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Old January 14th, 2013, 11:20 AM   #122 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by davoid View Post
To be honest, I think the lower the capacity of the SD card the less likely it is to be corrupted. Most of the problems are with 64GB cards and to a lesser extent, 32GB cards. I've had three 64GB Sandisk cards corrupt in two S3 devices.
This is a good point! The "read/write" function in the S3 may have difficulties writing the larger blocks. That could be why not as many users as you would think are having these problems. Just a thought.
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