SanDisk SDSQUNC064GAULM Ultra 64GB microSDXC UHS-I Card with Adapter (Pack of 2)

$8.99


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Compatible with Android devicesTransfer speeds of up to 80MB/sRecords Full HD videoSanDisk Memory Zone app for easy file managementShock, temperature, water, and X-ray proof


Product information Product Dimensions 4.57 x 8.27 x 5.91 inches Item Weight 0.634 ounces Manufacturer SanDisk ASIN B0735NNFLQ Item model number 2724605680471

I BOUGHT THIS 2 PACK ABOUT 4 MONTHS AGO, I PUT 1 IN MY LG V40 AND MY GALAXY NOTE 9 BOTH AT THE SAME TIME THEY WERE WORKING FLAWLESSLY UNTIL A FEW DAYS AGO WHEN I try TO TAKE A PICTURE IT SAIYS "UNABLE TO SAVE" IT STARTED DOING THIS A FEW SAYS AGO ON BOTH PHONES ALMOST SIMULTANEOUSLY, I HAVE THE SANDISK APP MEMORY ZONE ON BOTH PHONES AND IT SHOWS THE HB THAT IS ON THE CARD BUT WHEN I CLICK ON IT WONT OPEN IN BOTH PHONES! WHEN I TRY TO BACK UP DATA ON THE SANDISK APP IT DOES THE SAME THING :UNABLE TO SAVE: EVEN THOUGH THERE IS PLENTY GB THAT ARE FREE BUT CANT BE USED WTF??? I TRIIED TO Contact the seller to get support and/or a resolution but i cant even get a reply!!!

One thing is not clear to me: if the seller uses decimal definition of a Gigabyte why manufacture cards that have number of gigabytes that is equal to the power of 2 (64 in this case)? Please stick to one numeric system or add a (59.4 Gib) clarification to the description. The combination of binary and decimal does play a mind trick on consumer's brain creating a deceptive impression that the card has a larger size than it actually is.

These must be counterfeit. My devices said I need to use better or faster cards that they we're not optimum for device. The same ones I purchased 6 months ago from Walmart worked great. No problems.

Bought these in March, installed one card into my dash cam and it worked fine. Didn't need the second card until now and it is complete garbage. It can not be formatted. I tried using the desk top, laptop, tablet, multiple phones, multiple cameras, and even the dash cam the first card is currently in and nothing. The card can't be formatted so it cant used in any device. I guess I paid $21 for one 64GB card. Since I bought in March the return period is over and I'm stuck with a 64Gb card that can not be used for anything. Save your money, clearly I'm not the only person who received a damaged, unusable card.

The genuine Samsung Evo Select line of Micro SD cards are great. They are reliable and they live up to the speed and capacity classifications they claim to. I've been using Samsung cards for years and they are the only brand that consistently doesn't give me any issues year after year.

This 32GB card is no exception. However, by default the card is formatted as FAT32, but I prefer exFAT as FAT32 won't allow you to transfer a folder containing more than 4GB to the card. That's annoying if you are moving data from an old card to a new one. FAT32 has 4GB file size limitations, but on a transfer it recognizes a directory containing lots of files as 1 thing, and applies the 4GB limit. This will give you an error (in Windows anyway) that there isn't enough space available for the transfer. But if you copy the files individually it works fine. Or just format the card to exFAT and it will accept the folder that exceeds 4GB easily. exFAT will work just fine in an Android phone as well (Android 5.1 or higher. Earlier versions may have some issues with the exFAT formatting)

This card handles full HD Video at 60FPS without faulting. It's write speeds are fine to use for HD video.

I am not happy with the advertising nor was I happy with Customer Service when I called to find out how to format these disks for the Kindle 8 Fires. I was switched to 7 different people over 2 hr. 45 min. of conversation. Now, the disks work well, IF you have the right KINDLE. I reordered, disks specifically for Kindle 8 Fires, and I still had to format them before they'd work. Oddly enough, the one listed above works on Kindle 6th gen. GO figure...
Customer Service was to have issued a refund in the amount of this order, but I don't believe that has happened as yet. I have not seen anything about it.

You will get two sd cards and one jacket for micro sd card, I got this card for my Amcrest outdoor security camera which only supports class 10 or better for HD recording, I had no issues with setting it up. My camera recognized it without any issues.
I am also using one of these sd cards with my Note 10 plus. I tested 4k videos and some high res pictures both on read and write speeds, you can easily get almost 80-90 mbs.
I would definitely order more in future because of price and obviously because of good quality.

I've never personally had a problem with San Disk products. Purchase the sd cards for use in my vehicle cameras. With that said, word of advice, remember to always back up your data. Just like any hard drive, it could fail eventually. Time will tell when this happens.

Arrived fast, packaged well works great