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My wife has a Sprint S4 that is totally stock, no root or anything, never has been. We took a video yesterday (stored on sd card) and we went to send it via S Beam to her mother today who has a stock, non-rooted S3 (Sprint too). They both had low battery; my wife's was around 3% and her mom's was around 10%. When I tried to make the transfer, it appeared successful, but the video on her mom's phone wouldn't work. I assumed there was too little battery to complete the transfer, so I figured we'd just email it from home. Now the video won't work on my wife's phone, or my computer. The file shows as being 0kb even though it shows a duration of one minute and fifty two seconds.

Is this a known issue, and is there any way to recover the file?
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