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SAMSUNG EVO Select 128GB microSDXC Class 10 U3 (MB-ME128KA/AM) $19.99/ea Limit 2 (Reg: 27.99)

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TheSlav wrote: Uhmmmm, why are people assuming these MicroSD cards are good for Dashcams?

You need a High Endurance version MicroSD as they re-write so many times that it will fail if you use other ones eventually.

EDIT 1: You need the Samsung PRO Endurance version for the Dashcams



So this kept happening to me when I saw that code first pop-up on RFD. I just tried it with two of these Samsung MicroSD cards and it worked surprisingly.

EDIT 2:
BTW, I just tried the code on this card by it self and it worked! This card is even better than the one posted in the thread and only costs $18.63 after the TRYPICKUP7 code is applied.

SanDisk 128GB High Endurance Video microSDXC Card
Looks like YMMV for TRYPICKUP7 code. It didn't work for me with the Sandisk High Endurance card
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got one for steam deck. need a bigger one but i think this would work nicely also
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82 wrote: What did you use it for? thanks
Used as a memory card for my Phone, bad luck.
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Is this one good for drones? Just bought mavic mini 2 from Costco and need a SD card
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TheSlav wrote: Uhmmmm, why are people assuming these MicroSD cards are good for Dashcams?

You need a High Endurance version MicroSD as they re-write so many times that it will fail if you use other ones eventually.

EDIT 1: You need the Samsung PRO Endurance version for the Dashcams

So this kept happening to me when I saw that code first pop-up on RFD. I just tried it with two of these Samsung MicroSD cards and it worked surprisingly.

SanDisk 128GB High Endurance Video microSDXC Card
Thanks. And the High Endurance one isn't even that much more expensive.

The declared rating is the same for the two except that the original one is A2 as well.
My application would be for a Raspberry Pi, so A2 matters.
Unfortunately, people have found real performance doesn't correlate well with declared performance.
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Hugh wrote: Thanks. And the High Endurance one isn't even that much more expensive.

The declared rating is the same for the two except that the original one is A2 as well.
My application would be for a Raspberry Pi, so A2 matters.
Unfortunately, people have found real performance doesn't correlate well with declared performance.
High Endurance is cheaper , and much safer to buy, at BestBuy.
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thanks, that's the intended usage, did you try to claim warranty if it was failed within the warranty period?

Was your look like OP's link or the old one like this?
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Those who are looking for the endurance card should spend a bit more for the Max Endurance, it uses pseudo-MLC configuration which should lasts many times longer than the regular Endurance with TLC NAND.
jhinkarlo wrote: Used as a memory card for my Phone, bad luck.
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Hugh wrote: Thanks. And the High Endurance one isn't even that much more expensive.

The declared rating is the same for the two except that the original one is A2 as well.
My application would be for a Raspberry Pi, so A2 matters.
Unfortunately, people have found real performance doesn't correlate well with declared performance.
I ended up buying this SanDisk one which sells for $23.49 before the $7 off code for pickup:

SanDisk 128GB High Endurance Video microSDXC Card

From what I recall, SanDisk was always the better choice than any other brand.
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Is it worth it to buy 3 yr warranty for 4.99?

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hitman989 wrote: My dashcam says it only supports up to 32GB card. Will this 128GB work?
watugot wrote: If your dashcam only supports 32Gb then that means it only supports FAT32 filesystem so if you were to put in a 128GB it would only see 32GB
FYI, many modern partition managing software can format >32GB partitions as FAT32. The 32GB limit is a Windows formatting limit.

Minitool Partition (free) is a popular one:
https://www.partitionwizard.com/free-pa ... nager.html

Check your dashcam to see if there's an SDXC logo somewhere. If so, this card should work (up to 2TB).
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Does this work with Wyze cameras?
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illki wrote: Is it worth it to buy 3 yr warranty for 4.99?

3-Year Data Recovery Plan Plan
I don't think so. Better to have backups than rely on their recovery attempt. Extra work to get your card back to them.
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High Endurance 128gb came at $18.63 after trypickup7 code. Thanks
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TheSlav wrote: Uhmmmm, why are people assuming these MicroSD cards are good for Dashcams?

You need a High Endurance version MicroSD as they re-write so many times that it will fail if you use other ones eventually.

EDIT 1: You need the Samsung PRO Endurance version for the Dashcams



So this kept happening to me when I saw that code first pop-up on RFD. I just tried it with two of these Samsung MicroSD cards and it worked surprisingly.

EDIT 2:
BTW, I just tried the code on this card by it self and it worked! This card is even better than the one posted in the thread and only costs $18.63 after the TRYPICKUP7 code is applied.

SanDisk 128GB High Endurance Video microSDXC Card
Still a no go with either card. I imagine if I called they might apply it, but man that's a lot of extra time and work for 7 bucks.
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TheSlav wrote: The MicroSD cards or the discount lol?
Not sure why the confusion, what does the discount have to do with Wyze cameras?!
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Headbeancounter wrote: Not sure why the confusion, what does the discount have to do with Wyze cameras?!
The “pick-up” discount code that’s available for Amazon. In regards to if the MicroSD cards work for the camera, yes they do. But, again, since it’s a device that re-writes onto the memory card so many times, it’s best to get high endurance ones.

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