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By leopard_fist, Member on 4th September 2014, 03:46 AM
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Hello, well I returned an sd card to walmart that i'd had a couple months - it had slightly broken which is why it wouldn't work correctly.

I had some titanium backups on there, and also a couple nandroids I think - the titanium backups contained my email app with accounts etc., my contacts etc. also.

I'm not trying to be paranoid, but does anyone have any thoughts on this? It seems I read somewhere that an sd card used in one phone, will not read correctly on any other phone, and afterall, the card is defective (why I returned it).
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4th September 2014, 05:02 AM |#2  
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Hello, well I returned an sd card to walmart that i'd had a couple months - it had slightly broken which is why it wouldn't work correctly.

I had some titanium backups on there, and also a couple nandroids I think - the titanium backups contained my email app with accounts etc., my contacts etc. also.

I'm not trying to be paranoid, but does anyone have any thoughts on this? It seems I read somewhere that an sd card used in one phone, will not read correctly on any other phone, and afterall, the card is defective (why I returned it).
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I have used the same card across many devices with no issues but you have no worries as after you returned it. They have a policy that it us thrown away in the compactor so chances are you are safe.
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I have used the same card across many devices with no issues but you have no worries as after you returned it. They have a policy that it us thrown away in the compactor so chances are you are safe.

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