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Yes it will work with the Switch. You just need to update your system to work with XC (Extended Capacity) Cards, which it will do on it’s own once the card is installed. Remember to turn your console off while switching SD cards
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· July 12, 2018
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Yes it will work fine in galaxy s8 s8+ s7 s7 edge Note 8 those phones say upto 256g because that is what cards were limited to before this card. the phones listed can do up to 2 TB if cards were big enough
PSutfin
· September 19, 2017
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Yes, as long as you format the micro sd card to FAT32. Done it with a 200GB micro sd card I bought from Sandisk and now it shows 999,999 blocks available on my New Nintendo 3DS, no matter how much I put onto it. So you might want to go with something less than 200GB if you want to save money.
EMP
· September 1, 2017
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I'd like to hear what Amazon or SanDisk have to say on the subject.
Janey
· July 17, 2018
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Depends on data on disk. if flat file no problem, videos or music you might want to leave 10% to be safe. Rather be safe than have to delete something.
Melvin W. Harris
· March 14, 2018
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It is a class 10 card. Should work in any camera that requires a Class 10 Micro SD card. I do not have a GoPro but if it asks for a class 10 Micro SD, it will work.
Mike H
· November 22, 2018
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I can only assume the camera is digital and like most security cameras the recording features multiple speed setting especially if the camera is used in a remote area to record long periods of time. If the camera is capable of handling an SD card you shouldn't have any problems.
James C.
· August 16, 2018
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Yes, I use one in mine.
Cheekyme03…
· October 16, 2017
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Yes
James Cook
· October 13, 2017
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It will work, although u won't be able to exploiter the card at his top speed since Galaxy Express 3 only records a 720p
Success Trader
Seller · November 8, 2017