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Default SD card damaged on reboot for no reason :(

I have rooted MK2 but no Safestrap/roms. The last thing I updated was Titanium backup, a couple days ago.

Today, everything was great until I rebooted my phone to see if I could get better wifi reception at work, and suddenly my sd card is corrupted! for no reason! I had a ton of stuff on there, included all my backups

has anyone else had this issue? is there anything I can do to prevent this happening again?

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I have rooted MK2 but no Safestrap/roms. The last thing I updated was Titanium backup, a couple days ago.

Today, everything was great until I rebooted my phone to see if I could get better wifi reception at work, and suddenly my sd card is corrupted! for no reason! I had a ton of stuff on there, included all my backups

has anyone else had this issue? is there anything I can do to prevent this happening again?

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I think that it depends on what the tweak did to it. The only best advice is to back it up to your computer every now and then.
 
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I have rooted MK2 but no Safestrap/roms. The last thing I updated was Titanium backup, a couple days ago.

Today, everything was great until I rebooted my phone to see if I could get better wifi reception at work, and suddenly my sd card is corrupted! for no reason! I had a ton of stuff on there, included all my backups

has anyone else had this issue? is there anything I can do to prevent this happening again?

<<extra-sad-face>>
I dont really have a fix for it unfortunately. Try taking the SD card out and putting it in a card reader then put it into the PC. See if the PC recognizes it. If it does then copy your SD card to your Desktop then reformat the SD card. I have had 2 32Gig Ultra Sandisks go bad on me (in my old S3) and got tried of it. Got a 32Gig Samsung SD now and have never had a problem.
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good advice. when I get home this evening I'll try my adapters and see if my computer can read it from one of them. And then I'll back it up. And buy a Samsung card!

what a PITA!
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