SanDisk Ultra 64GB Micro USB 2.0 OTG Flash Drive For Android Smartphone/Tablet With App- SDDD-064G-G46

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SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive, 64GB (SDDD-064G-G46)

Features a USB 2.0 connector on one side and a micro-USB connector on the other side.
Free Up Space on Your Android Smartphone or Tablet

The SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive is ideal for Android smartphone and tablet (2) users who need an easy and affordable way to transfer multimedia content from their devices to their computers. The drive offers hassle-free transfers of photos, videos, and music to any computer with a USB 2.0 port, making it easy to free up space on your Android device.

Easily Transfer Photos and Video to PC or Mac Computers

With a micro-USB connector on one side and a USB 2.0 connector on the other, the SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive makes it a snap to free up space for photos, videos, songs, or other files on your Android phone or tablet.

64 GB Storage Capacity for Videos, Photos, Music, and More

A generous 64 GB (1) storage capacity provides enough space to store all the videos and photos you capture with your smartphone or tablet.


Phone
Plugs into Android Smartphone micro-USB Port

Simply plug the drive into your phone or tablet's micro-USB port (2), and the drive will be detected automatically, allowing you to move content.

Tablet
Ideal for Android Tablet Users

Use the SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive to back up all the digital photos, video, and music files you keep on your Android tablet.

SanDisk Memory Zone
Manage Files with SanDisk Memory Zone

Available online through the Google Play Store, the SanDisk Memory Zone app (3) makes it simple to manage, organize, and back up files stored in your Android phone's internal and external memory and transfer them to your SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive.

PC
Product Information

This USB drive is compatible with PCs running Windows XP, Windows 7, or Windows 8 or Mac computers running Mac OS 10.5+. It is automatically detected when it is connected to a compatible smartphone or tablet computer (2). The drive measures 35 by 17.5 by 9.8 millimeters (L x W x H) and has an internal storage capacity of 64 GB.

Free your content
Disclaimers

(1) 1GB=1,000,000,000 bytes. Actual user storage less. (2) Requires host device with On The Go (OTG) compatibility. See for list of compatible devices (3) Download and installation required. (4) Compatible device required. HD (1280x720) video support may vary based on host device, file attributes and other factors.

Compatible Devices
What's in the Box

SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive.

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Features

  • Easily transfer content between Android smartphones, tablets, PC and Mac computers
  • Dual micro-USB and USB 2.0 connectors
  • Instant storage for Android smartphones and tablets of up to 64GB (please see list below for compatible devices)
  • Free up space on your smartphone for photos, videos, music and more
  • SanDisk Memory Zone app lets you easily manage and back-up content, available on Google Play

Product information 64 GB

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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Capacity: 64 GB
A comparison between Sony Microvault and Sandisk Ultra Micro USB drives
The Sony Microvault USB Flash Drive and SanDisk Ultra Micro USB 2.0 OTG Flash Drive are very similar in terms of functionality. So which one is a better product? I own both and here is my comparison between them:... See more
The Sony Microvault USB Flash Drive and SanDisk Ultra Micro USB 2.0 OTG Flash Drive are very similar in terms of functionality. So which one is a better product? I own both and here is my comparison between them:

[Compatibility]
Both drives are immediately recognized when inserted to the micro-USB port of my cell phone (Samsung Galaxy S3 running Android 4.4.2). The 'My Files' app pops up automatically, showing '/storage/UsbDriveA' (this device). I can then navigate between Device storage (phone's internal memory), SD memory card, and the external USB drive. It is very intuitive to copy or move files around.

When tested on an older tablet ( D2-721 ) running Android 4.1.1, the Sony 32GB drive is recognized, but the Sandisk 64GB drive is not. This is probably because the 64GB drive is formatted in exFAT, which is unsupported by older Android operating systems. The 32GB drive is formatted in FAT32, which is universally supported.

I also tested both drives without problems on my computers running Win7 Home and Win7 Pro. On an old computer running Win XP, however, the 64GB drive is not recognized. Again, this is not the fault of the drive, but because exFAT is not supported by XP natively.

