Extended storage options? by radzey posted May 31, 2022 at 11:45 PM
Where to find the menu in this screenshot? I looked everywhere the settings for it, but it is nowhere to be found. I am using Android 11. Was it perhaps removed at some point?
Western Digital introduced its first SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I card with 400 GB capacity. The new SanDisk microSD card allows double the storage since the manufacturer managed to leverage its proprietary memory technology and design and production processes.
microSD cards have evolved over the years and this has resulted in some people being confused about what they're buying. Android Police has put together a buyer's guide for those who are interested in investing in a microSD card right now.
The 256GB SanDisk microSD card is available for only $120 today as the Amazon Gold Box deal of the day. The usual retail price is $199 and the cheapest it's been on Amazon before is $135, making this a new low price.
Samsung wants to make sure Galaxy S7 units continue to fly off the shelves right up until the Galaxy S8 releases, which is why Best Buy is offering a free 256GB EVO+ microSD card with the activation of any Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge device at Best Buy.
Looking to pick up one of the fasted 128GB microSD cards on the planet? The 128GB EVO+ microSD card from Samsung is currently selling for $37.79 on Amazon. It may not be the cheapest microSD card available, but it's a must-have for those who are able to use Android Marshmallow's Adoptive storage...
I have a Note 4 (SM-N910T on stock rooted 5.0.1) that suddenly started having issues with a specific microSD card. The card works perfectly in my computer and my S4, and my Note 4 can read other cards without issue. So it seems to be an issue with this specific card in this specific...
MicroSD cards are getting cheaper and cheaper and today's deal drops Silicon Power's 128GB microSD card to the lowest it has ever been on Amazon.
The card originally sold for ~$100, but has steadily been going down in cost. Right now, you can grab it for only $29.95 and that comes with free...
Samsung has introduced one of the highest capacity microSD cards available with enough speed to record 4K video. It's a 256GB EVO microSD card with read and write speeds of up to 95 megabytes per second.
The card will cost $250 when it becomes available this June. While many would likely want...
Amazon the 64GB microSD card from SanDisk at a list price of $59.99. However, they're holding a sale where you can grab this item for 70% off the list price.
So for a limited time, you can get this 64GB microSD card for only $18. This even comes with free shipping if you're an Amazon Prime...
If you haven't gotten a 200GB microSD card from SanDisk yet, now's the time. Amazon has the thing for just $59. It's the lowest price we've ever seen for the chip which carries the honor of being the highest capacity microSD card available.
We just posted about Samsung's 128GB microSD card on sale at Amazon but PNY is also discounting theirs as well.
You can pick up this PNY branded microSD card for $5 cheaper than the Samsung one as well, bringing the price to $34.99.
Toward the end of last year we saw this same microSD card hit this very same price point and now the sale is back.
With the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge being shipped to customers around the world now, it's the perfect time to pick up one of these 128GB memory cards to hold all of your media.