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Default 64G micro SD card for Galaxy Player?

Looks like there is a 64G micro SD by Sandisk. Will be good for my collections of lossless music.

http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Mobile.../dp/B005V7WIA2

Many claim that it works even on old Android devices. Just wonder if any Galaxy Player owners tried this yet?

Update:

Finally got one. Similar to the experience of other users, the player will think that the SD card is corrupted when mounted for the first time. Once you format it as instructed, it will work fine.

I have attached a couple of screenshots below for those who are interested. Two of the screenshots are benchmark of 64G Sandisk (Class 6) vs 32G Lexar (Class 10).
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Looks like there is a 64G micro SD by Sandisk. Will be good for my collections of lossless music.

http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Mobile.../dp/B005V7WIA2

Many claim that it works even on old Android devices. Just wonder if any Galaxy Player owners tried this yet?
I think I read somewhere that the SDXC I cards are somewhat compatible with older devices but not fully. That "I" degignation is new and not supported by older SDHC devices. In older devices, the "I" cards would work at a slower speeds, I believe. In this case, Class 6... I think I have seen SDXC I cards being advertised as 50Mb/sec read speeds... at class 6, that would drop do avg. 6Mb/sec... so you loose the speed the "I" standard brings but the larger capacity always sounds good. In saying so, I have not tried these. I am however, very tempted...
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Looks like there is a 64G micro SD by Sandisk. Will be good for my collections of lossless music.

http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Mobile.../dp/B005V7WIA2

Many claim that it works even on old Android devices. Just wonder if any Galaxy Player owners tried this yet?
I'd imagine it will work just fine. You just won't be able to take advantage of the "advanced speed" aspect.

If your interested in it, just purchase it with Paypal and return it if it doesn't work. I'd give it a try, but I'm fine with my 32GB + 16GB cards at this time.

If you do end up ordering it, please let us know what your results are...

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Looks like there is a 64G micro SD by Sandisk. Will be good for my collections of lossless music.

http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Mobile.../dp/B005V7WIA2

Many claim that it works even on old Android devices. Just wonder if any Galaxy Player owners tried this yet?
If I recall correctly someone over at anythingbutipod.com bought a 64 gb micro sd card and it worked perfectly with his 5.0 player.

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If I recall correctly someone over at anythingbutipod.com bought a 64 gb micro sd card and it worked perfectly with his 5.0 player.

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That's a good news. I will probably take the plunge and report back. As for speed, class 6 should be sufficient for music storage. I used to use class 4 for that purpose, it was a bit pain to load the music onto it for the first time but playing music from it is not an issue.
 
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Like Galaxy Player only supports 32Gb, sorry for my English
 
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Works fine on my 5.0, formatted to FAT32, speeds around class 6 using r14 kernel on international
 
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I am using one on the 5.0 U.S version.
 
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Looks like there is a 64G micro SD by Sandisk. Will be good for my collections of lossless music.

http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Mobile.../dp/B005V7WIA2

Many claim that it works even on old Android devices. Just wonder if any Galaxy Player owners tried this yet?
So does the Galaxy wifi 4 player support this type of 64GB micro sd card?
It would be great news if it did.

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I am using a 64GB in my 4.0 (U.S.) formatted to fat32.

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