1. anon(9252294)'s Avatar
    I have had a galaxy S5 for several months. When I got it, I simply moved my old (2 phones ago) SD card, to keep my contacts and pics. But that SD card was only 2GB, and I want to expand.
    I know how to remove, and add an SD card. What I am asking is... is there a way within the phone to move the data from the old card to the new one? How would I sync the cards. I dont want to lose the old data/apps/pics, etc.

    Thanks for helping!
    12-27-2014 05:38 PM
  2. Geek Central's Avatar
    I don't think there's a way on the phone, except to manually move it to internal storage and move it to the new card, but I think if you copied it to the new card through a computer by the same process, it would work. Just insert the new card into the phone first and format the card, to make sure it'll work with the phone.
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    12-27-2014 06:16 PM
  3. RockyMtnRedRaider's Avatar
    I plugged my new phone, with my old sd card installed, into my desktop computer. I dragged all the content from my old sd card to a folder on the desktop of my desktop computer. I then took out the old sd card and replaced it with my new one. I then plugged my new phone with my new sd card into my desktop computer, and copied all files onto it. No issues at all.

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    12-27-2014 10:31 PM
  4. anon(9252294)'s Avatar
    That is what I figured... I guess Ill just hook up to the computer and move the data manually. Thank you.
    12-28-2014 08:59 AM

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