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2 That's what someone said here, but it's not true. M builds are the new stable builds. They branche off from the nighties and are tested and made stable over the course of a week. Straight from the CM blog:
2 Yes your card will still be recognised in Windows after formatting in phone. You don't even need to format it. MicroSD cards are FAT32 (vFAT) by default. Just pop it in your phone and you can use it. Unmount it and pop it out and you can put it i...
1 I was used to mini partition software to partition on my SD card .( FAT32, Primary ) . Then i insert to the card to my mobile phone and try install link2sd the 1st part installation is correct then i open this apps choose to FAT32, to click the ...
1 ore than likely no. that issue is OS specific not an sdcard issue theres an app in playstore that fixes it though Yes it's os specific. It's introduced in kitkat to make the sd card more secure. Because with FAT, there's no way to control what ...
1 I used cyanogenmod on my i9305 for a few months, but it was too unstable, as it's a semi supported wthout stable M updates. So i had to go back to stock rom. This, however, gave me almost all the functions of cyanogenmod back. So i just want to sa...