For example the SD card is best used for media storage, where the files are large and the speed requirements are relatively low — like movies and music loaded from your computer, or pictures and video generated on your phone. Whether you can install apps onto the SD card is a case-by-case situation you'll find by visiting the application settings, but chances are your most intense and powerful apps won't be allowed to move. You also wouldn't want to use the external storage for data that you don't want to be easily removed from the phone with a simple SIM tray tool.

Whether the SD card is all that useful when it's implemented this way is up for debate, but knowing that it is there for those who want to use it to its full potential is good. It doesn't have any effect on the phone if you choose not to use it, and it opens up a way for you to expand storage later if you need it.[url=!1473356086!1464927915908&t=f&p=139782&d=&url=!107211135!1475710266682&t=f&p=114145&d=&url=;jsessionid=1AC47FC6969D874403C3031B77FFA03A&t=f&p=554017&d=&url=;url=!&url=;$sessionid$N54OUATEBLQGPQFISY0RVQWAVCLC0IV0?mktportal=tradedoubler-PT&url=;jsessionid=A4563B2CE8F1D6C4F380B9B490A6314A-n1?siteId=42616&listingId=43259&url=;url=;url=;url=*/greybox/click.php?id=226&url=]ugg[/url][url=

But of course no feature addition comes without some sort of issue, right? This time adding the microSD card back to the Galaxy S7 edge brings up an interesting conversation because the phone is running Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which added a new way of handling removable storage called "adoptable storage." Adoptable storage allows the phone to take in an external storage device and integrate it to the system so that it can be treated as internal storage.

An SD card slot is something a lot of people were clamoring for, even if it doesn't work as adoptable storage.
That's a departure from the way previous versions of Android used an SD card, and for a multitude of reasons Samsung has decided not to include adoptable storage in its Marshmallow build for the Galaxy S7 edge — not the least of which being user confusion and worries over data corruption when a low-quality SD card is used. When you insert an SD card into the Galaxy S7 edge it works just like it did in any pre-Marshmallow phone you may have used, in that it's simply mounted as a separate volume for you to store data of your choosing on. That is, except for some kinds of data that just don't play well with removable storage of this type.

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