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Yes, the Samsung 512GB 100MB/s (U3) MicroSD Evo Select Memory Card with Adapter (MB-ME512GA/AM) works with the Nintendo Switch. The adapter card that comes in the package is not needed. Just plug in the MicroSD card and the Nintendo Switch will prompt for a software update and a restart. After this, running Nintendo v7… see more Yes, the Samsung 512GB 100MB/s (U3) MicroSD Evo Select Memory Card with Adapter (MB-ME512GA/AM) works with the Nintendo Switch. The adapter card that comes in the package is not needed. Just plug in the MicroSD card and the Nintendo Switch will prompt for a software update and a restart. After this, running Nintendo v7.0.1 as of 3/12/19, everything works great. Lots of room now to play Zelda, all my Mario games and so much more. This memory card makes my Switch an unbeatable digital entertainment hub. see less Yes, the Samsung 512GB 100MB/s (U3) MicroSD Evo Select Memory Card with Adapter (MB-ME512GA/AM) works with the Nintendo Switch. The adapter card that comes in the package is not needed. Just plug in the MicroSD card and the Nintendo Switch will prompt for a software update and a restart. After this, running Nintendo v7.0.1 as of 3/12/19, everything works great. Lots of room now to play Zelda, all my Mario games and so much more. This memory card makes my Switch an unbeatable digital entertainment hub.
Finnatic
· March 13, 2019
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Be aware the Samsung warranty information states it does not cover use in "Continuous Recording Devices such as Action cameras and Dashboard cameras." I'm not sure why.
James Beal
· May 27, 2018
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Yes. Both the GoPro HERO5 Black and HERO5 Session are fully compatible with both the microSDXC and microSDHC specifications (more on that below), and I’ve been using 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, and 200GB cards in them. There are also some 256GB cards available now, but I haven’t yet tested any of those.
The cameras seem to use… see more
Yes. Both the GoPro HERO5 Black and HERO5 Session are fully compatible with both the microSDXC and microSDHC specifications (more on that below), and I’ve been using 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, and 200GB cards in them. There are also some 256GB cards available now, but I haven’t yet tested any of those.
The cameras seem to use the UHS-I host specification, so you won’t get added benefits if you put a UHS-II card in them (it will still work but will roll back to UHS-I).
For the speed rating, the safest bet is to stick with one that’s rated with the new V30 category or U3, although there are also U1 cards that work just fine.
I am currently using this on my GoPro Hero 5 Session. see less
Yes. Both the GoPro HERO5 Black and HERO5 Session are fully compatible with both the microSDXC and microSDHC specifications (more on that below), and I’ve been using 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, and 200GB cards in them. There are also some 256GB cards available now, but I haven’t yet tested any of those.
The cameras seem to use the UHS-I host specification, so you won’t get added benefits if you put a UHS-II card in them (it will still work but will roll back to UHS-I).
For the speed rating, the safest bet is to stick with one that’s rated with the new V30 category or U3, although there are also U1 cards that work just fine.
I am currently using this on my GoPro Hero 5 Session.

Bonn Paje
· June 6, 2017
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I don't have a Maven phone, but usually when a phone or tablet says it supports only 32GB or 64GB the real problem is that cards above 64GB generally are formatted exFat, which the device can't read. If you reformat the card to FAT32 usually the device will read it.

Windows doesn't NATIVELY support reformatting FAT… see more
I don't have a Maven phone, but usually when a phone or tablet says it supports only 32GB or 64GB the real problem is that cards above 64GB generally are formatted exFat, which the device can't read. If you reformat the card to FAT32 usually the device will read it.

Windows doesn't NATIVELY support reformatting FAT32 above around 64GB but there are lots of free programs that can do it. Windows CAN recognize, write to and read from the reformatted devices, so once the reformatting is complete you can test it in the PC to make sure it works and then put it in the phone or tablet. see less
I don't have a Maven phone, but usually when a phone or tablet says it supports only 32GB or 64GB the real problem is that cards above 64GB generally are formatted exFat, which the device can't read. If you reformat the card to FAT32 usually the device will read it.

Windows doesn't NATIVELY support reformatting FAT32 above around 64GB but there are lots of free programs that can do it. Windows CAN recognize, write to and read from the reformatted devices, so once the reformatting is complete you can test it in the PC to make sure it works and then put it in the phone or tablet.

Joseph T. Reinckens II
· December 2, 2018
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From what I can tell, The Samsung S6 has no expandable memory options. Unless you phone is a special version of some sort this card will not work.
Cap10H0Wdy
· March 12, 2018
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Typically the smart watch connects to the device via Bluetooth and/or its own sim card depending on the model of smart watch. You may need the micro sd card for the smart watch to provide more memory on the watch.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H06d33E2WDM this may help you.

Tom Howley
· January 30, 2018
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It should as mine is working on a Parrot drone.
Manoj Makanjee
· August 17, 2017
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Hey.
It will work fine.

Gisela Navarro
· July 30, 2017
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En cualquier celular trabaja.. de hecho está hecha para VIDEOS ( go/pro, dash cam, cámaras con tendencia a grabar vídeos de ALTA CALIDAD )..
hector venegas
· April 21, 2019
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I don't know, but I did notice this about the Warranty: Limited 10 year warranty. * Warranty does not extend to dashcam, CCTV, surveillance camera and other write-intensive uses. * Warranty for SD adapter is limited to 1 year.

Note, the technology is such that write intensive operations reduce the life. That is *not… see more
I don't know, but I did notice this about the Warranty: Limited 10 year warranty. * Warranty does not extend to dashcam, CCTV, surveillance camera and other write-intensive uses. * Warranty for SD adapter is limited to 1 year.

Note, the technology is such that write intensive operations reduce the life. That is *not* a Samsung issue -- all manufactures of this technology share that limitation. A good SSD drive / driver will try to distribute write operations so as not to over exert any particular storage region, but this is just a card. see less
I don't know, but I did notice this about the Warranty: Limited 10 year warranty. * Warranty does not extend to dashcam, CCTV, surveillance camera and other write-intensive uses. * Warranty for SD adapter is limited to 1 year.

Note, the technology is such that write intensive operations reduce the life. That is *not* a Samsung issue -- all manufactures of this technology share that limitation. A good SSD drive / driver will try to distribute write operations so as not to over exert any particular storage region, but this is just a card.

Jeff
· November 7, 2017