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The data transfer speed is 100 mb/s read and 90 mb/s write. Hope this helps :)
Muhammad
· November 9, 2019
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Yes it certainly does work for the Nintendo switch lite as it has a micro SDK card slot. Hope this helps :)
Muhammad
· November 25, 2019
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Being as small as they are it might the card could be a just a little dirty and to clean you can gently wipe with a qtip, or you could also try dusting the port on your switch. But if neither of those work the card could be faulty and you'll have to seek a replacement.
Kalapeño
· May 8, 2020
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I bought a 512 nintendo switch sd card and it works perfectly. Hope that helps you.
L. Kelly
· September 8, 2020
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It works for me so why not to everyone
Kenji
· June 27, 2021
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Performs just like a Samsung sd card. Used on my s9 plus so I can confirm :) hope this helps
Muhammad
· February 5, 2020
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As with any/every storage device, there's a system reserve that uses some of the gb from the device.
If you purchase a 1tb hard drive, you may get 860+gb of storage, again due to the system reserve that takes up some of the storage on the device.
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As with any/every storage device, there's a system reserve that uses some of the gb from the device.
If you purchase a 1tb hard drive, you may get 860+gb of storage, again due to the system reserve that takes up some of the storage on the device.

In the case of your SanDisk 256gb micro sd card, 237gb is quite the norm. see less
As with any/every storage device, there's a system reserve that uses some of the gb from the device.
If you purchase a 1tb hard drive, you may get 860+gb of storage, again due to the system reserve that takes up some of the storage on the device.

In the case of your SanDisk 256gb micro sd card, 237gb is quite the norm.

Steve Key
· January 18, 2021
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Yes. The card is meant for saving games like a game cartridge.
Es A
· September 13, 2020
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No, it doesn't with an adapter. Only the micro SD.
Albert Urbina
· July 27, 2020
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Thats a problem you'd have to take up with the delivery company.
It has nothing to do with the product.
Almost all companies have things in place for when you're not going to be home.

Kalapeño
· May 8, 2020