64gb sdcard causing reboots
I have a 64gb ultra card that caused my phone to reboot. It wiped itself of all my needed emergency data (nandroids, Rom install files)
The reboots started randomly after not changing anything for weeks. I did my usual nandroid back up using twrp then rebooted the system. On my way to work the phone rebooted 5 times in a row so I tried to wipe cache and Dalvik to fix it... But it didn't help.
I wiped everything and was going to do a fresh install but my memory card was missing my files (folders were there but data is missing in folders
Luckily I had a old install file for acr that I used for emergency. After fresh install it still was rebooting... I removed the memory card and it has been without issues.
Anyone have any advice to why this would happen? Is it just the phone hates exFAT file system? Or do I have a faulty card...
I'm currently formatting (full format not quick format) the card but I learned my lesson to not back up to external storage
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