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    I'm looking to pick a focus, my first windows phone, and will need to upgrade the storage on it. Are there any 16gb cards out there I should avoid or any specific ones you would look for?
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    Thanks for the link. I followed it to the article and then another link there to the sandisk site which lists compatible devices. However they don't have a samsung focus in their list any longer.
    I'll see what I can find with other brands.
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    I have a 32gb Sandisk class 4 in my Focus and so far no problems.
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    Using patriot class 4, no problem.

    Sent from my non mindless sheep iphone Samsung Focus using Board Express
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    Quote Originally Posted by baseballbert View Post
    Using patriot class 4, no problem.

    Sent from my non mindless sheep iphone Samsung Focus using Board Express

    Same here
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    Newegg.com - Patriot Signature 16GB Micro SDHC Class 4 Flash Card Model PSF16GMCSDHC43P

    You may find it for a better price someplace else, but I wanted to link here to show the many happy Focus users. : )
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    A couple of years ago, there was a professional camera website that did intensive testing on a lot of flash memory. There were a lot of flash memory sticks that didn't even come close to matching specifications for read and write times. I remember that SanDisk and Lexar were rated the highest. As I recall, I think they rated Lexar over SanDisk. I had never heard of Lexar before. Other memory sticks that were rated high were, Kingston, Corsair and Adata.

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