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[Q] Can it used microSDHC?

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By cheater1, Junior Member on 20th February 2013, 11:26 PM
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There is a sale on SanDisk Ultra Class 10 microSDHC. Can Asus Transformer Infinity TF700 support micriSDHC? Can it support 64GB?
 
 
20th February 2013, 11:53 PM |#2  
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There is a sale on SanDisk Ultra Class 10 microSDHC. Can Asus Transformer Infinity TF700 support micriSDHC? Can it support 64GB?

I and lots of other in here have a UHS-1 (post-class 10)-rated Sandisk 64 GB SDXC. Works great on updated systems (mostly not working on the units at launch date) and all current custom ROMs. Look up the thread on external memory - that's what the search function is for, mate!
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I and lots of other in here have a UHS-1 (post-class 10)-rated Sandisk 64 GB SDXC. Works great on updated systems (mostly not working on the units at launch date) and all current custom ROMs. Look up the thread on external memory - that's what the search function is for, mate!

Thank for the help. I'm not good with memory and types of memory. Is the SDXC same as microSDHC?
21st February 2013, 06:09 AM |#4  
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Thank for the help. I'm not good with memory and types of memory. Is the SDXC same as microSDHC?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_Digital

(micro)SDHC is limited to 32 GB, everything above is (micro)SDXC. SDXC is by default formatted exFAT, which is also supported by the TF700 using a preinstalled proprietary kernel module.
21st February 2013, 08:40 AM |#5  
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Thank for the help. I'm not good with memory and types of memory. Is the SDXC same as microSDHC?

_that gave you the technically far more complete and eloquent answer (@_that: how do you keep all this inf in your brain? ) but the short answer for Dummies is that if we can use SDXC to good effect, you can use SDHC (since it is an older standard, and support for it is more widespread).
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@_that: how do you keep all this inf in your brain?

I don't need to - I know how to use Google.
22nd February 2013, 12:23 AM |#7  
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I don't need to - I know how to use Google.

Ah. I know how to do a search, but I have to admit that I oftentimes just don't take the time for that. Still, I think you're great for knowledge!
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Hey, don't underrate the ability to Google. You might be surprised how many otherwise smart people find it difficult to form a good query that returns focused results.
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Hey, don't underrate the ability to Google. You might be surprised how many otherwise smart people find it difficult to form a good query that returns focused results.

Hahaha, you're right. Luckily, when I said 'I know how to search", I really meant "I know how to search". I do find it funny how, sometimes, just adding one term -- or even changing the sequence of terms -- makes the results so different. You really have to be creative sometimes. (And I'm surprised at what people have published about -- it's very, very rare that nobody ever posted on a specific subject. One big happy pool of information waiting to be harvested.
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