The 64 gb class 10 micro sdxc card arrived today.
Edited by CarstenF - 10/8/14 at 12:47pm
I did contact James and Fiio direct re: search function and everyone told me it's not possible to add to the UI..?
"Too hard as it's not a touch screen and has a scroll wheel" iPod Classics & Nanos have search with their scroll wheel.. I'm sure hoping they add it in as it's very disappointing.
I understand it's too hard to add to a X3 but surely they can add it to the X1 & X5 :-)
If Apple can do it, I think Fiio can do it.
Thanks guys, this sounds promising!
You mentioned you purchase SD cards off eBay, You can get great deals on eBay BUT its a known fact that 97% of SD cards on eBay are fakes. Make sure you d/load a SD card test and test each card properly.
128GB may take upto 6 or so hrs to test.
Most of these cheap eBay cards are all FAKE SD cards that have been tricked up. The packaging looks great and 100% like the genuine cards but this is what happened to me..
I purchased a 128GB Samsung SD card, looked too good to be true. Paid $50AUD from eBay.com.au (Local seller to me)
When arrived, I just put in the draw and forgot about it.
When I 1 day took a closer look at this card the packaging wasn't the best. The print on the packaging looked thick and not as clean print as a package you purchase from a retail shop.
I ran my H2testw on it.
It wrote 128gb of data. Took over 4.5h to write data. When it verified data. 7.6GB OK.
117.2GB DATA LOST.
What it means is indeed, 100% Fake card. Very disappointing.
They only hold just under 8GB or so of data, though it will format as 128GB and display a complete listing of all files -- however, anything beyond 8GB or so is unreadable.
May as well Scrub out the 12 infront of the 8 and keep it as a 8GB card.
That's eBay for you. I'm buying my 128GB card from a retail store. Only way with memory cards.
Can not trust anyone in this world.
Too late to open PayPal dispute, This card was purchased 3 or 4 months before I tested it as I thought it was a good deal and kept it in my desk draw until I needed it.
Then I started reading forums about Fake cards and I thought I better test. Surprise surprise!!
In the end I paid $50 for a 8GB Micro SD card! Bummer. Learn with your mistakes I suppose.