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Received my moto G lte a couple of day ago. Put in a 32GB sandisk SD card. The phone constantly hangs and reboot while an sd card is inserted. Works fine without.

Sometimes, going into the settings will cause the phone to hang, resulting in the message "settings quit responding". Anyone else facing this issue. i tried reformatting the sd card multiple times and performing a factory reset. Did I receive a defective phone?
 
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Hi,

Received my moto G lte a couple of day ago. Put in a 32GB sandisk SD card. The phone constantly hangs and reboot while an sd card is inserted. Works fine without.

Sometimes, going into the settings will cause the phone to hang, resulting in the message "settings quit responding". Anyone else facing this issue. i tried reformatting the sd card multiple times and performing a factory reset. Did I receive a defective phone?
Did you try a different SD card? Mine appears to be working fine with a 32GB samsung class 10 sd card...
 
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Indeed you should try another brand AND possibly a class 6 card, as class 10 cards may have too slow access time. See here : forums DOT sandisk DOT com/t5/Mobile-memory-professional-cards/32GB-Class-10-Micro-SD-card-unexpectedly-removed-in-Android/td-p/292793/page/2

On my previous phone I had issues with a 32 GB class 10 SanDisk card. I then replaced it with a 16 GB class 6 Samsung card and it worked just fine.
 
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Thanks I'll try a class 6 card.

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I thought a class 10 was faster than a class 6.

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I thought a class 10 was faster than a class 6.

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If you refer to the link I gave, you can see that class 10 cards have faster read/write speeds BUT slower access times.
 
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I just bought one 32GB sandisk SD card class 10 for my s advance.

I hope it works "/
 
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I'm using this card I picked up from Amazon for $18-----Samsung Electronics 32GB EVO Micro SDHC with Adapter Upto 48MB/s Class 10 Memory Card (MB-MP32DA/AM)---It's been working great, I have had too many problems in the last couple years with Sandisk cards so I switched to Samsung and have yet to have a problem or seen a speed below what they claim.
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Sequential speed is indeed faster in class 10 but random read/write is slower by quite a bit.

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bought a different card. class 4. all the issue seem to have resolved. Thanks all for all the help and guidance.

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