SAMSUNG EVO Select Micro SD-Memory-Card + Adapter, 256GB microSDXC 130MB/s Full HD & 4K UHD, UHS-I, U3, A2, V30, Expanded Storage for Android…

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  • ALL THE SPACE YOU NEED: Store tons of media on your phone, load games or download more apps on your tablet at top-notch speed, making transfers seamless and reliable
  • FAST AND SMOOTH: With superfast U3, class 10 rated transfer speeds of up to 130MB/s¹,²and UHS-I Interface³ big apps load and run smoothly, while 4K video remains sharp with A2, V30, and USH-I Interface
  • EXPAND AND STORE BIG: Find your perfect fit from 64GB, 128GB, 256GB and 512GB; Select the best capacity for all your memories. Speed class: U3
  • YOU’RE FULLY PROTECTED: EVO Select Plus provides reliable storage and takes on life’s adventures with water⁴, temperature⁵, X-ray⁶, ⁷magnet, drop⁸, and wears⁹ out protection; Backed by a 10-year limited warranty; Proofs are for the microSD card and do not include the adaptor
  • FLASH MEMORY CARD: Performance and reliability you can count on from the flash memory brand; All firmware and components are produced in-house
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SAMSUNG EVO Select Micro SD-Memory-Card + Adapter, 256GB microSDXC 130MB/s Full HD & 4K UHD, UHS-I, U3, A2, V30, Expanded Storage for Android…
SAMSUNG EVO Select Micro SD-Memory-Card + Adapter, 256GB microSDXC 130MB/s Full HD & 4K UHD, UHS-I, U3, A2, V30, Expanded Storage for Android…




Specification: SAMSUNG EVO Select Micro SD-Memory-Card + Adapter, 256GB microSDXC 130MB/s Full HD & 4K UHD, UHS-I, U3, A2, V30, Expanded Storage for Android…

Standing screen display size

‎7 Inches


‎64 GB

Hard Drive

‎Solid State Drive




‎EVO Select

Item model number


Hardware Platform

‎Nintendo Switch

Item Weight

‎0.317 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎5.98 x 8.2 x 0.39 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎5.98 x 8.2 x 0.39 inches



Flash Memory Size




Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

‎September 7, 2021

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8 reviews for SAMSUNG EVO Select Micro SD-Memory-Card + Adapter, 256GB microSDXC 130MB/s Full HD & 4K UHD, UHS-I, U3, A2, V30, Expanded Storage for Android…

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  1. Jim E Mac

    SAMSUNG EVO Select Micro SD-Memory-Card + Adapter, 128GB microSDXC 130MB/s Full HD & 4K UHD, UHS-I, U3, A2, V30, Expanded Storage for Android Smartphones, Tablets, Nintendo-Switch (MB-ME128KA/AM) — — — Received 04-02-2022
    READ THIS FIRST — — — UPDATE: 01.27.2023 — I was sent a replacement Samsung micro SD card in July 2022, for my original failed card purchased in March that went bad in about 3 months. Now here we are again 5 months later and this card is locked into «read only mode» as well! At this rate I guess that if I purchase twenty more of these I’d get one that might last 3 years! I use the card mainly for music and pictures. And I’ve not even used 20gb of the storage yet. I noticed some of my songs were garbling in mini bursts, and it was happening with more and more songs. So I tried to delete some songs from the card by plugging my also SAMSUNG phone into my computer to start deleting the bad recordings, but I couldn’t. (same thing as last card) So I then tried the card out on my laptop directly to see if the same songs would garble in the same places, and they did. And I was already getting a bit miffed to put it mildly. I kinda knew what was coming next. So I clicked on ‘Properties’ and there it was «card is in read only mode». I’ve read that cards go into read only mode to protect existing data when they’re beginning to fail, and by the increasing amount of garbled songs (sounds like they’re briefly fast forwarding>>>) I believe these cards could be knock offs, or a run of microSD cards that maybe didn’t cut it on the quality control checks. So here we are at Samsung card #2. I will contact Amazon once again, after I go through the steps to try and get this card out of read only, but based on the last time I don’t have much faith that either one will do much good. I have more issues with «Sold and Shipped by Amazon» than all other sellers combined. C’mon Amazon, if I want to be treated like this I’ll go back to w-mart. Step up guys!
    DO NOT BUY-DO NOT PASS GO-DO NOT COLLECT GRIEF AND FRUSTRATION-GO TO ANOTHER SELLER GO DIRECTLY TO ANOTHER SELLER! DO IT NOW…And for the record, I don’t like Samsung phones anymore either, and double down on that with Android OS and their evil godfather Google. Anyway read on if you like scary stories.

