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SD Card Q's

"Removable memory Up to 32 GB MicroSD"
1) Why is it that you can only have up to 32gb on an SD card that can be inserted in the phone? What would happen if you inserted a 64gb?

2) Also can you store music on this removable memory or just pictures and videos?

3) Is there any possible way that the space for apps can be expanded because 8gb isnt too much and you cannot put apps on the SD card so is there anything else that can be done?

Sarah Ros

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  1. No, the Photon only supports microSDHC and the 64gb (and anything over 32gb) is classified as microSDXC.

  2. Yes, you can store music and pictures.

  3. You can install some apps on a SD card, but they tend to run better on the internal memory.

Marcus Syriac 0 votes
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SanDisk Memory Zone puts you in complete control. Manage and backup both your local and cloud memory with one free app. Move files back and forth from your memory card to select cloud services, or from the cloud directly to your phone. Cloud services supported: Box, Dropbox, Google Docs, Picasa, SugarSync, SkyDrive and Facebook.
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I have not tried the SanDisk Memory Zone app, but it looks like something you would be interested in. It has a high rating too! :)

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Hello,

Thank you Marcus for sharing this great information. I would like to add that because of the way the software is programmed on the phone apps can not be moved to the external SD card.

Patrick Roberts 0 votes
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I have one more thing to add. I decided to try a 64gb SD card to see what would happen and the card is working great. I am not officially saying that the phone supports 64gb SD cards I am just saying if you happen to have a 64gb SD card laying around you can try it in your phone.

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