1. JnEricsonx's Avatar
    Just wondering if I should start everything afresh, and just transfer it over, or, keep the current microSD I'm using.
    03-14-2016 07:44 PM
  2. anon(5719825)'s Avatar
    I've simply moved my SD cards over when I get a new phone because all of my pictures are on them. Nothing wrong with doing this. No reason to buy a new card unless the old one is full and you don't want to lose anything on it.
    03-14-2016 07:58 PM
  3. dicefordeath's Avatar
    I generally keep cards until they fail or prove otherwise too problematic for continued use. (And paranoid as I am for my storage options, I usually keep stored items cloud-copied, as well.)
    03-14-2016 08:14 PM
  4. jdubbzz's Avatar
    Keep unless corrupted
    03-15-2016 04:40 PM
  5. Viktor Shevchenko's Avatar
    Keep unless corrupted
    03-15-2016 04:41 PM
  6. gsainath4u's Avatar
    I would say keep the old one, unless it is less than Class 6 speeds.
    If you buying a decent enough phone where you need good read/write speeds (like capturing in RAW or recording in UHD/4K), better to go for the latest HiSpeed cards.

    Another point to note is that the old card, if it was made into Adoptable Storage in the old phone running Android Marshmallow, then its better to leave that card there. It is encrypted and will not be recognized in any other device.
    03-16-2016 07:21 AM
  7. kramer5150's Avatar
    If the old one has proven to be reliable, keep it unless you need more capacity or faster speeds.

    Posted via the Android Central App
    03-16-2016 09:31 AM

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