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[Q] Note 3 has fried two micro SD cards.

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Originally Posted by s0xiik View Post
It's what I got, and I think that's right. Just to make something clear, S3, S4, Note 2 and Note 3, aren't supposed to support class 10. If you haven't got that issue good for you I don't have that issue either so I'm quite glad

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Uhm, Note 3 N9005 (64gb C10 Pro) and S3 i9300 (64gb Stronium 64gb Class 10), Files copy from internal Storage to SD Card Storage:
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Samsung Galaxy S3 White 32gb GT9300 Neatrom Lite V7.2 + SimpleGX Kernel V1.2.0 + Strontium 64gb SDXC
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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 White SM-N9005 32gb JackAway NA7-1 KK Knox 0x1 F**K Samsung Samsung 64gb SDXC Pro
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Thumbs down same here

To me it happened with note 2(sandisk ultra32gb) and now with note 3. I have log of what happened before it died. The pc doesn´t recognize it, it was a class 10 kingston 32gb
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