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Hi ,on alibaba.com ,I see some 256gb micro s.d .
Are we sure are not a fake?
I woul'd like to use it with my samsung s4 i9500 for storage purpose.
Can you help me?
P.S: i think the s4 can read it ,or limited to 64gb on s.d. ?
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Hi ,on alibaba.com ,I see some 256gb micro s.d .
Are we sure are not a fake?
I woul'd like to use it with my samsung s4 i9500 for storage purpose.
Can you help me?
P.S: i think the s4 can read it ,or limited to 64gb on s.d. ?
tks giovanni.
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normal is Byte is it ?
I intend this vs for example 64 gb i have.
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i think it should be fake........anyways SGS4 just supports external sdcard up to 64GB...
 
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so...does'n exist is it ?
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P.S: s4 support more than 64gb ,try via usb ota ,it works,and maybealso in the S.D. but i'have not the opportunity to test.we need a cable from micro sd to sdxc,and try.
 
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Im pretty sure it doesnt.
I know lexar has sd card 256gb
But there like 500$ and don't buy micro sd from alibaba there all fake.

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Im pretty sure it doesnt.
I know lexar has sd card 256gb
But there like 500$ and don't buy micro sd from alibaba there all fake.

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48$ each one ...we can try.....a friend of mine buy a lot of micro sd. from alibaba ...no problem at all,but 64gb max.
the problem is for 256gb.
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48$ each one ...we can try.....a friend of mine buy a lot of micro sd. from alibaba ...no problem at all,but 64gb max.
the problem is for 256gb.
tks giovanni.
Hey for 50$ you can buy real brandname 64gb online with shipping .

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