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25th April 2017, 03:07 AM |#111  
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On my old galaxy tab 3 with a san disk 128gb, when I first turn on the unit, I get some gray icons for the first few seconds, then eventually they get back their color and full functionality. I have yet to pull the card and transfer to another phone, so I can't answer your other question.

And, may i ask, is it because you haven't found another device, or the courage to do so? Lol, in my case, it would be the courage
25th April 2017, 03:10 AM |#112  
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And, may i ask, is it because you haven't found another device, or the courage to do so? Lol, in my case, it would be the courage

I did this on my new LG G6 7.0 Nougat with a 256gb Samsung micro card and I have no gray icons at start up. I figure my card is better/faster and thus no gray.
25th April 2017, 04:48 AM |#113  
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I did this on my new LG G6 7.0 Nougat with a 256gb Samsung micro card and I have no gray icons at start up. I figure my card is better/faster and thus no gray.

Yeah, but it would be same scenario, two phones, two cards, and thus, neither one has been removed.
But you know what? The lack of ppl storming in here and crying "Apocalypse!!" encourages me so I'mma go for it!
Heck! Can't be worse than the two times in my whole flashing career I inadvertently wiped my internal or when I, knowing the risks fully well, decided to flash my bootloader partition with Flashfire while still unreleased to the public and thus nuked my beautiful baby (RIP), an S4 Best Buy Edition, may it forgive me wherever it may be
25th April 2017, 06:49 AM |#114  
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Yeah, but it would be same scenario, two phones, two cards, and thus, neither one has been removed.
But you know what? The lack of ppl storming in here and crying "Apocalypse!!" encourages me so I'mma go for it!
Heck! Can't be worse than the two times in my whole flashing career I inadvertently wiped my internal or when I, knowing the risks fully well, decided to flash my bootloader partition with Flashfire while still unreleased to the public and thus nuked my beautiful baby (RIP), an S4 Best Buy Edition, may it forgive me wherever it may be

After formatting into two partitions, after manipulating the firmware\bootloader, the maximum that you will lose, this is access to the encrypted partition.
Not encrypted will be visible on other devices and card reader.
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25th April 2017, 07:20 AM |#115  
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After formatting into two partitions, after manipulating the firmware\bootloader, the maximum that you will lose, this is access to the encrypted partition.
Not encrypted will be visible on other devices and card reader.

I'm sorry, the encrypted is what I'll lose? Meaning it will still exist, just open to anyone? Or it won't exist any longer, whether encrypted or unencrypted? I'm still transferring data out of my SD, in preparation for the hour, but most likely it'll be in the morning, since in my side of the pond is 20 after midnight right now
25th April 2017, 03:25 PM |#116  
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I'm sorry, the encrypted is what I'll lose? Meaning it will still exist, just open to anyone? Or it won't exist any longer, whether encrypted or unencrypted? I'm still transferring data out of my SD, in preparation for the hour, but most likely it'll be in the morning, since in my side of the pond is 20 after midnight right now

The memory you assign as internal can only be read by the device you did it on. You transfer that card to another device or computer, they will not be able to access that partition.
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25th April 2017, 05:06 PM |#117  
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The memory you assign as internal can only be read by the device you did it on. You transfer that card to another device or computer, they will not be able to access that partition.

Thank you, kindly.
On the button-pressing part, I'm out of thanks
29th April 2017, 10:03 PM |#118  
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...most likely it'll be in the morning, since in my side of the pond is 20 after midnight right now

And in the morning it was, wasn't it?
Lol!
I just took the leap this morning.
I never said WHAT MONTH OR YEAR said morning would be, did I?
Although i can't (or don't know how to) readily access my priorly-labeled "internal" thru my choice of file manager (albeit being able thru nougat's native one), I'm happy with and thus share my results!
(Notice the aptly named "nx", standing for "internal-external", and i have to admit, " xn" almost made it as the name, but at the last moment decided against it for the possibility of being mistaken for "ex-internal", which is not.)
~Really simple and blazing fast, too!~ Thanks again to the OP and those who helped with my inquiries.
* Done on a crDroid 7.1.2-running T-Mo S5's 32GB Sammy Card with a Windows 7 Home Edition Acer Notebook
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29th April 2017, 10:35 PM |#119  
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And in the morning it was, wasn't it?
Lol!
I just took the leap this morning.
I never said WHAT MONTH OR YEAR said morning would be, did I?
Although i can't (or don't know how to) readily access my priorly-labeled "internal" thru my choice of file manager (albeit being able thru nougat's native one), I'm happy with and thus share my results!
(Notice the aptly named "nx", standing for "internal-external", and i have to admit, " xn" almost made it as the name, but at the last moment decided against it for the possibility of being mistaken for "ex-internal", which is not.)
~Really simple and blazing fast, too!~ Thanks again to the OP and those who helped with my inquiries.
* Done on a crDroid 7.1.2-running T-Mo S5's 32GB Sammy Card with a Windows 7 Home Edition Acer Notebook

I use Solid Explorer app.
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30th April 2017, 03:19 AM |#120  
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Does this works on stock roms ?? like honor 4x che1-L04 snapdragon ???
30th April 2017, 04:37 AM |#121  
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Does this works on stock roms ?? like honor 4x che1-L04 snapdragon ???

I would say so, nothing in the process seems like it would prevent it. And if you back up data, you ain't got nothing to lose. Give it a try

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I use Solid Explorer app.

Thank you señor, I'll give that a try myself
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