SD Card Formatter… What is that? Personally, I don’t know about it until I was facing slowness of my micro SD card. Yup, SD Card Formatter is a very helpful tool. It can solve transfer rate slowness and even recover corrupted & nonworking SD / SDHC / SDXC memory cards (work for CompactFlash CF card too). One question that you might ask – why can I use the formatting utilities in Windows or Mac OS? Yes, you can. However, the generic formatting utilities may result in less than optimal performance for your memory cards. Basically, SD Card Formatter will give you the best partition and file system (FAT32, exFAT or NTFS) based on your card.
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Google did not like external storage accessories such as SD cards. You can’t install applications on external microSD card. However, things changed after Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Yup, Android 6.0 introduces the ability to adopt external storage media to act like internal storage. Applications and data can be stored at external storage from now on. External storage media is formatted and encrypted when adopted. And can work with a single Android device at a time only. So it is safe to store both apps and private data for all users.
Looking for a 2.1 multimedia speaker system? Let me introduce you a nice one – Edifier XM6PF. It is loaded with 6.5″ bass and 3″ mid-range drivers with 48W output (RMS) totally. And it supports MP3 playback with USB flash disk / SD card. FM radio is there for whole day music listening. In addition, it comes along with IR remote control too. How does it sound? Read this review to find out…
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has 32GB storage as the base model. There is 64GB model but still missing in action. 3GB of RAM too. Yes, the very first smartphone with such large memory. Furthermore, it has UHD 4K video recording and USB 3.0 support. Therefore, its storage performance should be good, right? Let’s find out…
There are several benchmark tools on Google Play Store to benchmark SD card performance. After tried out some of them, I found out that SD Tools and A1 SD Bench provide accurate and consistent data. SD Tools is good but it can’t be used on certain Android devices like Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2. But it is working fine on Galaxy S4. A1 SD Bench works on every of my Android devices. Besides, it provides the ability to test internal memory, SD card and system RAM too. However, it includes cached data sometime. Therefore, you need to benchmark several times to get the correct result.