I bought a SanDisk class 10 64gb off Amazon. I used it straight out of the box on all the cleanrom's with no issues at all since December 2012. I had to reformat it to fat32 for the jedirom and been using it a month a while now with no problems at all.
The only time I had an issue with the SanDisk 64 was user error... I tried Vanilla and it was a friggin' mess... had to download a quick program to get it reformatted back to Fat32 but not a problem with the micro....
After I first installed the Sandisk 64gb card in my Verizon Note 2 it didn't show up in Settings->Storage and no app could see it. I formatted it from the phone and then it showed up. That was 3 months ago and no problems since. All the talk about Sandisk cards has caused me to regularly back up the card to my PC however.
Sandisk class 10 64gb. Running beans 10 vrall kernel. No formatting or problems with other roms so far.
Originally Posted by austinwilliams1989
Going 3 weeks on my SanDisk 64gb Class 10 card from Amazon formatted to exfat and using Beans Rom with stock kernel. No problems at all.
Same setup and results here. I did have some problems using the card with Beans 10 and the PBJ kernel, a reboot loop when Media Scanner starts, but it works fine with the Perseus kernel and the Beans Stock. Perseus made the UI a bit choppy IMO, but the Beans kernel is nice and smooth.
The lack of a 32gb Note 2 means I would have to use a 64gb card with it, we're I to purchase the phone. I currently have a 32gb S3. I originally bought a 64gb card with my S3 but experienced nothing but problems with it. When I go to the SanDisk support forums it appears I am not the only one; lots of people report the exact same problem, the card would basically die after 1hr to a couple of days. Card would show as damaged on phone, require a reformat, reformat would fail. Nothing could be done after that. I have used both a SanDisk and a Samsung 32gb card for years in various phones with no problems of any kind. When the problem happened with the 64GB card, I returned it, was told it was defective when it didn't work for the seller, was given a replacement, and the same thing happened. The seller just returned my money and said they didn't want to sell me anymore cards because they didn't know how I was f'ing them up. They couldn't get them to work again either. I ask because this is the only thing keeping me from buying a Note 2 TODAY. Anyone using a SanDisk 64gb card with theirs?
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I have a 64gb Sandisk card and it works great. I don't swap these cards at all, and I loaded it up with music and movies. Works great.
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