[Mechanical design]
Both the Sony and Sandisk drives are very compact, with the Sony version being 1/4 inch shorter. See the photo I uploaded to 'Customer Images' for a side-by-side comparison. Note that both drives allow attachment of lanyards, but none is provided.

- The Sony drive has a twist-off cap for the micro-USB port, and nothing for the USB port.
- The Sandisk drive has retractable covers for both micro-USB and USB ports. Note that they do not prevent dust from entering the opening of ports, but at least they can prevent the metal parts from scratching your cell phone or tablet.

[LED indicator]
- Sony unit has a green LED that lights up when the drive is being accessed.
- Sandisk unit does not have any indicator lights.

[Data Transfer Speed]
I measured the sequential Read and Write speeds for both drives on my computer, using the CrystalDiskMark 3.0.1 x64 benchmark program. The Sony drive shows about 10% faster in Read and 30% faster in Write:
- Sandisk Ultra OTG: Read=20.7MB/s, Write=9.6MB/s
- Sony Microvault: Read=23.4MB/s, Write=12.9MB/s

I also measured the data transfer rate manually, by copying large video files to and from my Samsung Galaxy S3. The outcome is again in favor of Sony:
- Sandisk drive: Read=12.1MB/s, Write=5.1MB/s
- Sony drive: Read=15.3MB/s, Write=8.8MB/s

[Bottom Line]
Which drive is better, you ask? That's a tough question. The Sony Microvault is slightly more compact and quite a bit faster. The Sandisk Ultra drive has a more protective case and is cheaper per GB. So it is a toss-up. You cannot go wrong with either brand, anyway.
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1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Capacity: 16 GB
Zero stars - do not buy any version of this device.
This is thumb drive is awful. I bought it to do full backups of my Note 3. First, its slow. I mean unusable slow in writing. Second, I got it to fully backup my phone which it would not have done if it worked. It backs up individual files of the pic, music, etc. I... See more
This is thumb drive is awful. I bought it to do full backups of my Note 3. First, its slow. I mean unusable slow in writing. Second, I got it to fully backup my phone which it would not have done if it worked. It backs up individual files of the pic, music, etc. I thought I would have the option of backing up everything and then if I had to get another Note 3 it would allow me to download the App and then restore a new phone or come close to it. Why do I want to backup individual files? I can do that on my computer. It does not matter though because it bombs each and every time I try to do a backup. At a minimum they should have a log so you could research where it died. But it doesn't have one.

So to sum it up - too slow to use, can't use it for what I want, bombs using their own software. Now the really sad part. I bought this on a lightning deal. I assumed maybe my problem is I only got the 16 GB. Maybe the USB 64 version would be better - nope. At least I can send that one back.

I am not a SanDisk hater, I have some good ones, but this product is really unacceptable in every way.
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1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Capacity: 64 GB
Doa or Fake, i do not know. UPDATE: New one works just dandy. UPDATE: Now just a slow piece of crap.
The flash drive could not be recognized by my Windows 8.1 or my Samsung S5. It would acknowledge it being plugged in with the device noise, but could not be accessed by either. I downloaded HP USB format utility to check and see if it was just not formatted or if there was... See more
The flash drive could not be recognized by my Windows 8.1 or my Samsung S5. It would acknowledge it being plugged in with the device noise, but could not be accessed by either. I downloaded HP USB format utility to check and see if it was just not formatted or if there was an error in it. It showed up as a Generic 1MB drive...yes...1MB. Any attempt to format it ended is failure as it said it could not be formatted. I do not know if I got a knock off or a defective product. I will update if the situation changes.
Physically it is incredibly tiny, from the pictures you can see that it small in the palm of my hand, although my hand is a little larger due to being attached to a little larger guy. I found that it is small enough i have trouble operating it but that is not a negative of the device, just the way i am built.

