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I don't know, but I don't recommend this product, after two weeks all my photos and videos were lost and I was forced to format the disc. I attempted to recover the data with professional software and nothing
Smash
· September 28, 2019
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Most disks -- just like internal storage -- take up a considerable amount for the device you put it in to recognize it and for other things. When you bought the device you're using, it has taken storage space, too. For example, a Kindle Fire will have taken between 3-4 GB already, brand new.

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Most disks -- just like internal storage -- take up a considerable amount for the device you put it in to recognize it and for other things. When you bought the device you're using, it has taken storage space, too. For example, a Kindle Fire will have taken between 3-4 GB already, brand new.

In your settings, did you set it to store any apps that may be eligible that were already installed before you installed the card? I think I had four and another later. If you click on the card itself under Storage, it will list what's on it now and how much disk space each is taking. I don't know if you're using it for a laptop, android, phone, camera or a Kindle, so I can't be more specific. This article, even though it's regarding a camera, explains about binary storage being different than KB, MB, GB, TB, etc., so it takes up more memory than how we think of iit straightforward. Hope it helpss. I'm no expert on this sort of thing either.

https://www.diyphotography.net/memory-cards-have-less-space-than-advertised-here-why/

I had to type this in myself because it wouldn't paste it into this. I did double-check it, though. I hope it helps. see less
Most disks -- just like internal storage -- take up a considerable amount for the device you put it in to recognize it and for other things. When you bought the device you're using, it has taken storage space, too. For example, a Kindle Fire will have taken between 3-4 GB already, brand new.

In your settings, did you set it to store any apps that may be eligible that were already installed before you installed the card? I think I had four and another later. If you click on the card itself under Storage, it will list what's on it now and how much disk space each is taking. I don't know if you're using it for a laptop, android, phone, camera or a Kindle, so I can't be more specific. This article, even though it's regarding a camera, explains about binary storage being different than KB, MB, GB, TB, etc., so it takes up more memory than how we think of iit straightforward. Hope it helpss. I'm no expert on this sort of thing either.

https://www.diyphotography.net/memory-cards-have-less-space-than-advertised-here-why/

I had to type this in myself because it wouldn't paste it into this. I did double-check it, though. I hope it helps.

Karen
· December 20, 2019
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according to what I read supports SD 3.0 (UHS-I) : MicroSDHC, microSDXC (up to 256 GB)
Marlon García
· August 22, 2019
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Yes it will work five
E. Henley
· July 17, 2019
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Dear Customer,
No, the 128GB is not compatible but our 64GB is compatible with Sony HDR-PJ340. Thank you

Silicon Power USA Inc
Seller · October 22, 2019
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Dear Customer,
Yes, you can use this card for that kind of dash camera. Thank you.

Silicon Power USA Inc
Seller · October 29, 2019
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This is above my pay grade, all I do is look at the price, then buy one and try it if it works good for me that it I buy more. When you get into micro and nano speeds to me only the equipment knows.
JAR
· November 17, 2019
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Do not buy from this company
Tony McReynolds
· November 13, 2019
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Dear Customer,
Yes, it can work with your Motorola mobile phone. Thank you

Silicon Power USA Inc
Seller · October 28, 2019
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Your device supports Flash Memory Cards micro SDHC, microSDXC - up to 400 GB
this card is Superior Pro Micro SDXC 128GB...so, yes

J Bailey
· October 20, 2019