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Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy S4' started by TuBitMittens, May 2, 2014.
You should be ok with a 32.
Does anybody think that my 64gb memory stick is actually damaged by the phone?? Or is it simply that the phone doesn't play well with the stick??
Wait so the card is actually destroyed? Like if I was to use it with another device would I experience the same issue?
You can certainly try to reformat it in another devices but most people have found that it won't work. Maybe yours will.
My friend has also suggested that I partition it to 32gb hopefully that'll solve the problem.
Do you think sandisk or any other source would let me turn this card in for another one for free???
I don't think so. If you purchased it from a local store you might try taking it back.
My S3 had problems with non San Disk media. When I converted to San Disk class 10 memory 64gb it solved wife and I problems. I moved that memory to my S5. Does the S4 prefer San Disk?
Sandisk specifically came out with a bad batch of microSD cards but it has been a while and they shouldn't still be on the market.
I really wish I did my research before hand. Would they sympathize replace my card for free you think? Or should I get a different brand or smaller storage size?
You could call SanDisk, but it may not be worth the hassle. I'd personally go out and get a couple 32GB cards. They are getting pretty reasonably price for class 6 cards.
You think I could try selling my 64gb? If I get a 32gb should I not go with sandisk again?