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|07-16-2013 03:42 PM|
Had bought a couple some time back but wasn't able to find them. Currently, I have an USB 2.0 adapter but it isn't as easy as inserting the SD adapter into the laptop.
Will get one from eBay..
|07-16-2013 03:23 PM|
|07-16-2013 12:46 PM|
Didn't know this card doesn't come with an adapter! Would like to run a few tests on the card before using..
I had a Sandisk microSD card before that came with one..
Any ideas on getting a reliable adapter? Tia..
|07-04-2013 02:25 PM|
|06-29-2013 05:57 AM|
|llelowyn||Thanks for the warning!|
|06-29-2013 01:22 AM|
32GB reputable brand for $20 is every day price on Amazon/Newegg.
This is only a deal when it is a Samsung Blue 32 GB at $20.
|06-28-2013 03:18 PM|
|llelowyn||Restock notice from eBay lied to me, apparently mine is Generic!|
|06-28-2013 12:39 PM|
|06-28-2013 10:35 AM|
Make sure your "show hidden files" option is turned on under your computer's folder options and then copy/paste all the regular & hidden files from the old card to a new folder on the computer -- put the new card in your comp and copy/paste from the folder to the new card. Not sure how Android sets up SD cards but if it has hidden files to maintain file timestamps then copy/pasting hidden files may solve your problem
The problem with copy/paste is that the system changes the file creation date on the new file to today's date -- if you have a file created on 1/1/2012 and copy/paste it to a new folder then the file creation date will change to 6/28/2013 on the new file
You can also look for copy/paste options where it preserves the file creation date -- google something like "copy paste keep file creation date" to see what comes up
Another option you can look into is similar to what people do when getting a new hard drive which is creating an image of the old drive and then applying it to the new drive -- google "sd card backup image" (look for something that mentions creating an image file of an old SD card and then applying it to a new SD card)
|06-28-2013 07:33 AM|
Got this in the mail this Monday which was surprisingly fast.
Thanks for the deal.
|06-28-2013 06:47 AM|
I got my card 2 days ago. So far, so good but I had a question...
What is the best way to transfer files (mainly pictures taken on an Android phone), from an old 8GB card to this one?
It seems like when I plugged the old card into my laptop and transferred the files to the new card, in my phone, everything moved over but the order of the pictures and videos got all screwy. It seems like nothing is chronological anymore except for pictures that were taken at the same time/place...
|06-27-2013 04:34 PM|
Got my $20 C6 card today and put it in the Galaxy S4
A1 SD Bench w/ longer testing setting
1.89GHz · v4.2.2
29,975MB External SD card · Samsung Class 6
SD Card Tester w/ ~2GB of data
Unable to use SD Tools
CrystalDiskMark pics attached
|06-25-2013 04:06 PM|
i'll have to pick it up one day, but i'm full on SD cards (got a good deal on the Extreme Pro 95MB/s, in addition to the Sony 94MB/s and anything under...)
btw - the fastest microsd card on the planet: SanDisk Extreme Pro 95MB/s (benching in @ 94MB/s read, 82MB/s write)
|06-24-2013 09:08 PM|
This is pretty much the second best card on the market. The only thing better is Samsung white/pro line.
|06-24-2013 08:50 PM|
OK, let me be less than scientific then , since my science is less than perfect. My main point is...
Why buy something for $20 when for a few bucks more you can get something significantly better? You may not use the "betterness" any time soon, but maybe you'll have a need for it in the future. That's my philosophy, but I accept that it isn't everyone's.
Also, specifically, for Samsung being better than Transcend, I'll leave the reviews to speak for themselves, whatever they may say.
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