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I bought a 64 gig Samsung class 10 when I got my s5 and all was good for a month, but then my pictures started getting corrupted and my songs stopped playing. Same issue with my g3, so today I decided to do the long format using the hp format tool. 2 hours later it finished and now my as card won't even register in my phone. I formatted to fat32.

Just hoping it's not garbage. Any help with a possible fix or way of checking if it's toast?

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I bought a 64 gig Samsung class 10 when I got my s5 and all was good for a month, but then my pictures started getting corrupted and my songs stopped playing. Same issue with my g3, so today I decided to do the long format using the hp format tool. 2 hours later it finished and now my as card won't even register in my phone. I formatted to fat32.

Just hoping it's not garbage. Any help with a possible fix or way of checking if it's toast?

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use mini partition tool to recover and repair SD data on desktop
happy to help you .
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I already lost all data from the card, from the format. Will the tool fix a possible issue with the card as well?

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I already lost all data from the card, from the format. Will the tool fix a possible issue with the card as well?

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I am sure about data recovery
but repair works too give it a try buddy.
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Thanks for the help.

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I have a 64gig micro sd card and mine does the same thing. It also did the same thing in my Note 2...
 
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try to test cards with h2testw software, there are a lot of fake cards around!
Samsung Galaxy S4 I9505 - gng8 + root + xposed
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I thought it was too cheap to be legit but I figured I give it a try. My fault for being cheap. Any recommendations for a good 32-64 gig card.

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I thought it was too cheap to be legit but I figured I give it a try. My fault for being cheap. Any recommendations for a good 32-64 gig card.

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Actually Samsung makes some of the better cards. I would also recommend Kingston and Corsair for a SDCard because they make the best computer memory.

One company I would avoid is Patriot. Their stuff is slow and buggy with craptacular tech support.
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What's a good company to buy from so I don't get another fake?

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