Update 3/12/2015:
I did a product return, sending the old one back in using the labels Amazon provided for me. Easy enough. They had sent the second one out even before the old one was in the mailbox. This one works fine. Great file capacity. A little on the small and light side, just waiting for me to loose it. Not case friendly as you will see in my updated photos, just sits and laughs at a Samsung S5 with a otterbox on it. Since I now have a working one, well worth the $. Would recommend if you like to transfer or back up files/photos/music between your cell phone, tablet, and computer and just really dont want to drag 3 different cords around.

Update 1/24/2017:
I don't know if I just never noticed or it has partially failed. It is now only registering 32GB and it is slooooowwwwwww. It says clearly on the case 64GB. It is so slow now, its almost worthless. I have only used it a couple of times too.
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4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Capacity: 32 GB
GREAT product, genius idea, but slightly flawed execution
This thing is fantastic and a must have if you have an android device that doesn't have SD card support. I use this thing constantly on all my devices now. I will get another one to have for other purposes, but for now I have used this one to put ROMS on, updated GAPPS... See more
This thing is fantastic and a must have if you have an android device that doesn't have SD card support. I use this thing constantly on all my devices now. I will get another one to have for other purposes, but for now I have used this one to put ROMS on, updated GAPPS files that I don't have to keep in the memory of my devices. I've also mainly used this for storing movies and tv series I want to watch when I have the opportunity. This thing transfers data FAST. I'll come home and throw another season of a tv show on the drive for watching when I'm on public transit from work to home in the evenings and it's done in a few minutes. Plenty of space and very small.
With all the pros listed above here are my cons, it's a short list.
I respect the idea they come up with for protecting the data ports on either end, it's essentially a sliding plastic shield that moves from one side to the other to reveal either USB or micro USB, that in and of itself is pretty nifty, but it's execution is just not there for me. It doesn't "lock" in place when it's covering the ports, it sort of "snaps" but it's a very weak mechanism and will unsheathe itself constantly. This really isn't that big of a deal when it's in my tech bag, but it does bother me when it's in my pocket. The build quality seems very sturdy but I don't want to prematurely bend or break this product and have to buy another one to replace it. At first I thought why not caps on the ends? Who want's to keep up with caps though, or have them fit on the top of the other cap while this is plugged into your device making it's profile that much larger? So the idea they have is sound the execution just isn't.
My only other con is the mechanism for a loop or string to hook into on the body. On the "top?" of the device there is a very small eyelet for putting a string though, which you could then use to put on your keychain, phone dangley (if you carry those, Koreans LOVE these things), or a necklace/bracelet if you are that kind of geek (I am). The thing is it's so very small that ONLY string is going to fit through here, unless you have a very very fine necklace you're not getting it through this small eyelet. I don't mind that so much I probably wouldn't even mind that it has to be string only if they'd included one with the device, I simply don't keep that kind of stuff around my house so I have no way of attaching it unless I go buy something like that.
Something like one of these http://www.amazon.com/Black-Strap-Lobster-Mobile-String/dp/B00E1JN93G
So besides those two cons this is a fantastic device for any android owner. Before any IOS/appler person asks, no this will not fit your device. You have a different pin out connection which is why we can't share chargers either. If you are on the fence about this device, it's not crazy expensive just pick one up. You will be surprised at how much you use it once you've incorporated it into your gear bag.
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3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Capacity: 64 GB
Got the 'new' one, works but doesn't feel stable
The drive is fine. However, I ordered this drive (64gb) but was actually sent the newer model (http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-connector-Android-Devices-SDDD2-064G-G46/dp/B00RBGYGPG/ref=dp_ob_title_ce ) with the very fragile sliding housing (which was also really confusing at... See more
The drive is fine. However, I ordered this drive (64gb) but was actually sent the newer model (http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-connector-Android-Devices-SDDD2-064G-G46/dp/B00RBGYGPG/ref=dp_ob_title_ce ) with the very fragile sliding housing (which was also really confusing at first since I knew this model that I ordered didn't do that). I wish I'd seen the newer model when I ordered because it's also much less expensive. So I was sent a newer, but cheaper model. I think it functions quite similarly though.

