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Video 128GB Sandisk MicroSD Work On GPAD

Video Test/Review :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5KGzi...wOvvGczvMpSzww

Available: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/sandisk-...e-00007d89014c

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Thank you! Nice vid.
 
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So this makes it worth as much as a $1200 ipad...
 
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Great Job on the vids Snake
And Thanks for passing on the info.. having a 128 Gb option that works across multiple configs is a good thing..
AS MY 8 MONTHS WITH THE LG G-PAD COMES TO A CLOSE...


I SUPPOSE THERE WERE MORE HIGHS THAN THERE WERE LOWS...
 
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So this makes it worth as much as a $1200 ipad...
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Nice. I just popped a 64GB card in. The lack of external (and internal) storage is what kept me from buying a Nexus 7. It's ridiculous that they won't put in a simple expansion slot just so they can sell them in different capacities. Well, their loss.
 
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Nice. I just popped a 64GB card in. The lack of external (and internal) storage is what kept me from buying a Nexus 7. It's ridiculous that they won't put in a simple expansion slot just so they can sell them in different capacities. Well, their loss.
Google has their reasons for moving away from supporting mass storage.

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Thanks! I appreciate having actual user confirmation this works. LG's manual and the Google Play store both indicate that there is an artificial 64 GB limitation to microSD cards on this device, which is really stupid considering that it's both a lie and it makes the device look far less useful than it really is! I only have one device that works with 64 GB cards in exFAT format but not 128 GB cards in exFAT, but it's a camcorder. The general state of SD support is a huge mess, even for technically-minded customers.
 
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Thanks! I appreciate having actual user confirmation this works. LG's manual and the Google Play store both indicate that there is an artificial 64 GB limitation to microSD cards on this device, which is really stupid considering that it's both a lie and it makes the device look far less useful than it really is! I only have one device that works with 64 GB cards in exFAT format but not 128 GB cards in exFAT, but it's a camcorder. The general state of SD support is a huge mess, even for technically-minded customers.
thanks for the feedback great to hear my video helped you
 
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Hi, I just get this 128 Gb Sandisk for my LG PAD 8.3. It recognize 119Gb which is fine but I can't copy any file on it !
I tested it on Windows and the copy is OK.

What kind of file manager are you using with the Sandisk ? I am using daily ES Explorer with a 64Gb and it can copy any file anywhere.
It seems ES can't deal with this Sandisk. Same issue with the default file manager that comes with the LG pad 8.3

Thanks in advance for your help !
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