    I purchased this Micro SD card for use with a Samsung phone. The card worked great at first, very fast data transfer. I was using it to mainly keep music on it, and eventually I would use it to store other data as my phone’s memory is only 32g. (I have a Samsung A03S, got a heck of a deal on it) Then a few days ago, I got a notice on my phone that there was a problem with my SD card. It turned out that suddenly I could not add files to it? So I tried to transfer some pictures to the card and sure enough, it wouldn’t work. And I hadn’t loaded any music on it since about last April, which was direct from a card reader (2 in 1 High-Speed Portable Memory Card Reader SD 3.0 Transport Protocol, SD Card Reader USB 3.0 to SDXC, SDHC, SD, MMC, RS-MMC, Micro SDXC, Micro SD, Micro SDHC Card and UHS-I ::: much much faster than direct through phone when adding about 700 more songs) since then and up until now, it has worked fine. So I followed the instructions on my phone and ‘reformatted the card’, and the files seemed to disappear, at least on the phone itself. However I removed that card and tried it on my computer and the files I thought were erased during formatting were still there? And on the computer the music files still played just fine, and when put back into the phone, the files did show up as existing on my Musicolet but the wouldn’t won’t play at all.
    So I attempted to check out the card and/or format it by using -Diskpart-Regedit-CHKDSK (not at all a computer wiz, just followed online instructions) and I kept getting ‘bad clusters’ as a result. So after a little research, I found out that it is not totally uncommon for a card to suddenly write protect itself, and that is most likely because the card is failing and attempting to protect the existing data on it. So after 3 months it fails? I have read that the average life span on a Micro SD card should be about 10,000 write-and-erase cycles before starting to malfunction… wasn’t even close on this one. I mean there’s NO moving parts right? Who knew an SD card could actually fail?
    I’ve never removed the card even one time without ‘unmounting’ it first, and that was maybe 5 times since I received it. Remember, most reviews on this card are shortly after using it, and if the lifespan of it is like 3 or 4 months, NOT WORTH IT. I thought I’d be using this card for my next 2 phones, but it doesn’t seem very likely now though.
    I can’t recommend this and would most likely never buy it again. However with a little more research I’ve discovered that there are other ways a card can suddenly start to fail, and it might not be a defect after all. I have a new Samsung card on the way, so I will update in about 3 or 4 months from now.
    And as an afterthought, I looked at the ‘data recovery protection plan’ from Aftersolutions?, and it would do me no good in this instance. The data on this card (music files & other stuff) is also duplicated on 2 other Micro SD cards and a flash drive. I hope this helped, ya might want to look exclusively at the 1star negative reviews before you buy this, it looks like failing at 90 days or so is NOT an uncommon problem. I read the negative reviews on most Amazon products before I purchase, if I see a common complaint, it will usually dissuade me from buying that particular product. . . but guess who didn’t do it on this Samsung Micro SD card. [Always scan the negative reviews to uncover chronic issues with a product, really]
    For the record, before I posted this prewritten review, I called Amazon’s customer service. They still have humans I can actually converse with, unlike everyone else who gives you a robot voice that will basically tell you ‘tough luck, warranty? what warranty? we don’t need no stinking warranties’ (lol) And to let you know, always call Amazon if you have an issue beyond their usual return policy, especially if the product is shipped & sold by them, they are in the business of selling products and keeping customers happy, it might not always go your way, but more often than not it will if you have a valid complaint, do give ’em a shot first. And be nice to the callers on the other end, they work hard, and it can’t hurt you at all.
    So Amazon ended up handling this issue to my satisfaction, which I’ve found is more common with them than it is not. And they will go the extra mile, which is more than any other online seller out there seems to be willing to do at present time. And also don’t be reluctant to contact the seller either using the Amazon messaging system so there’s a record of your contacts, it will come in handy I guarantee you.
    Hope this helped
    1 star because of the 90 day thing.

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  2. Jim E Mac

    If a smart phone accepts 64GB microSD card, it will accept up to 2TB card. This one works great in my LG G7 ThinQ. But it should work in any phone/tablet that accepts at least 64GB MicroSD cards. The file system is the same, exfat, or 64-bit FAT.

    It’s pretty fast, reliable, but always make a backup. Just connect the phone to your pc, and it should show up in ‘My Computer’. Then, copy all the files on the SD card to your hard drive/SSD. Don’t copy the Android directory. IPhone I’m not sure how to do it. It might be cloud only.

    But Apple looks like it’s not long for this world. It sells about 100,000 mobile devices/year, while Samsung sells 4x that, and Samsung is only 1 of 100 companies making Android phones. Android devices make up over 1/2 of all internet-connected devices, and that includes routers, servers, desktops, laptops, smart phones, tablets, smart watches, single-board computers, embedded systems, kitchen appliances, HDTVs, cable boxes, networking appliances and firewalls, Cray supercomputers, Compaq Tandem, IBM S360 and z series, ARM-32 and 64-bit, Qualcomm SoCs, and a host of other computing devices.

