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5.0 out of 5 stars Stop press: 64Gb Micro SD card WORKS in Samsung Galaxy Ace!, 9 Jun. 2012
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It's funny, every other review talks about using it in the Samsung Note, S2 or a another high end smartphone or tablet. All I have is a humble Galaxy Ace, not even the Plus. I have to say that this card works perfectly :-)! Formatted in the phone, filled from my laptop using the adapter, not a problem. I don't understand write/read speeds and all that stuff. I just know it does exactly what I want and that's to store ALL my music and play it And store more than a couple of films. My phone is now my mp3/4 player: one less electronic item to carry around.

Why do these companies keep saying their phones will only work with up to 32Gb cards? Is it because 64Gb never existed before? And it's another reason for not buying an Iphone: I can increase my storage without buying a new phone! Or paying for a 'cloud'. Happy days.
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Initial post: 20 Jun 2012 19:42:55 BDT
This is because you have formatted in a Specific format (FAT to be precise) This has its drawback (cannot store files bigger than 4gb but the latter being unnecessary for a budget phone like Galaxy ace since files bigger than 4gb are usually High Definition Movies.)

Formatting this in NTFS mode will allow you do otherwise. However, it will be unreadable from your phone.

Posted on 1 Nov 2012 10:02:25 GMT
JoelA says:
"Why do these companies keep saying their phones will only work with up to 32Gb cards? Is it because 64Gb never existed before?"

Pretty much.

Posted on 13 Jan 2013 01:08:33 GMT
Mark Booth says:
Sadly this card doesn't work in all Samsung Galaxy Ace's, for example my brand new S5839i.

When I plug it in, I get a "Damaged SD card" notification. Formatting the card in the phone completes, but the phone is still unable to mount the SD card.

The card works perfectly in an SDXC compatible CD card reader in my PC, it even passes a full H2testw so it isn't a fake.

Posted on 7 Mar 2013 20:27:50 GMT
Last edited by the author on 7 Mar 2013 20:29:49 GMT
I have a Galaxy Ace as well, but unfortunately the card does not work for me. My phone model is GT-S5830i. Its not a Galaxy Ace 2. I installed a software update from Samsung using the built-in function on the phone and it did help.
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