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S5 and SanDisk 64GB UHS-1 problems w/ camera

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Im using the samsung evo 64gb micro sd card and so far no problems. Its been in the phone from day of release so maybe have a look at purchasing this card.

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I've had a similar problem, it started in my S4 with the 64gb SanDisk but I thought that the camera had gone faulty! Upgraded this week to S5 and put the sd card in it and all the pictures I took were OK for a minute then went corrupt? Also noticed that I couldn't put apps on the sd so process of elimination brought me to the card. Turns out it had gone faulty but had a second one in my gopro so put it in the phone and all is working perfectly but the other card is dead and can't even format it. Not sure if this helps or similar to your experience but thought I'd share

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I tried the Ultra and not Ultra-Plus. The Ultra worked for most things for me but not high speed cam/camera functions.

If you tried it please let me know.

From this point on I buy the Extreme Plus and never looked back.
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