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Review: HTC 8XT for Sprint

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finnius

Jul 25, 2013, 8:01 PM
over in the "HTC 8XT" discussion:

64 GB microSDXC problem

I bought my HTC 8XT last week and I am mostly happy with it so far (although I Would really like that Lumia 1020 camera!) I put an old microSDXC card in (2GB) put some music on it and it worked fine. Then after a few days I picked up a 64 GB micros\SDXC card since the specs say it can take up to a 64 GB XC card. Copied my music onto it and the next day while driving along the music kept skipping and glitching. Somebody suggested trying different apps.. So I took it home and tried it on my WIn 8 pc and used the Nokia Music app and the Zune app and the music played fine. Tried the Xbox music app on the PC and go the same glitch results. Does anybody know what could be causing this incompatibility? Does MS need to fix a glitch in the Xbo...
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i also face this problem Sad
sparkomatic1

Aug 15, 2013, 5:31 PM

sd card support

You stated in the review that the battery is sealed and there is no access to sd card or SIM. It's true the battery is sealed, but if you slide the back cover up, you can access the sd card slot for up to 64 gigs additional storage. The SIM card is there also.
lol it's funny isn't it that those were overlooked. but hey he did mention twice, no make it a few times that 3g was bad and there wasn't 4g.

since when did a phone review include a carrier review?
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I had to take a knife to the 8XT to get the rear cover off.
Zpike

Aug 15, 2013, 7:28 PM

performance

I almost ripped you a new one because your performance section made no mention of the single greatest measure of performance known to any computing device - the processor. But then I found that part of the review nested under basics, which I usually gloss over or skip entirely. Seems a little misplaced doesn't it?
Performance is always mentioned under the "Menus" section. Has been for years.
 
 
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