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Discussion in 'Viewsonic Tablets' started by Brucepatters, Feb 19, 2012.

  1. Brucepatters

    Brucepatters Member

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    I have an android viewsonic ic:4280a-vs14006 sn9113100620
    can anyone tell me what size and type of sd card I need for this pad?
    thanks
     
  2. Weebee

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    Most tablets work the best with a class 4 or higher card. Read the instructions so you know the max GB card your tablet can use. Welcome to the forum too!
     
  3. jimbo7630

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    It seems that most Tablets have a cap on the maximum size at 32GB (micro SD)
     
  4. BostonDan2

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    Someone in another thread mentioned that Honeycomb was limiting the cap to 32.
    Now that many tablets are running ICS, is 32GB still the limit?

    Sent from my A200 using Tapatalk
     
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    Hello Bruce, welcome to Android Tablets and congratulations on your new tablet. You should definitely get a class 4 or higher sd card. There probably is a maximum size of 32GB, but to be sure, I'm moving your thread to the Viewsonic Tablets forum for you. There, the people most familiar with that tablet are likely to join the discussion and try to help. Good luck!
     

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