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hi kms108, I see you own an Xperia Ray. Did you try the 64gb sd in the Ray? Can you share with us if it works or not? While Googling I only find people speculating that since it works on the Play, it should work on the Ray too, but I hope you can confirm this for real..
Hi the last one i got, I gave the card away to a friend so i didn't try it.

will try the card at the end of the month, the 64GB card recenly had a bid drop in price in hong kong from HKD 1000 to hkd 540 (USD 129 to USD 69.50) will get another soon.
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I decided to bet on it, and bought the 64GB microSDXC, class 6, from Sandisk, and I can confirm that it works on the Xperia Ray. I know this is an HTC sub-forum, but since this answers a question I raised here, I thought I might post the answer here as well.

I had to format the sdcard to FAT32 format, I guess Android doesn't read exFat. The formatting had to be done on my computer, I didn't find an option for formatting in Android.
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