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Default How to add a 128gb SDXC to your Note 3...

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anyone know how to link this to other Note 3 forums?
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Im gonna do this, hard to believe im almost already out of space on my 64gb..

This looks like theres no soldering needed for it to work so thats an extra plus. Just got my zerolemon case and 10k mah battery about a week and half ago so it should fit just fine in that case.

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This is a good a idea i definitely tryout

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Seems a waste of a perfectly good extended battery. Maybe buy a otter case or knock-off, and cut the square shape of the SD adapter or something.
 
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Seems a waste of a perfectly good extended battery. Maybe buy a otter case or knock-off, and cut the square shape of the SD adapter or something.
Good luck with that and why would it be a waste of the extended battery cases? I got what I wanted and it works.

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Good luck with that and why would it be a waste of the extended battery cases? I got what I wanted and it works.

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I think he meant the battery itself, not the case. But I agree it's not a waste since it's not permanent and you could always use it, but it would be great if what he said was possible so one wouldn't have to choose between using one or the other.

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I think he meant the battery itself, not the case. But I agree it's not a waste since it's not permanent and you could always use it, but it would be great if what he said was possible so one wouldn't have to choose between using one or the other.

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I wouldn't want to use a third party battery anyway.

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In the span of time we've seen SSD drives go from 3x nanometers down to 19nm flash, we still can't get 128GB or 256GB microSDXC? I call BS on these companies holding back technology.
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