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    Default Is there a way to move everything from a 16gb memory card to a 32gb???

    i recently lost and then found my memory card (dont ask) lol! but before i found it, i found myself in the predicament of having to replace my 16gb and found that there are alot of reasonably priced 32gb's out there. i am stock epic 4g. can i move EVERYTHING from my old card to my new card and if so how? i am kinda slow so please 'speak' in laymen's terms....please and thank u!
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    Default Re: Is there a way to move everything from a 16gb memory card to a 32gb???

    Yes. Just plug into your pc and select ok when the phone asks you if you want to mount it as ausb storage device. At this point your phone is a usb thumb drive. Copy the entire sd card to the pc. Unmount the phone, disconnect, and power off. Replace the sd card with the new one (you can format it on the pc or in your phone, if it's not recognized.) Then reconnect to pc, mount, then copy all from pc over the new one. I use Goodsync on pc to sync folders, and I use it to back up my sd card on a regular basis, so I would use it for this step. But all in all its very easy.

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