I upgraded my rooted F3's SD card from 16GB to 32GB yesterday. I have almost all my apps stored on a 2nd partition using Link2SD, so I cloned both partitions to the new card, then started up again hoping everything would be OK. And it almost was. However, on startup I got the following warning, in front of the swipe-to-unlock screen: System UIDs Inconsistent UIDs on the system are inconsistent, you need to wipe your data partition or your device will be unstable. And then there's a single button labeled "I'm Feeling Lucky". I clicked the button to dismiss the warning and found that a bunch of my apps (but not all) were force-closing when I tried to run them, but I got them working again by re-installing from the Play Store. Now, everything seems normal again, except that I still get this "Inconsistent UIDs" message when I boot up. It makes me nervous, obviously. I've googled this and found some suggestions on fixes (usually involving "TWRP"), but haven't found anything that mentions the F3, so I thought I'd see whether anyone in this forum has dealt with it.