So I've not long been upgraded to the Galaxy S4 (I9505) now, and the time has come to change SD cards. Currently I'm using a 8GB class 2 Samsung microSDHC card which came with my old phone, the HTC Desire HD. Obviously all of my data is on there for my apps, images ect. So anyway I bought a 'SanDisk microSDHC Ultra 32GB, class 10, UHS-I, 30MB/sec. + SD adapter, Mobile' (Detailed I know, just copied and pasted it
So when it came to transferring things over, I took my old SD card out of the phone, stuck the new one in, and then slotted the old one into the card adapter in my laptop. When I come to copy and paste everything over though, I'm not allowed to copy the folder '.android_secure'. This looks like it has all of my apps in it. The music and videos copy just fine. When I look on the phone, the applications that where on my old SD card are grayed out with an SD card symbol next to them. Sooooo.....(finally) I'm wondering how I can solve this?
P.S. I can't plug my HTC in anymore as it's no longer recognised.