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  1. Abcdude

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    Just got my Samsung Galaxy S7 monday, and i've been loving it ever since. Today I got a 128GB Samsung Evo+ MicroSD to store my larger apps, pictures, movies and music. Everything was going smoothly, transferred everything I needed onto it, but then on the last app transfer, like the idiot I am, I closed the out of the settings because I thought the SD transfer was working in another tab, stupid, I know.

    Shortly after, the device froze, and rebooted. As soon as the lock screen came back up, I unlocked it, and panicked when everything seemed to load slower than usual. All of the apps I did transfer now show up as this: http://i.imgur.com/JuLUfEt.png http://i.imgur.com/wTtxtVe.png

    Now the music, videos, and pictures I have on the SD are all fine. The apps don't honestly matter to me, I haven't even started them up actually, what i'm genuinely worried about is what problems this could cause for my device in the longrun, and if I should format just in case. I love this thing so much, and I don't want my experience ruined because of my moronic mistake. Should I be worried?
     

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    Just reinstalled Hearthstone, and transferred to the SD Card, it works completely fine. I'm really just worried why the "corruption" only happened to the apps I transferred and not the music, photos or files that I put on as well.

    EDIT: Nevermind, problem is worse. Turns out that it stays on the internal storage instead of transferring, fantastic.
     
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