SanDisk MicroSDHC Card - 32GB
Product part number: SDSDQM-032G-B35A
Product reference: 20431
This tiny SanDisk 32GB transflash Micro SD memory card is perfect for storing photos, music and video.
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9 February 2011
I need a better memory card than the one supplied with my new HTC Desire HD. I when for the largest possible as I listen to a great deal of audio books, podcasts and music whilst driving all over the country.
I was a little concerned when it arrive in a poly bag and not a full retail package. You hear about counterfeit memory cards all the time, but to date I haven't had any problems with it.
17 August 2010
The card works just fine in my HTC desire running Android 2.2. The data speed is adequate allowing me to watch movies with no video pausing. I was very impressed with the card when I inserted it into my Ubuntu desktop, I could access the card at high speed for copying MP3s etc. My phone quotes the total available space at 29.71GB so I wonder where the other 2GB+ went ?
Samsung Galaxy S2 (GT-I9100)
12 December 2012
Stuck it in, switched phone on, extra storage available as expected.
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Sandisk TransFlash / microSD is an ultra small, removable flash memory module designed for mobile devices.
TransFlash / microSD provides a flexible storage solution for your data and music.
Removable memory module.
Expands memory capacity for mobile phones.
The world's smallest removable storage module.
The TransFlash / microSD memory module can be inserted into an adapter and used in other SD-enabled devices.
Dimensions: 15 x 11 x 1 mm (L x W x D).
Class 2 rating
Speed - Up to 2MB/sec. read rate and 7.7 MB/sec write rate.
5 year warranty.
Please note if your having problems with your 32GB card with your HTC Desire or any Android phone please follow the following steps:
1)Place the microSD card into your adapter or USB reader. Then put the adapter/reader into your computer’s SDcard/USB slot.
2)Wait until the AutoPlay notification pops up. Make note of the drive letter, which looks like this (the part that says “Sony Ericsson PC Software (D:)” :
3)Close the AutoPlay window and then go to My Computer (or Computer in Windows 7).
4)From the left panel, right-click on the drive letter assigned to your SD card.
5)Select “Format” and let Windows do the rest.
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