). Apps can't write to other folders, which can be limiting but is more secure. many updated apps will let you move the bulk of their data onto SD. It was better the old way, but SD cards are far from useless on KitKat.

Hot deal by the way, good price for sandisk.
#9
There's already ways around it and sdcardfix apps for those rooted. A concern yes but its not a done deal.
#10
citibadger
DAZZ2000
citibadger
After the fiasco with the latest kitkat update not utilising memory cards anymore, this might be the first of these going cheap!

Well I'm using v4.4.2 and no problem here. Everything works as it should. What version do you believe there to be a problem with?.

Are you saying you can't read/write to a memory card or just can't move your apps over to it?

I don't know what version, the latest my galaxy tab updated to. All the apps that were on my memory card failed to work and stayed shaded. I then had to move all the apps back to device memory to work. Look on the Internet under these issues, it's full of seriously annoyed people!! But on windows phone latest update, it's just the opposite, they're letting you transfer apps to the sd card.

Right ok, I suspect I didn't suffer this because I'd got a clean device (Galaxy S4) which I updated before restoring my apps back to it. No apps have broken with subsequent updates although I admit most apps are still currently running under phone storage.

I find my usage pattern is that I use the SD card more for videos, music and pictures and I use the in built phone memory for contacts, messages and apps.

It sounds like I'm not going to see much impact.

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