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  1. davidt77's Avatar
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    Has anyone put a 32g sd card in their HD7S? I did it with my HD7 and it was easy and I never had any trouble with it. I am thinking about doing it with this one, just wondering if anyone else had tried it and if it is any different.

    I know, I will void my warranty, but the extra memory is nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidt77 View Post
    Has anyone put a 32g sd card in their HD7S? I did it with my HD7 and it was easy and I never had any trouble with it. I am thinking about doing it with this one, just wondering if anyone else had tried it and if it is any different.

    I know, I will void my warranty, but the extra memory is nice.
    Go ahead and do it. All they changed in the HD7S was the screen. All internals remained the same I'm sure even the firmware (apart from the stuff for the screen of course) stayed the same.
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    Just did it, took about 5 minutes. Easy upgrade. As long as I never need the warranty.
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    Hey when you changed memory cards did you lose your Xbox live game saves? I'm about half way on a lot of games and I'd hate to have to start over. Also could you tell any difference in performance? When I had my 16gb about full (couldn't download anything new from the market because I was out of room) my phone got sluggish. After I deleted some stuff it worked fine again. So what i really wanna know is how much stuff is on your memory card (GB)? Just wondering if its still smooth with say 20-25GB. I seen a video on YouTube where a guy does it without voiding the warranty for anybody else who might be interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tbonenga View Post
    Hey when you changed memory cards did you lose your Xbox live game saves? I'm about half way on a lot of games and I'd hate to have to start over. Also could you tell any difference in performance? When I had my 16gb about full (couldn't download anything new from the market because I was out of room) my phone got sluggish. After I deleted some stuff it worked fine again. So what i really wanna know is how much stuff is on your memory card (GB)? Just wondering if its still smooth with say 20-25GB. I seen a video on YouTube where a guy does it without voiding the warranty for anybody else who might be interested.
    You will lose your game saves as the device has to hard reset.
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    Sounds easier than the Focus
    Nokia Lumia 1020/Blu Studio 5.0 LTE owner here...

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    so if you take the factory 16GB card out and clone it to a 32GB why would you have to do a factory reset?
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    After the cloning, the OS will likely see the 32 GB card as not formatted on the same device and wipe it, and then procede with the factory reset. Not that you couldn't try to do the clone, of course.
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    holy crap! This is awesome... what about a 64gb? Anyone know if it'll work?

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