Galaxy Note8 - Insert a microSD card or remove it (SM-N950W)
Your Galaxy Note8 lets you use a microSD, microSDHC, or a microSDXC card to expand memory space. This secure digital card lets you exchange pictures, music, and data with microSD compatible devices. Your device accepts memory cards with maximum capacities of 256 GB.
Important: The ejector tool comes with your phone.
Note: Screens and settings available may vary depending on your Canadian wireless service provider and your software version.
Insert the microSD card
1. Insert the ejector tool into the hole on the SIM/microSD card tray, and then push until the tray pops out.
2. Place the microSD card on the tray and then insert the SIM/microSD tray back into the slot.
Remove the microSD card
Important: You must unmount the microSD card before removing it.
1. From the Home screen, swipe up or down to access the Apps screen.
2. Touch Settings .
3. Touch Device maintenance.
4. Touch Storage.
5. Touch the More options icon.
6. Touch Storage settings.
7. Touch the Unmount icon.
8. Insert the ejector tool into the hole on the SIM/microSD card tray, and then push until the tray pops out.
Note: Be careful not to insert the ejector tool into the microphone hole also on top of your phone.
9. Remove the microSD card from the tray and then insert the SIM/microSD tray back into the slot.
SD card recommendations
Note: Most people aren't aware that there are multiple classes of microSD cards. We all know the storage capacity varies, but that's not the only thing that makes them different. They also have other features that give them distinct classifications.
MicroSD Card Classes:
• Standard microSD cards have capacity up to 2GB.
• MicroSDHC (High Capacity) cards offer capacity up to 32GB.
• MicroSDXC (extended Capacity) cards have capacity from over 32GB and up to 2TB.
• Each type of card has a speed rating of 2, 4, 6, 8, or 10, from slowest to fastest.
• While you can use any class of microSD cards in your phone, the microSDXC card is recommended for high-resolution video recording, due to its large storage capacity and high-speed read and write capability.
Note: For less demanding use, such as still photography, regular microSD or microSDHC cards will be sufficient.
What can I do if I lost the ejector tool?
If you lost the ejector tool, don’t panic! It is easy to replace it with a very common object: a paper clip. Unfold one of the end of the paperclip (as shown above) and use it as an ejector tool. As you can see, it is a very simple DIY!
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