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Old June 6th, 2013, 05:59 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by rushmore View Post
The somehow is they are ingoring Android team's direction to not use it, since created customer service costs to carriers and retailers. Well, Android wanted it gone anyway, but this gave them cover to do it without pushback.

Not too sure the carriers are going to like the tech support costs that this will certainly create. That is unless the reasons before: Stability, card swapping and cheap cards go away.

Samsung created the issue by not offering larger sizes out of the gate beyond an allocation to one carrier.
I'm glad they're ignoring them, just freed up another 1GB of space from my internal storage by moving the apps to sd. This new firmware with foldermount is very convenient.

The faster sdcards are allot cheaper now, also the Galaxy S4 sdcard slot is inside the phone it's not really something users will be taking out very often.
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