I recently owned a HTC Desire with a 16GB MicroSD installed. After I bought my Galaxy S3 I didn't had another 16GB MicroSD card so I decided to keep it as a backup and use a 8GB MicroSD. After few weeks of usage I decided to put the 16GB card to use. I shut down my S3, popped out the 8GB card, copied it's contents to my WindowsPC, formatted the 16GB card to fat32 and copied the contents over.
I am planning to buy a new phone, more precise the HTC one M8.
As I do live in the UK there is only the 16GB available for me.
I am planning to keep my music (Spotify), photos and applications that can be moved, on the SD card.
Picked up my new Note 3 yesterday -- inserted my 16GB micro SD card and ran into problems with restoring apps using My Backup Pro ( IO error ).
So while I was diagnosing the problem, I noticed that the Android OS thinks the 16GB card has 25.25 GB available -- see the snip from Airdroid.
I have the Verizon galaxy s5 and for the longest time, I had the 16gb micro sd card in it. Just recently, I bought a 128gb Samsung class 10 micro sd card and for some reason, every time I would add music to the card (either by cable connected to pc or by putting the micro sd card in a card reader and into my computer) it would delete certain folders randomly, and my photos would show an error.
I have a Pengpod 1000 and love it! When I bought it I got the 8GB microSD card insteadc of the 16 or 32 GB card. True to form, I ran out of space on the card and so I bought a 16GB card with the intention of using it. The Pengpod uses a specialised version of Linaro.
The company is now gone (although I hope they re-imerge) and with it the disc image I need to do this right.
I have Galaxy Tab S 8.4 16Gb which I installed SanDisk 64Gb Class10 sd card. To save space on internal memory, I move most of the application to SD card by going to Settings ? Application > Application Manager, and move the apps to SD card on by one.