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Yes it will.

Also note that the Switch has a maximum write speed of about 100 MB/s. … see more
Yes it will.

Also note that the Switch has a maximum write speed of about 100 MB/s.
Because of this, the "Ultra" and "Extreme" versions of SanDisk cards will have the exact same performance on the Switch since they both exceed the system's maximum read speed, and going over the maximum sees no additional benefit.

This means you can save a bit of cash by getting the cheaper Ultra version of the microSD instead of the more expensive Extreme. They will both perform identically on the Switch. see less
Yes it will.

Also note that the Switch has a maximum write speed of about 100 MB/s.
Because of this, the "Ultra" and "Extreme" versions of SanDisk cards will have the exact same performance on the Switch since they both exceed the system's maximum read speed, and going over the maximum sees no additional benefit.

This means you can save a bit of cash by getting the cheaper Ultra version of the microSD instead of the more expensive Extreme. They will both perform identically on the Switch.

W S
· June 7, 2021
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It’s actually pretty easy to reformat to fat32 using a free tool called fat32 format. I do it with everything above a 32 fb, since 32gb and below normally come pre-formatted with fat32.
Cracken
· July 23, 2021
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Your Samsung A53 5G specs show 128GB of internal storage plus support for a microSD card up to 1TB. So, you should have no problem with this card.
Hope this helps!

Bobby Santos
· July 6, 2022
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This does not work on either of my Kindle Fire 10s, 2018 and 2021 models.
bargainsleuth
· August 13, 2022
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As long as it's not recording Yes
Mary A.
· July 24, 2021
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Most likely it will. I looked one up on Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/blurams-Security-Recognition-Talk%EF%BC%8CSiren-Detection/dp/B07NS5DPX2). It says "Local storage supports up to 128GB Class10 micro SD card".
AHsiao
· January 11, 2022
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YES. UHS-1 and up to 2 TBs should work.
JD
· November 3, 2021
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It is just like any other micro card and comes with a SD card adapter. Yes it will work.
Ed
· June 26, 2021