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Another small bonus from the GS3

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13th May 2012, 02:11 PM   |  #1  
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Just watched the video from another link and a small benefit for me of the GS3 over the GS2 is that it looks like you can change the MicroSD card without removing the battery and therefore having to switch off the phone first. It seems you should just be able to unmount it from settings and then switch to another one. Cool!
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Nothing new!

It was like that on SGS1...
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yeah, its good, but at the cost of hot swappable sim card .
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And why couldn't this have gone in the other thread about GS3 improvements over GS2. Seems appropriate to me..

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Ah yeah?!, cool then

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Nothing new!

It was like that on SGS1...

Sadly that's not true with SGS2 and Note
13th May 2012, 06:41 PM   |  #7  
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And why couldn't this have gone in the other thread about GS3 improvements over GS2. Seems appropriate to me..

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loll,man i like your comments on every threads like this
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13th May 2012, 07:46 PM   |  #8  
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Speaking of that, is it safe to insert or remove a micro sd card while a phone or tablet is running?
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Speaking of that, is it safe to insert or remove a micro sd card while a phone or tablet is running?

Of course it is. As long as you don't have apps installed to sd, they won't work after swapping.

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Sadly that's not true with SGS2 and Note

He was talking about SGS1, not Note nor SGS2...

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