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# 177676 11-Aug-2015 12:01
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I have changed phones and the new one does not support a microsd larger than 32GB. Does anyone have a 32GB microsd they want to swap for my 64GB microsd? It is a Kingston product.

Not after any cash and happy to pay my half of the shipping. I'm in Wellington.

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  # 1362749 11-Aug-2015 12:01
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  # 1362785 11-Aug-2015 12:40
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I got a Samsung 32Gb at home, class 6 but performance is rather good, if you are interested.  In Auckland so someone closer might suit.


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  # 1362787 11-Aug-2015 12:46
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Damn I just ordered a 64gb to upgrade my 32gb. Happy to swap my 32gb for your 64gb if you want though. Its class 10.

Pm me & I'm in Wellington.

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  # 1362828 11-Aug-2015 13:24
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Try just formatting the card fat32 in a PC and see if the phone will take it. The issue with saying that they support 64gig is they have to support exfat file system, and there is some negativity attached to that as its from microsoft.


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  # 1363142 11-Aug-2015 19:56
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^^^ This is the answer. I've got 64GB cards in both my Android devices. I had to format the card on a PC to fat32 and had to use a third party tool to achieve it.

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  # 1363628 12-Aug-2015 13:25
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I have a just bought extra class 10 SD MScard I don't use.

Used it once on a tablet before my 64gb came. I'd be keen for the upgrade in space for my phone. :-))

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  # 1363660 12-Aug-2015 13:37
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I am based in the Wellington CBD and have a 32gb card if you want it.

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