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  Reply # 640386 13-Jun-2012 20:27
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cokeman2: anyone know a good place to get a 64gb sd card like a reliable source so many around on the net dont want to get ripped off with a fake ?


Don't know about locally (TradeMe maybe? how do you pick a fake?) There is a discussion with speed read/write tests on a microSDXC 64GB class10 member IntegerIsNumber bought off Ebay in this thread: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=97&topicid=103994&page_no=2 

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  Reply # 640396 13-Jun-2012 20:53
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n95:
cokeman2: anyone know a good place to get a 64gb sd card like a reliable source so many around on the net dont want to get ripped off with a fake ?


Don't know about locally (TradeMe maybe? how do you pick a fake?) There is a discussion with speed read/write tests on a microSDXC 64GB class10 member IntegerIsNumber bought off Ebay in this thread: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=97&topicid=103994&page_no=2 


I bought mine from Moby Memory in the UK. I've bought two, at different times.  They were really good to deal with when my first didn't arrive.  Sent out a replacement without any hassle. The 2nd order I placed I had delivered to the UK, because we were going to be there.




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  Reply # 640413 13-Jun-2012 21:33
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Neets:
n95:
cokeman2: anyone know a good place to get a 64gb sd card like a reliable source so many around on the net dont want to get ripped off with a fake ?


Don't know about locally (TradeMe maybe? how do you pick a fake?) There is a discussion with speed read/write tests on a microSDXC 64GB class10 member IntegerIsNumber bought off Ebay in this thread: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=97&topicid=103994&page_no=2 


I bought mine from Moby Memory in the UK. I've bought two, at different times.  They were really good to deal with when my first didn't arrive.  Sent out a replacement without any hassle. The 2nd order I placed I had delivered to the UK, because we were going to be there.


I've also purchased from them several times and can vouch for them.




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  Reply # 640440 13-Jun-2012 22:20
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NZtechfreak:
Neets:
n95:
cokeman2: anyone know a good place to get a 64gb sd card like a reliable source so many around on the net dont want to get ripped off with a fake ?


Don't know about locally (TradeMe maybe? how do you pick a fake?) There is a discussion with speed read/write tests on a microSDXC 64GB class10 member IntegerIsNumber bought off Ebay in this thread: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=97&topicid=103994&page_no=2 


I bought mine from Moby Memory in the UK. I've bought two, at different times.  They were really good to deal with when my first didn't arrive.  Sent out a replacement without any hassle. The 2nd order I placed I had delivered to the UK, because we were going to be there.


I've also purchased from them several times and can vouch for them.


thanks guys 

the one of ebay for bout 84 nz pretty sweet deal :)




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  Reply # 640459 13-Jun-2012 22:48
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cokeman2:
NZtechfreak:
Neets:
n95:
cokeman2: anyone know a good place to get a 64gb sd card like a reliable source so many around on the net dont want to get ripped off with a fake ?


Don't know about locally (TradeMe maybe? how do you pick a fake?) There is a?discussion with speed read/write tests on a?microSDXC 64GB class10 member IntegerIsNumber?bought off Ebay in this thread:?http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=97&topicid=103994&page_no=2?


I bought mine from?Moby Memory in the UK. I've bought two, at different times. ?They were really good to deal with when my first didn't arrive. ?Sent out a replacement without any hassle. The 2nd order I placed I had delivered to the UK, because we were going to be there.


I've also purchased from them several times and can vouch for them.


thanks guys?

the one of ebay for bout 84 nz pretty sweet deal :)


And I can confirm that I have received a genuine SanDisk class 10 :) 64GB.
Going to test it again with my office computer instead because it is much faster than my crappy old desktop. Also going to test with SDtools on Galaxy S3 as well (my colleague's S3).

I will post my results here tomorrow.

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  Reply # 640475 14-Jun-2012 02:48
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flashed via odin, rooted and triangle-away'ed I9300XXALF2

no problems


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  Reply # 640476 14-Jun-2012 03:09
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NZteckfreak's awesome connectivity demo prompted me to try virtual tennis with a ps3 controller ... works so well ... game goes from infuriating  to totally playable.

http://youtu.be/O-sAEJmTswU


and for good measure ran some avengers over the top of it... 

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  Reply # 640485 14-Jun-2012 07:35
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and screen test with knife, scary !!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnwwz0nyOno

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  Reply # 640486 14-Jun-2012 07:36
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Lambchop: flashed via odin, rooted and triangle-away'ed I9300XXALF2

no problems



How the cell drain on this one?
Still showing more than the screen?

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  Reply # 640492 14-Jun-2012 07:50
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sqlpro: and screen test with knife, scary !!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnwwz0nyOno


Wow, makes screen protectors seem a little silly

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  Reply # 640508 14-Jun-2012 08:44
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Lambchop: flashed via odin, rooted and triangle-away'ed I9300XXALF2

no problems



What network are you on?




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  Reply # 640561 14-Jun-2012 10:08
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IntegerIsNumber: 
And I can confirm that I have received a genuine SanDisk class 10 :) 64GB.
Going to test it again with my office computer instead because it is much faster than my crappy old desktop. Also going to test with SDtools on Galaxy S3 as well (my colleague's S3).

I will post my results here tomorrow.


My card just arrived today, the phone can see it as 64GB but SDtools can not test it because it finds mnt/sdcard but not mnt/extsdcard grrrrrrrr

So to test it I will now write about 59GB of music to it :) 

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  Reply # 640577 14-Jun-2012 10:30
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sittingduckz:
IntegerIsNumber: 
And I can confirm that I have received a genuine SanDisk class 10 :) 64GB.
Going to test it again with my office computer instead because it is much faster than my crappy old desktop. Also going to test with SDtools on Galaxy S3 as well (my colleague's S3).

I will post my results here tomorrow.


My card just arrived today, the phone can see it as 64GB but SDtools can not test it because it finds mnt/sdcard but not mnt/extsdcard grrrrrrrr

So to test it I will now write about 59GB of music to it :) 


Yes that is the problem when I tried to put it into my colleague's S3 lol.
The external memory is mount as mnt/eMMC instead I guess. Greeerrrrrr!

Doing a filled write now again at work with my work computer. The test still running :D and so far it is 37GB into the memory card already.

 

I'm using H2testw v1.4 to do a write + verify. It is also detecting if the card is a knock off as well.

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  Reply # 640580 14-Jun-2012 10:34
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sittingduckz:
IntegerIsNumber: 
And I can confirm that I have received a genuine SanDisk class 10 :) 64GB.
Going to test it again with my office computer instead because it is much faster than my crappy old desktop. Also going to test with SDtools on Galaxy S3 as well (my colleague's S3).

I will post my results here tomorrow.


My card just arrived today, the phone can see it as 64GB but SDtools can not test it because it finds mnt/sdcard but not mnt/extsdcard grrrrrrrr

So to test it I will now write about 59GB of music to it :) 


I already covered that :)




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  Reply # 640589 14-Jun-2012 10:58
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NZtechfreak:
sittingduckz:
IntegerIsNumber: 
And I can confirm that I have received a genuine SanDisk class 10 :) 64GB.
Going to test it again with my office computer instead because it is much faster than my crappy old desktop. Also going to test with SDtools on Galaxy S3 as well (my colleague's S3).

I will post my results here tomorrow.


My card just arrived today, the phone can see it as 64GB but SDtools can not test it because it finds mnt/sdcard but not mnt/extsdcard grrrrrrrr

So to test it I will now write about 59GB of music to it :) 


I already covered that :)


I found one called SD Card Tester. You can choose the sdcard path. It is running now

I suppose you already covered that as well :)

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