(UPDATE BELOW) I was spacing out on the subway this morning when a little glint of metal on the floor caught me eye - lo and behold, a 64G micro SD card. I think my laptop has a reader built in, but is it wise to stick a strange card into your personal computer? I don’t want to use a work computer either, because what if it’s a bunch of weird porn? How should I go about snooping here.

My lappy only has a standard SD card reader and my DSLR is so old it takes compact flash, so I had to do a fair bit of digging for my fiancées old Droid to get to the bottom of things. And what do we have? Because my life is not a spy movie apparently, not much.

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The lack of anything except these cache-looking Android files make me think that the guy who surmised that someone dropped their phone and it came flying out is likely correct. I’m an Apple slave so I don’t know what these files actually are, but this phone doesn’t know what to do with them. There’s about 61.5 of the 62.whatever gigs free. The phone also couldn’t tell me anything about the card’s brand or features, but it looks like Sandisk coloring.

Anyway, I don’t have a use for it. If someone wants it, $25 and it’s yours.