Xperia S has memory card slot

Discussion in 'Xperia S and Xperia SL' started by RacecarBMW, Jan 11, 2012.

  1. RacecarBMW

    RacecarBMW New Member

  2. Krisham

    Krisham New Member

    it does not have expandable memory slot........its fixed with 32 GB Memory only...
    eMMC = High-density MLC NAND Flash & MMC controller
    easy to use
    • Simple read/write memory using industry-standard eMMC 4.41 interface
    • No need to develop firmware for eMMC controller
  3. Xperia Blog

    Xperia Blog Administrator Staff Member

    Yep, it's fixed memory only unfortunately. The Xperia ion has 16GB eMMC AND a microSD slot - it's a shame they couldn't do the same for the Xperia S.
  4. Rene Pedroso

    Rene Pedroso Member

    32GB is more than enough considering everything is moving to streaming and cloud base. You can even play games on the cloud, (OnLive) working great on my arc S.
  5. faris

    faris Member

    The E in eMMC stands for embedded... I wouldnt mind if they did change the design somehow and got in a micro sd... For me 32gb isnt that much.. but I could manage..
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  6. myproffs

    myproffs New Member

    I still prefer to have MicroSD slot
  7. Jam Salad

    Jam Salad New Member

    I've backed up all my data and media (texts, video, photos, contacts, apps etc...) on my Xperia X10 to my microSD via the MyBackupPro app.
    If the Xperia S has no memory card expansion, how would I transfer my stuff from my microSD of my X10 to the Xperia S??
  8. Rene Pedroso

    Rene Pedroso Member

    Just copy the backed up data to your PC, make sure you have MyBackupPro installed on your S, then connect your S to your computer via USB and paste the files into the MyBackupPro file. Launch the applications and the data should be there. You can also do it with OTG & ASTRO
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  9. Jam Salad

    Jam Salad New Member

    Thanks Rene, quick response!
  10. ProWeirdo

    ProWeirdo New Member

    It's not a shame, for normal Johnson there's no need for more, it already has 25GB for using..
  11. BirdEater

    BirdEater New Member

    Hi guys,

    Did you try USB on the go feature? If it really works (and according to videos and articles it does) you could connect any pendrive to extend your storage. This +25GB of the standard internal storage should be more than enough, as far as i'm concerned.