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Default I think 32gb is much better.

I am using 16gb now. In my SD some data(lecturenotes, docs, ebooks) and 2 custom rom files. Even i have neither podcasts nor movies, but my SD have only 2gb space now. I think 32gb or higher capacity sd will be much better.
 
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Never enough. I can't wait for 64 and 128 to become the standard.

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32gb it is then. Thanks to everyone for posting
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32gb is the only way to go didn't even look at 16 GB she. I bought mine a couple of weeks ago

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And you'll notice all my media is on external SD...

 
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@BarryH_GEG could I tranfer lets say a film from Internal Storage to SDCard on KitKat??

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@BarryH_GEG could I tranfer lets say a film from Internal Storage to SDCard on KitKat??

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The work-around to getting pretty much anything to external SD is Samsung's My Files. The challenge is moving huge files, that or moving a lot of files simultaneously that are collectively huge. There might not be enough free space on your internal storage to get the files on to your device. Here's a couple of ways of getting files directly to external storage. Like everyone else I'm not thrilled with the new external SD card restrictions but there are ways to accomplish pretty much anything. The only thing I haven't found a work around for is syncing. I ended up moving a bunch of apps and files to external storage so I could move my sync folders to internal storage.

You can setup a two-window instance of My Files and drag-and-drop content directly from Dropbox to External SD.



You can also use Samsung Link to transfer files from another Samsung device, a PC, or a cloud service (Dropbox, OneDrive, Box) directly to external storage. IMHO, Samsung Link is one of the most overlooked features Samsung provides. It's fantastic for managing and viewing files across devices. For example, I can take a picture with my Gear which transfers it to my N3. I can view, edit, and share the pic from my N10.1-14 or PC seconds later. Anyway, here's a screen shot of it.




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