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SD card


A1 SD Bench is one of my favourite SD card benchmark tools for Android. And it is updated to version 2.0 which 4 benchmark modes support – Quick, Longer, Accurate and Random I/O. It is a free and without advertisement application that can run on all my devices. Besides, it can used to benchmark RAM and memory (USB flash drives and USB HDD too). You can also see others’ results online.

A1 SD Bench 2.0


Yeah… One of the Samsung Galaxy S4 XXUBMEA firmware features that everyone been waiting for – Move to SD card. It should be able to solve low internal disk storage issue that face by hardcore gamers out there. Yup, most of the interesting 3D games are more than 1 GB in size nowadays. They fill up Galaxy S4 small 8.8 GB internal storage easily. Does this Move to SD card feature able to help? Let’s find out…

Move to SD card


Do you know how fast Samsung Galaxy S4 internal NAND storage speed is? Well, it is almost 4 times faster than Galaxy S4 in term of reading speed. And twice for writing speed. Who care about this? For those wish to swap internal storage with external SD card or move games data to external SD card users. As usual, internal NAND storage is always faster than external SD card. But the question is how much…

Galaxy S4 storage performance with A1 SD Bench


Err… CyanogenMod ROM damaged my 64GB exFAT SanDisk microSDXC Card again when I tried it on Samsung Galaxy S3. CyanogenMod ROM like CM9 or CM10 does not support SD card in exFAT file format. It can’t detect SD card at all. And when you restore back to Samsung firmware, micro SD card will be prompted as “Damaged SD card ~ SD card is damaged. Try reformatting it.” No worry, there is an easy way to fix this issue and recover your SD card back with all files and data intact…

Damaged SD card


Google Nexus 7 does not have microSD card slot. Adding extra SD card to increase storage space is not an option. You will face low disk space issue sooner or later especially for those with 8GB storage model (like mine). My Amazon Kindle Fire serves me well even with 8GB storage only. However, situation is not the same with Nexus 7 because it supports lot of interesting Android games with NVIDIA Tegra 3 GPU. And most of these advanced 3D games require lot of disk space. Luckily, I manage to put most of my music, photo and video on external storage like USB flash drive. And connect it with USB OTG cable when needed. Of course, with the help of StickMount application too. Note – root access is required.

USB flash drive on Nexus 7


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