Sandisk Ultra Class 10 Camera vs Android version compatibility with Gateway 3DS

Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by Rockstead, Dec 21, 2013.

  1. Rockstead
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    Rockstead GBAtemp Regular

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    I bought 3x 64GB of the Camera version but only realized there is a different Android packaging vs Camera version of this memory available.

    The model # is SDSDQUI-064G-U46S

    You can't even find info on the SanDisk site what exactly makes the camera model different then the android model.

    Anyhow I'm just trying to be ready for Multirom, so I realize most people may not have this memory but you probably have the 32GB version, so if you can please share your experience with that of this particular model.


    Thanks.
     
  2. redkeyboard

    redkeyboard GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    I believe I have this version on the phone. If I remember correctly there's just a QR code on the packaging that links to a sandisk app on the Play Store
     
  3. corim123

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    All microSDs are going to be functionally the same. Otherwise, why have a format? I wouldn't be concerned about using them.
     
  4. kalimero

    kalimero Uncle Rupee

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    I guess the camera version has better writing speeds? It is useful for continuous shooting.
     
  5. migles

    migles Mei the sexiest bae

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    my dad works for nintendo.
    so you mean, class 10 is a lie? i thought the "class" had some standard...
     
  6. kalimero

    kalimero Uncle Rupee

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    Isn't it a minimum standard?
     
  7. vassildador

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    They're probably exactly the same. At the end of a SanDisk SD card product number there's an "A" added if it has android-themed packaging, but the cards are identical. A while ago they even had "ultra" and "mobile ultra" cards, but as it caused too much confusion while the products themselves were identical, they got rid of it and named them just "ultra".