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Re: sd card problem
Yesterday morning I removed my 32GB micro-SD card just to see what brand it was. It was the same card from my Huewai. I reinstalled it and restarted the phone. A message came up that said the sd card was damaged. I took the card back out and put it into my computer and it, too, said the file structure was corrupted. I took the phone to Best Buy, where I bought it, and a well knowledged Samsung rep confirmed that it was. What he was sure to point out was that is three days he's had 4 bad sd cards come in to him and EVERY ONE of them was a Polaroid. He also mensioned not to get a PNY brand either. He did suggest San Disc and one other brand. I've had good luck with San Disc in the past but Micro Center didn't have one.
I told him thank you and raced to the nearest Micro-Center and bought their house-brand 64GB ($38.99?) and took it all back to Best Buy, just to make sure I don't do anything wrong. I had my Motorolla XT720 and Huewai mastered as far as getting around inside it but this phone is a little different.
Yes, I lost my music and pictures. But the music can be re-ripped and the pics are also stored in 3 other places.