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    Default Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) Google Play Mags on SD

    Hi all, first time poster - be gentle

    Now I've searched & searched to no avail on this issue, but as the title suggests, I'm wanting to put all my google play mags onto an SD card. I've read that it's meant to happen automatically, blah blah, but it doesnt.. Any clues guys?
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    Default Re: Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) Google Play Mags on SD

    I wish I could help you. Have you called Samsung? I bought the 16GB version because of the "up to 64GB micro SD card". Little did I know (because Samsung doesn't offer to tell you), I can't put movies I BUY on the SD card. I think that goes for games and other licensed material. According to a rep in the Executive Care/Warranty dept, you can encrypt your SD card and then put the movies on it. I was in the process of figuring out if this works when I saw the post here about the tablet being 10% off on Newegg. So I just upgraded to the 32GB version and skipped the headache Still, it's rude of Samsung to omit that bit of information. Was that gentle enough? <g>
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    Default Re: Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) Google Play Mags on SD

    Quote Originally Posted by monicakm View Post
    I wish I could help you. Have you called Samsung? I bought the 16GB version because of the "up to 64GB micro SD card". Little did I know (because Samsung doesn't offer to tell you), I can't put movies I BUY on the SD card. I think that goes for games and other licensed material. According to a rep in the Executive Care/Warranty dept, you can encrypt your SD card and then put the movies on it. I was in the process of figuring out if this works when I saw the post here about the tablet being 10% off on Newegg. So I just upgraded to the 32GB version and skipped the headache Still, it's rude of Samsung to omit that bit of information. Was that gentle enough? <g>
    Don't know if it is the same process or not, but on my Note 3, with a 64gb sd card, I was having problems putting my PURCHASED MUSIC AND DVDS on the sd card. Finally I coverted them to mp3 and/or mp4s, and they are now all on my 64gb sd card.
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    Default Re: Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) Google Play Mags on SD

    Still cant believe this isnt possible..
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    Default Re: Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) Google Play Mags on SD

    Quote Originally Posted by Soooperpigdog View Post
    Still cant believe this isnt possible..
    After looking into it further, the problem is with downloaded purchased music/movies. I have put movies galore on my Note3 and Note 10.1 2014. Both of them have 64gb sd cards.. The trick is, the music and movies that i put on them, all came from my purchased DVDs and CDs..IMO, too much chit in downloaded media... Example, I purchase a late movie DVD or music CD.. Then I copy and convert them over to my Note 3 and Note 2014..No problems whatsoever.

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