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SD card size

Discussion in 'T8-S Plus v1' started by Edward Eckenrode, Jan 30, 2017.

  1. Edward Eckenrode

    Edward Eckenrode New Member

    I was wondering if anyone has tried to use a 256gb sd card in the boxes, or if it can even except one of that size. I can get a really good deal on one if it will work. I currently have a 64gb in mine.
     
  2. 8bitDev

    8bitDev Active Member Staff Member

    Hi

    In theory it should work however sometimes even if it works performance may differ.

    Regards
     
  3. ChrisM

    ChrisM Administrator Staff Member

    128Gb is the advertised maximum supported size. Not to say that it won't work, just that we wouldn't want to give possibly false hope, you purchase the card, and it then can't be used.
    If you take the plunge, let us know the results when you get a spare moment, please.
     
  4. Edward Eckenrode

    Edward Eckenrode New Member

    Sorry I never returned to let everyone know if all was good with the sdcard. The answer is yes there is no problem at all and works great. It is a Samsung micro sd evo [​IMG]

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  5. ChrisM

    ChrisM Administrator Staff Member

    Thanks for that, appreciate the info. Is yours a v2 or one of the original T8-S Plus devices?
     
  6. Edward Eckenrode

    Edward Eckenrode New Member

    It is a T8-S plus V1. I should receive my T8-S plus V2 box in a couple days and I will test on there and report back.

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  7. Edward Eckenrode

    Edward Eckenrode New Member

    Update: The same 256gb micro SD card worked on my new T8-S plud V2 box.

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  8. RRaoD

    RRaoD Member

    If people need extra space on their T8-S devices, they could install a higher capacity SSD or HDD in their boxes. An SSD or HDD will be more reliable, speedier (SSD for blazing speeds, and HDD for cost effectiveness) than SD cards. Or they could connect external SSD/HDDs to USB ports as I am doing now.

    My two cents worth of opinion.
     
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