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All SD cards are created equal – but some are more equal than others.1 There's quality for one (as wbogacz stated: "You get what you pay for" – you cannot expect a high-quality long-life product for free). Another criterion are the "classes" – and not only for speed, but also for energy consumption. As higher classes are faster, your battery will last longer ...


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Yes Galaxy Note Edge SM-915G user manual says Your device accepts memory card with a maximum capacity of 128 GB Also in this review (S6 Edge+ does NOT) Samsung does offer a 128GB option for its Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge


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You may be experiencing some specific partitioning incompatibility. Try to compare the partition table of cards mountable in your phone with the unmountable card. Here are some things you might want to take note of: File systems (exFAT, FAT32, ext4, etc). GPT vs. MBR. Hidden partitions or unused spaces preceding the main data partition.



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