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OnePlus One expandable Memory?

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  1. B-Rad
    KitKat Sep 27, 2014


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  2. alexlam24
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 27, 2014


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  3. bcsheng
    Eclair Sep 27, 2014


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  4. mwm341
    Honeycomb Sep 29, 2014


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  5. 87pavel
    Gingerbread Sep 29, 2014

    87pavel , Sep 29, 2014 :
    jeez, you get 16 + 48gb for $50 extra, and you want expandable.
    can we keep the porn on cloud storage?
     

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  6. OnePlusINDuser
    Eclair Sep 29, 2014


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  7. leondavid
    Cupcake Mar 5, 2015

    leondavid , Mar 5, 2015 :
    No expandable memory? Can you plug a usb memory stick with a micro usb converter into it?
     

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  8. Bugru
    Jelly Bean Mar 5, 2015

    Bugru , Mar 5, 2015 :
    Eh.. Yup.. Froyo... Oh... I'm a froyo too
     

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  9. william-bailey
    Gingerbread Mar 5, 2015

    william-bailey , Mar 5, 2015 :
    64 gigs is plenty for anyone! Backup everything to the cloud or computer! But here's reality: quite a few apps don't allow storage on SD cards and personally, I see this becoming more and more common. Result: The SD card will only be able to store your photos. Solution: Get the monster 64 gigs and be happy. It's the simplest solution to anyone!. :)
     

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  10. Sunny
    Honeycomb Mar 5, 2015

  11. Bugru
    Jelly Bean Mar 5, 2015

    Bugru , Mar 5, 2015 :
    Or even under the battery..
     

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  12. bombadier
    KitKat Mar 5, 2015

    bombadier , Mar 5, 2015 :
    64GB and otg is pretty much fine for my needs, one thing I completely disagree with is android(google)'s policy towards storage,I think memory slots should be standard in smartphones but I am in the minority on that one
     

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  13. bombadier
    KitKat Mar 5, 2015


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  14. danj864
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 5, 2015

    danj864 , Mar 5, 2015 :
    I count myself in the minority here too.
    • Yes, it's slower than internal storage.
    • Yes, 64GB is plenty for my needs, at least for the foreseeable future.
    • Yes, I can use USB OTG to accomplish much of what I'd want to do with microSD. (and have bigger, faster drives connected!)
    • Yes, Google seems to wish microSD would die in a fire...
    BUT...

    It's awfully convenient to be able to save backups there and not having to worry about connecting the phone to something else. I like being able to back the phone up using TWRP, particularly before updating to the latest CM12 nightly.

    You could argue it's better backup practice to backup to a different device anyway, but microSD gives you something isolated from the internal storage where you can put this stuff. If your internal storage craps out, you still have your backup separate from that.

    It's not a common use case for most phone users. But I would expect it to be more common for OPO users.
     

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  15. armmani2001
    KitKat Mar 5, 2015


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  16. S0bek
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 5, 2015


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  17. Sunny
    Honeycomb Mar 5, 2015


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  18. Laamapalmu
    Jelly Bean Mar 5, 2015

    Laamapalmu , Mar 5, 2015 :
    WOW! I can't believe this, I just found out that my Phone evolved and has now SD card slot. It gave me specs and it supports upto 1 Exbibyte of memory and the max bandwidth is 3500gb/s both ways. It's so sick.
     

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  19. bombadier
    KitKat Mar 5, 2015

    bombadier , Mar 5, 2015 :
    37, member: 416764"]WOW! I can't believe this, I just found out that my Phone evolved and has now SD card slot. It gave me specs and it supports upto 1 Exbibyte of memory and the max bandwidth is 3500gb/s both ways. It's so sick.[/QUOTE]

    Dafuq you on boy?
     

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  20. Laamapalmu
    Jelly Bean Mar 5, 2015

    Laamapalmu , Mar 5, 2015 :
    Dafuq you on boy?[/QUOTE]
    Just trolling, hoping that a cupcake is going for it.
     

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