I've read of the frustrations of many fellow users of Audible over the lack of ability to tell the Audible app to use a removable SDHC card if a device has a slot. Well I just downloaded the newest version 1.4.5 Build 504(of course from Google Play). It works perfectly. It is not ideal but I find their solution very workable.
I have a Samsung Micro Sd Card SD HC 8Gb. I've had it in my phone (Htc Evo 4g) for a while now but one day it said I have no Sd Card inside. I took out the battery reinserted it inside but no luck. Then I checked on a computer and when I click on Removable Disk, its says, "Please insert a disk into Removable Disk (E.
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I have the Nexus 5 mainly because it is a pure Android phone. It was great that my last phone S3 has an option to switch an extended battery out off MPJ though; I haven't really had to do that on Nexus 5 so far. However, I like to have a lot of data on my phone, so micro SD is pretty important for me.
I got my note III today and was not impressed at all.
The SIM card slot is flimsy , once you push the card it is nearly impossible to take the SIM card out as it does not have the push in feature.
The micro SD Card slot is piggy back riding on the SIM card slot a very flimsy slot, just a frame. ( unlike the note II )
The phone does not even come with a ear phone.
So it never occurred to me that my 3rd GPU wouldn't fit in the last PCI-E slot because it has a dual slot cooler. But there's plenty of space in the slot above....obviously a PCI-E extension cable would do the trick, but the slot above has a PCI-e 1x in it.
Let me just say that I've been in love with my Note 8 for 3 months now, it's the best device I've ever owned! The only issue that I've been having is with my Micro SD card. The slot says that it is compatible with a Micro SD but mine won't fit. It goes in just fine but doesn't snap in place, making it so the cover won't close and keep the card in.
I am using ASUS TF700T infinity pad and tried to copy some mp3 (so nothing big) onto micro SD to use the SD in some external mp3 player.
Unfortunately I was unable to "see" that files I copied using the tablet on several different players (mp3 player, car radio,...).
Interesting is that my windows pc sees the files on the SD without any issues.