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Sorry if this has been asked and answered already but I didn't find anything doing a search.

Is there any copy protection on the X10a MicroSD card or can I just copy the contents to a new 32G card and off I go?

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Sorry if this has been asked and answered already but I didn't find anything doing a search.

Is there any copy protection on the X10a MicroSD card or can I just copy the contents to a new 32G card and off I go?

Thanks, I
There's no copy protection. You just copy the software across and you'll be good to go.
 
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Sorry if this has been asked and answered already but I didn't find anything doing a search.

Is there any copy protection on the X10a MicroSD card or can I just copy the contents to a new 32G card and off I go?

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All you needed to do was to try it! Anyways, go ahead... there is no copy protection. Just take a dump of the old SD card on your PC and copy it back on to the new SD card.
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Thanks for the quick response guys.

j4mm3r: Yup, could have tried it but the thought just came to me and I don't have an 32G with me at the moment ... I did have a keyboard though

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