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What sd card do I need?

24th February 2014, 01:05 AM   |  #1  
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I have a hard-bricked galaxy s3 and I am going to use the micro sd card method to fix it", but I only have a class 0 and a class 4. does it matter?
24th February 2014, 01:14 AM   |  #2  
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I have a hard-bricked galaxy s3 and I am going to use the micro sd card method to fix it", but I only have a class 0 and a class 4. does it matter?

You need a class 10 that matches your internal storage. 16 or 32 gb.

it's worth a shot seeing if any of those work, it's not like you're going to break anything. Report back if you can get it to work.

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You need a class 10 that matches your internal storage. 16 or 32 gb.

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Why does it matter if it's class 10?
24th February 2014, 01:37 AM   |  #4  
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Why does it matter if it's class 10?

Read and write speed.

The whole idea is to trick the phone into thinking it's your internal SD card, so you need a very fast one to make it think it's internal.

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Read and write speed.

The whole idea is to trick the phone into thinking it's your internal SD card, so you need a very fast one to make it think it's internal.

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That's why they didn't work! Are there any household appliances that would have one?
24th February 2014, 01:43 AM   |  #6  
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That's why they didn't work! Are there any household appliances that would have one?

I highly doubt it, you mean to pull it from?

Not anything I can think of.

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I highly doubt it, you mean to pull it from?

Not anything I can think of.

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Okay. Thanks man.

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