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Default [Q] 128GB Micro SD card support

I saw a 128GB MicroSdcard on sale from amazon, i wonder is the Galaxy 4 supports it, does anyone knows?
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No I think it only does 64 gigs max

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Originally Posted by ddamian67 View Post
I saw a 125GB MicroSdcard on sale from amazon, i wonder is the Galaxy 4 supports it, does anyone knows?
It'll work. People have mod the Note with 128GB SDXC cards.
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It should work. My Vision was rated up to 32GB card support and I got a 64GB card working in it.

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