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Atma Weapon 02-08-2015 02:38 PM

Phone options for replacing 160GB iPod Classic?
I'd like to be able to store all of my music (~150GB) on my phone, but as far as I can tell my only option is to wait for Apple to (hopefully) expand the storage capacity on the iPhone 7 since the 6s are limited to 128GB. Is it likely for them to do so? I know if you look at the history of iPhones they usually double the storage with new models, but I'm not sure how much demand there is for people who want more than 128GB.

I'm also open to using Android phones. I noticed at least one Android phone (Galaxy S5) has an internal capacity of 32GB but can be expanded to 160GB with a 128GB microSD card. Going this route, would I be able to have access to all of my music or would they have to be separated, with some of it on internal storage and the rest on the microSD card?

she nice 02-08-2015 02:42 PM

obviously it would be physically separated if you have more than fits on the card :cran: but it would all still show up in the player. 32gb doesn't include the os and shit though so you'd have less

lollersk8s 02-08-2015 05:31 PM

Why not separate your "roadworthy" tunes from your main collection rather than lug all the shit around, 70% of which you never listen to?

eman 02-09-2015 11:57 PM

I don't agree that a UI concept from 95 is useless. A four wheeled car concept is very old, and not useless - some things are just good ideas. For mobile devices traditional windows does seem bad. And the integration of metro and classic modes in Win8 is awful, i don't get why that guy has such a boner for it.

sl0ths 02-10-2015 01:15 AM

It can be a pain to have tons of tunes on an SD card. Every time i start up my crappy android phone it takes about 10 minutes to reindex all my mp3s. But better than an idevice i guess.

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