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By callmeanoob, Junior Member on 24th March 2012, 05:38 AM
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Can i use a normal 32gb microsd instead of microsdhc class 10?
because here in indonesia 32gb is not a ready stock item, and once i order it there will be no refund if the microsd is not working
 
 
24th March 2012, 05:45 AM |#2  
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I put a 32 gb class 4 in mine and it works fine.

The only time I ever had any trouble with using a class 4 card is when I tried to use it in a 3d high definition video camera. It couldn't keep up with the data writing.

A normal class 4 should be all you need.
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24th March 2012, 10:08 AM |#3  
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a 32gb MicroSD works fine.
24th March 2012, 11:58 AM |#4  
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I put a 32 gb class 4 in mine and it works fine.

The only time I ever had any trouble with using a class 4 card is when I tried to use it in a 3d high definition video camera. It couldn't keep up with the data writing.

A normal class 4 should be all you need.

3d hd? how or what exactly do you mean.
24th March 2012, 08:27 PM |#5  
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3d hd? how or what exactly do you mean.

He's saying he has never had any issues using a class 4 card...except for when he used one in a camera that had 3D/HD capabilities.

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26th March 2012, 03:15 PM |#6  
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Originally Posted by callmeanoob

Can i use a normal 32gb microsd instead of microsdhc class 10?

The only difference between MicroSD and MicroSDHC is the capacity. Any card with capacity 4GB or higher is by definition HC (high capacity). Less than 4GB is "standard" MicroSD.

Any card Class 4 or higher should be fine, up to capacity 32 GB. Above 32 GB is SDXC, which I do not think is officially supported by our device, and you may not be able to access the storage > 32 GB anyway. Many Android devices have been shown to work with SDXC (and access full capacity), but its not guaranteed.
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