Max size of a MicroSD card that'll work on DSTT?

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  1. Aman27deep
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    i bought a used NDSL from my friend, it'l reach me by tomorrow, anyways i wanna know the maximum size of a microSD card that'll work with the DSTT. I wanna buy a 4GB card so that all my games and music are in it, but am worried it might not work. He is bundling it with a 1 GB card, so guys please tell fast! (wanna buy it today itself)
     
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    A card that works with SDHC works with ANY microSD, and DSTT does just that.

    If you wanted you could get a 32GB one on it, and it would work just fine. Just be sure to buy a name-brand one.
     
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    so like Kingston, Sandisc and Transcend? Those ok? If thats the case i'll go for a 8 GB [​IMG]

    so this should work, right mate?
    [​IMG]
     
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    it'll work --



    just as a side note, I think the microSD cards at Deal Extreme are fake -- so maybe think twice about buying there...

    I got a Sandisk one from them, and I swear it is fake -- it broke in half...
     
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    holy, thats insane. surely not buying from there now. but, as a side note, would it matter a lot? i think even my DSTT might be fake :|
     
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    If it says it's a "class 4" or "class 6" card but is really just a "class 2" in disguise, then some games won't run properly. It has to do with the read/write speeds.
     
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    hmm cheers mates, thanks for the clarification. I'll just buy a legit MicroSD in the nearly mall, they provide a bill and a warranty card (and not as cheap too), so i hope thats legit atleast.
     
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    I have my microsd from DX and it is genuine Kingstone
    you can buy legit Kingmax on focalprice but they are wird shop [​IMG] 2/3 of my orders was total fails!

    sorry for my english
     
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    I wouldn't say they are fake, I think they are just flimsy, mine broke in half too. Mine came from Picstop.
     
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    LOL!!! ... on my DSTT maximum size of TF is 8GB, 16GB just dont work for me, but one of my friends is using 16GB Kingmax witout any problem!!! i have tested my DSTT with 16GB Kingmax (from my friend DSTT) and my GoodRam (i'm using it in Acekard 2i) and they did not work... my other friend cant use memory cards biger then 4GB on his DSTT, we bout them in the same pleace (DX)... Realy WIRD!!!
     
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    According to the box of my DSTT, it supports cards up to 4096GB. I don't know where you'd find a card that big, though! [​IMG]
     
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    Well, they sell them fairly cheap near where I live. Micro SD/HC's and adapters, no problem [​IMG]
     
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    i'm reseller so i have lots of MicroSD cards for testing [​IMG]
     

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