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Thank you for the question. I have no personal experience with the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini. Rather than give a completely useless answer I looked on a few of the review sites and found a couple of details as follows: www.phonearena.com/phones/Samsung-Galaxy-S4-mini_id7788 gave the following information - "Storage expans… see more Thank you for the question. I have no personal experience with the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini. Rather than give a completely useless answer I looked on a few of the review sites and found a couple of details as follows: www.phonearena.com/phones/Samsung-Galaxy-S4-mini_id7788 gave the following information - "Storage expansion: microSD, microSDHC, microSDXC up to 64 GB". On the website of www.techradar.com/reviews/phones/mobile-phones/samsung-galaxy-s4-mini-1137603/review I found this detail which I thought would be of interest - "The microSD card is hidden behind the back cover as well, in one of the most awkward spots we have seen. It's not only hidden behind the battery (so not hot-swappable), it's also very fiddly to put the card in."
From those two sites, of whom I have taken quotations, it would appear that the memory card will work but it is not easy to fit.
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By Mianty on 18 June 2014
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I would presume it would be if your camera takes microsdcards. It's a great card.
The adaptor is for placing the microSD into to make a normal sized SDcard for reading on a computer or other SDcard readers.

By Sparky on 01 January 2014
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No. mine came in a blister pack on cardboard.
By Johnston on 03 March 2015
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look for a little circle with a number in it... that is its class. Cheers Now!
By Matthew Fry on 13 December 2013
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I used a similar one with a Galaxy wifi running ICS and was able to save apps to it, so you should be ok. Android allows most apps to be moved to an external SD card. Some however have to be on the "device"
By Diane G. on 01 January 2014
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I have looked up the Hudl and read several SD comments and it would appear that this would work fine on a Hudl. One also states "I can confirm that the Samsung Pro 64gb Micro SDXC also works with no issues". Just need to ensure that a 64 GB is formatted to FAT32 as this works with Android devices.
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I have looked up the Hudl and read several SD comments and it would appear that this would work fine on a Hudl. One also states "I can confirm that the Samsung Pro 64gb Micro SDXC also works with no issues". Just need to ensure that a 64 GB is formatted to FAT32 as this works with Android devices.
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By Mr. L. Jackson on 20 November 2013
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it should be as my s3 can use it
By Ant on 17 February 2014
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works fine with all of my HTC and Sony devices
By KingCedricTheGreat on 25 March 2014
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I can only say that my experience in using it in th same phone as mentioned has been trouble free. Does just as wanted and I would recommend!
By J. Lumley on 13 February 2014
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I bought this card for use in a Samsung Galaxy S2 and a Samsung Galaxy S4, so I would presume it would work in an S3 as well
By Jan on 21 January 2015