    Android has over 50% of the overall computing/communication market. By comparison, Microsoft Windows has 22%, and MacOS and iOS have 16%. Android is Linux, so Linux has about 80% of the internet-connected computing market. 60% of the the Internet infrastructure runs on Linux.

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  3. David

    Advertised as a U3 A2 V30 card and what I got was a U1 A1 V10… The stock photo advertises otherwise unless you search the model number. There are drastic differences between U1/U2 A1/A2 and V10/V30 cards. Runs about half as slow as my Patriot Micro SD (about 33.6mbps writes VS 85.4mb/s on the 256GB Patriot card and 77.8mb/s on a 128 patriot). Thought I’d give Samsung a try after using alternatives for a long time but I don’t think I’ll be buying any cards from them for a while after this incident.

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  4. Huevosgigantes1

    I purchased a set of 4 Arlo Pro Spotlight cameras that included a “trial subscription.”
    When the trial period ended, my 4 cameras
    would trigger, and I was sent a notification, but I was unable to view any of the recordings.
    I chatted with an Arlo tech support person, and I was told that there is what amounts to a “work around.” I was advised that by purchasing an Arlo base unit, I’d be able to continue to use my cameras similar to the way that they functioned during the trial period.
    I purchased the VMB5000, synched my four cameras to it- but the cameras did not work.
    I chatted with a second Arlo tech support person who advised me that I needed a class 10 SD card.
    I purchased this MICRO card through Amazon, and when it arrived I searched and eventually found the well hidden micro SD card slot. It’s at the bottom of the base unit.
    The Record locally toggle switch recognized the SD card; and after following the prompts- I successfully formatted the SD card.
    I activated both the “record locally” toggle switch, as well as, the “direct storage access” toggle.
    At this point- I was able, while in Wi-Fi mode on my iPhone, to view captured triggered videos from each camera similar to when the trial subscription was active.
    However, when I was out of Wi-Fi range, once again, I could no longer view any triggered camera videos.
    Upon further reading, Arlo states that viewing triggered camera videos, remotely, that is, out of Wi-Fi range can be accomplished with by using a VPN, or by using Port Forwarding.
    I watched a YouTube video, loaded my ISP’s (Spectrum) App onto by iPhone, and with a few inputs*-I’m happy to say that it works.
    I can, now, view triggered camera videos either locally, or remotely with my iPhone
    via the cell phone network.

    *Arlo app
    >Smart Hub/Base Station/Bridge
    >tap on the base station
    >Local Storage(storage settings)
    >activate: Record Locally
    Direct Storage Access
    >tap on: Port Forwarding
    >activate: Enable Port Forwarding
    Write down the internal and
    external port numbers- you will
    Input these on your ISP’s router.
    I was fortunate I found a YouTube video with instructions for setting up my ISP, Spectrum, router.

    Good Luck!

    The VPN setup is believed to be more secure than the port forwarding setup- I may explore the VPN option, there are free VPN apps, and there are subscription VPN apps, as well, but my whole thing was to eliminate yet another monthly subscription.

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  5. Jaime Pamanes

    If you’re someone who has many old console games you wanted to emulate to your Steam Deck, the Samsung EVO Select is the solution. I don’t have many old games, I wanted to buy more but I can’t afford them all. With the number of retro games I have, 128 GB is the best option to buy. The read/write speed is good enough to run emulated games to your Steam Deck. I highly recommend this Micro SD to gamers who wanted to expand their game storage but don’t want to spend too much.

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  6. Tyler

    I got this microSD card as I had a few devices (smart WiFi cameras, dashcams, spycams, etc.) which required microSD cards and I didn’t have any microSD cards.

    The microSD card worked well in my device.

    I tested the capacity and the capacity checks out fine to be what is indicated on the card itself so it isn’t a fake lower capacity card which has been modified on the outside to show a larger capacity.

    It comes sealed inside a standard cardboard display that you can find with most memory/storage cards which displays information about the card as well as warranty information.

    So far I don’t have any issues with this card. The only thing is that one needs to do before purchasing this card is to make sure that the device can use microSD cards of that size (128 GB) since some devices only support lower capacity cards (either 32 GB or 64 GB).

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  7. Stirrup Master

    Comprador, mucho cuidado.
    Llevo años comprando micro sd de marca samsung y siempre han funcionado de maravilla, muchísimos ciclos de lectura/escritura y uso rudo. Pensé que esta sería igual pero desafortunadamente DEJÓ DE FUNCIONAR POR COMPLETO DESPUÉS DE DOS MESES.
    Pude recuperar mi información pero era imposible modificar los contenidos de la tarjeta en android, linux y windows por igual. Mejor buscar otra opción.

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  8. Tyler

    La utilizaba para mi nintendo switch, y mientras estaba en uso marcó un error, en la PC si me la reconoce pero no deja modificar nada y esta protegida contra escritura, no se puede formatear ni usando algún software especial, nada recomendable.

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