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By 3volution, Senior Member on 3rd May 2014, 01:37 PM
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I have a PNY 32 gig external that I switched from my S4 to my S5 and when I delete any photos on the SD they come back within minutes?
Lol,anyone know why? I never experienced this with the same SD in my S4.
 
 
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I have a PNY 32 gig external that I switched from my S4 to my S5 and when I delete any photos on the SD they come back within minutes?
Lol,anyone know why? I never experienced this with the same SD in my S4.

Seem like you connected to some cloud service like Google drive etc.

Swiping from dark side of Galaxy S5.
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Seem like you connected to some cloud service like Google drive etc.

Swiping from dark side of Galaxy S5.

Nope,I have checked that.
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Don't do / check yet.
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Don't do / check yet.

Huh?
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Nope,I have checked that.

You can try and format the sd card or, hook up the phone to your computer and delete the photos folder from your computer.

Something else that could be restoring it is Kies software I believe.
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I know that sd card data can recovery but google drive?????
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