I was able to seamlessly transfer photos from an Android phone to a mac. That's what I got it for and it's great in that respect. Really that's what matters. I'd also like to use it as nice portable storage that can go between phone & laptops easily, transfer photos on the go etc. However, I don't feel like it will last long at all. The whole housing feels like it could fall apart at any moment. The ports are a little unstable and they start to slide out of the housing on their own since it doesn't have a solid lock position. It has a weird metal thing around the housing that I guess you could use to attach it to something, but I wouldn't. The whole thing might fall apart and any movement means the ports get exposed. I was hoping the small size would mean portability, but the delicate nature of this rickety thing means it will probably have to live on a desk safely away from other things.
Otherwise, it works so far.
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Capacity: 16 GB
The small size of this makes it easy to pack in my laptop bag or keep in ...
I bought this mainly to transfer data from my phone onto my PC. This device makes the transferring process SO much quicker! The transfer of photos to this drive in lieu of connecting my phone directly to the PC is 2-3x quicker. The small size of this makes it easy to pack... See more
I bought this mainly to transfer data from my phone onto my PC. This device makes the transferring process SO much quicker! The transfer of photos to this drive in lieu of connecting my phone directly to the PC is 2-3x quicker. The small size of this makes it easy to pack in my laptop bag or keep in my pocket if I need it during the day. Great tool if you use your phone as a camera on a regular basis. I had no problems having it recognized or transferring any files with my Samsung Galaxy s4 & now my s7.
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Capacity: 64 GB
Great Little Gizmo!
Where has this been hiding for the last 5 years? No longer do I need to have a bunch of cables to transfer stuff from my phone to my computer and vice versa. Now I just plug the mini usb on this little jewel into my phone, copy the stuff over to it, and then remove it... See more
Where has this been hiding for the last 5 years? No longer do I need to have a bunch of cables to transfer stuff from my phone to my computer and vice versa. Now I just plug the mini usb on this little jewel into my phone, copy the stuff over to it, and then remove it from the phone. After that I extend the USB plug from the other side of this gizmo and plug that into my computer. Then I can copy my stuff to the computer. And while I'm there, I can then grab more stuff off my computer, unplug this cute but powerful device, extend the mini usb and plug it into my phone. You know what happens next. Voila! And here's another use I have found for it; from my computer I can load a lot of music or many RadioLab podcasts onto it. Then I plug this into my phone and grab my Bluetooth headphones for hours of listening fun. And I don't use any space on the phone itself because this acts as a simple storage area, accessible to the phone at all times. Great invention. Hardly bigger than a red grape! I give it 5 stars for ease of use and lots of fun.
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4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Capacity: 32 GB
Nice little gizmo (actually, it calls itself The Gadget in Windows Explorer!).
I like the size, and it works for my MotoG, IdeaPad 6000-L and my Asus notebook. But when I first used it, I copied a bunch of images to it from my phone, and tried to delete some of them, but it wouldn't let me. I got the San Disk memory app, which didn't seem to do much... See more
I like the size, and it works for my MotoG, IdeaPad 6000-L and my Asus notebook. But when I first used it, I copied a bunch of images to it from my phone, and tried to delete some of them, but it wouldn't let me. I got the San Disk memory app, which didn't seem to do much for it right then, and I used es file explorer and another one. Then plugged it into my PC - and I could copy and delete files. So I plugged it back into my phone - and MemoryZone popped up and scanned it, indexed it, and had an option to add an online service (like Dropbox)! The card itself is pretty quick. If you turn off Memory Zone, you can use regular file explorers on the Android, like es file explorer. I just wish the images could be bigger when you pull up your folder of pictures on the flash drive in your phone that is not a phablet!

I had no trouble inserting the micro-USB side into my MotoG with a plastic case on in - the trick is to be sure the protective sleeve is pushed all the way back over the middle to the regular USB side, and then the micro end sticks out enough to easily plug in. I have the 32G version because I don't trust myself not to lose things and I'd hate to lose a whole 64G worth of stuff. But I might buy another one - cheaper than subscribing to cloud drives for that much storage!
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