Sandisk Ultra 64GB Class 10 Micro SD Card with SD Adapter - FFP @ Amazon £34.99
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Sandisk Ultra 64GB Class 10 Micro SD Card with SD Adapter - FFP @ Amazon £34.99

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i have bought one but still seems a lot of money , not sure if to cancel and get a 32gb at £15 , decisions decisions:p

Bear in mind that a lot of gadgets only accept up to 32gb

Sweet...Getting one for my Nook HD

Hot, because it's a decent price.

Caution, because some of these SanDisk cards have been unreliable in Samsung devices. Just sayin........

are they okay in S4?

adamwilko007

i have bought one but still seems a lot of money , not sure if to cancel … i have bought one but still seems a lot of money , not sure if to cancel and get a 32gb at £15 , decisions decisions:p


where can you get the 32gb at £15?

nice fast card,i have one of these in my nook hd+ for watching videos.

MuscleFlex

where can you get the 32gb at £15?



Amazon class 6 Samsung

This works in my Samsung Note 10.1 and my Sandisk clip zip MP3 player. Good card and reasonable price which will of course keep falling. There's some sellers on ebay selling for a quid less which is where I bought my second card from and it seems genuine.

If you buy big capacity SD cards from the web, get them from Amazon in Amazon 'frustration free' packaging. That way you 100% know they are genuine.

will never buy Sandisk again. They don't work in Samsung Phones properly

freccle

Bear in mind that a lot of gadgets only accept up to 32gb


Many devices say that... including the s3 and note 2 but it is working in mine right now...

skuk21

will never buy Sandisk again. They don't work in Samsung Phones properly


I remember hearing that they have updated the cards after a recall? But they work now

adamwilko007

Amazon class 6 Samsung



ahh ok thanks. i'm after class 10

podface1

I remember hearing that they have updated the cards after a recall? But … I remember hearing that they have updated the cards after a recall? But they work now



Their customer services is pants too. In order to get a replacement I had to send it to the states at my expense. They don't have local customer services who can exchange etc. I have found Samsung memory cards to be most reliable

kennethsross

Hot, because it's a decent price.Caution, because some of these SanDisk … Hot, because it's a decent price.Caution, because some of these SanDisk cards have been unreliable in Samsung devices. Just sayin........



I had one die on me in an S3.

skuk21

will never buy Sandisk again. They don't work in Samsung Phones properly



There are no inherent compatibility issues between Sandisk (the worlds largest supplier of flash memory) and Samsung (the worlds largest supplier of Smartphones), although (of course) any card can fail in any device & devices that were designed before 64GB cards were around may be reliant on firmware updates to offer support.

As others have mentioned, 64GB cards are often not explicitly supported, but rarely fail to work in my experience (although sometimes you may need to format them in the device). If you are unsure then either research compatibility with your device online or play safe and opt for a 32GB card.

I have used 64GB Sandisk MicroSD cards in my previously owned Galaxy S2, Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 2, all without issues.

Mike


Edited by: "mwarner" 16th Sep 2013

my 64gb sandisk kept dismounting in a galaxy tab 2. emailed amazon and they sent out another, not had any problems since. £35 is a good price if its from amazon and not market place

There is a new model to the card when I go to the link... I assume the deal is on the model that fails in Samsung devices.

I've had exactly that card in my s3 for a year now and never had any problems with it. Used it on my Sony Xperia Z for a while with no problems, even when it says on the Z's specs that it works with cards up to 32gb only.

Anybody have any experience with 64gb cards in a Sandisk Sansa Clip+?

A word of warning for anyone using a Gopro3 Black edition, GoPro have removed the Sandisk Ultra cards from their list meaning they don't guarantee performance of the camera with these cards which may mean it drops the bitrate in some of the modes. I decided to pay a few quid more and go for the Samsung 64GB card which GoPro do list as being fully compatible.

John

I have one of these in my note 2 and it works fine

mwarner

There are no inherent compatibility issues between Sandisk (the worlds … There are no inherent compatibility issues between Sandisk (the worlds largest supplier of flash memory) and Samsung (the worlds largest supplier of Smartphones), although (of course) any card can fail in any device & devices that were designed before 64GB cards were around may be reliant on firmware updates to offer support.As others have mentioned, 64GB cards are often not explicitly supported, but rarely fail to work in my experience (although sometimes you may need to format them in the device). If you are unsure then either research compatibility with your device online or play safe and opt for a 32GB card.I have used 64GB Sandisk MicroSD cards in my previously owned Galaxy S2, Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 2, all without issues.Mike



Nope. The fault was in the cards - phonearena.com/new…986 so getting a 32gb card wouldn't have been "playing it safe" either. It's all fixed now though, as long as this isn't old stock.

MuscleFlex

ahh ok thanks. i'm after class 10



SanDisk 32gb class 10 on ebay for 17.50 with free shipping.

jayzzy

SanDisk 32gb class 10 on ebay for 17.50 with free shipping.



Thanks but too many fakes around especially on ebay - can't risk it.

It's gonna be for my GoPro 3 black

MuscleFlex

It's gonna be for my GoPro 3 black



It's worth having a read through the GoPro firmware release notes regarding compatibly memory cards:

http://discussion.gopro.com/gopro/topics/sdxc_compatibility_list_updated_for_gopro_hero3_july_29_2013_firmware

John

Had 2 of these for my S3, wouldnt format, which killed the card.

Customer service with Sandisk was awesome though, got sent a new one from Czech, which is now 100% fine. Formatted multiple times to be sure.

Apparently a faulty 'batch' last year

those people that have had trouble with this... you sure your cards are genuine?

kennethsross

Hot, because it's a decent price.Caution, because some of these SanDisk … Hot, because it's a decent price.Caution, because some of these SanDisk cards have been unreliable in Samsung devices. Just sayin........



There are plenty of reports of other brands of cards failing in Samsung phones too. My money's on it being (mostly, if not entirely) a Samsung problem (but SanDisk honour their warranties regardless, and implement a workaround in newer revisions).

pankomputerek

There is a new model to the card when I go to the link... I assume the … There is a new model to the card when I go to the link... I assume the deal is on the model that fails in Samsung devices.


Good point. I'd like that confirmed too if anyone knows?

I'm also confused. Anyone know the difference?

Cracking deal - it's rare that you can buy the highest capacity micro sd card for the same price as 2 smaller cards, let alone a little less! I'm intrigued to see if there are problems with them that have been mentioned here - only one way to find out and at least with it being direct from Amazon, the returns shouldnt be an issue.

sent mine back in discust, wouldn't even transfer files at class 6 rates

Timbo_UK

sent mine back in discust, wouldn't even transfer files at class 6 rates



That's discraceful!

need one for my S4 but darent purchase due to the history..

64gb ultra works very well in my HTC one m8
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