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I have a sandisk32 gb nini micro sd card issues. As soon as i put it in the sd card holder and connect to laptop giving attached popup. When i say start to format it gives error cannot do that. few other cards works fine. Nt sure what is issue witht his card and how to format to make it work? please advise
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it looks like a bad card to me
to be sure - test it on another pc
or just buy another card -they're very cheap
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Looks like bad one.256gb is the max we are getting in market?IT is priced high though
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Looks like bad one.256gb is the max we are getting in market?

YES

Samsung 256GB EVO Select Micro SDXC Memory Card, 95MB/s (MB-ME256DA/AM)
https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-Select-Memory-MB-ME256DA-AM/dp/B01G7L03OS/ref=sr_1_1?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1474857562&sr=1-1&keywords=512gb

is priced high though

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US$200
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if you buy one- be sure your reader can handle the size
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As long as the OS of your computer supports exFAT and your card reader supports SDXC, you should be fine with 256GB microsd card.

Operating Systems that Support the exFAT File System
http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3389/session/L2F2LzEvdGltZS8xMzQyODM3MTI3L3NpZC95VVN5aUYxbA%3D%3D

If your card reader is using USB 3.0, it should be fine reading microSD card of 256GB.
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are there any smart phone coming with 256 gb internal memory for around 200$  ?
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Your budget is on the low end.

Besides, 256gb internal storage is only available for flagship models of big brand, like Samsung S7 or Note 7.

For around $400, you can buy ASUS Zenfone 2 Deluxe 128gb.
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Why do you need that much memory in a Phone? Just connect it regularly to your PC and transfer it to the PC, then make regular backups of the PC. The data you have transfered from the Phone can then deleted and that clears up space.
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