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You know... With every Samsung phone I have owned (Captivate, Skyrocket, Epic 4G Touch, AT&T S4, and now the AT&T Note 3) I have always had SanDisk memory cards. I have also always seen this post in ever forum saying it's the phones fault.

I am here to tell you that it's not. SanDisk is notorious for shipping bad cards. I currently have the class 10 SanDisk Ultra 64 GB SD that has been through 3 Samsung phones and an HTC phone. I have never had issues with it. I have had many other SanDisk ultra cards. Broken or lost by my own fault and 3 of the 9 that I have had were DOA.

It is becoming very tiring seeing this exact same post in every forum related to Samsung phones. I can bet money that if you send the card back to SanDisk (they have a lifetime warranty) you will likely not have any issues.

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Never would have guessed this fix. Was driving me crazy! Thank you!
 
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Seems you can't flash roms or restore from the card either.

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Thanks for the cleaning with alcohol advice. I have a 32 gig class 10 in my underwear drawer that can't be recognized by anything. Happened in my galaxy s 3. It has tons of movies and valuable info on it. I am heading home to give it a shot. If it work I will dance at your wedding.

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I recently got a note 3 and updated to kit kat and it took a long while before I could figure out why I couldn't write to my ext SD. Titanium allowed me to restore but not back up. This really sucks what android is doing. First Samsung and at&t locked bootloaders so I go with the T-Mobile note 3 on at&t to be kicked again with the SD blocking. I applied the write to ext SD fix and its fine but what is next from these carriers and manufacturers?

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I have never had a problem with my sandisk 64gb microsd card. Everything seems to work like a charm
 
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I have never had a problem with my sandisk 64gb microsd card. Everything seems to work like a charm
Same here, SanDisk 64GB Class 10 carried over from my previous phone with all files intact. I also use the phone's SD-encryption with no problems.

I agree though that it's important to back up anything you don't want to lose. That's true for any form of storage.
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