I have the same. UHS-1 is better than regular C10. Thanks!
What happens when you need to change rom? Will the card be wiped or not recognized cause it was encrypted by a different rom?
Well guys I had a catastrophic software failure this weekend. I was watching a video on Facebook, and the phone spontaneously rebooted. As soon as it rebooted, and passed the lock screen it crashed again, and I found myself stuck in a loop.
I first tried clearing the cache, and Dalvik (don't know Dalvik is even relevant anymore), but this didn't help. I next did a full wipe, and this the phone booted to the setup screen, but as soon as I got to the screen where it says "checking for update" it crashed again, and upon reboot it immediately would crash, and I was back in the reboot cycle. I next tried starting completely over by restoring the v5 nandroid backup, and that got me back to the setup screen, but again as soon as it "checked for updates" it crashed, and I was again back in the reboot cycle. I tried a few other things including a couple different modems to rule that out, but was hitting a wall.
After giving up on getting the soak test working again I tried installing the factory 5.1.1 image, and the first file failed to flash. So now I'm starting to panic, and wondering if I have a hardware problem. In a last ditch attempt to get the phone working I put the unofficial CM13 on my sdcard, booted back in to recovery, and flashed it. The phone now is fully working again.
On my past phones I'd always found CM to be a bit buggy, and never as smooth as stock. So I really wanted to stay stock with my G3, but in light of what just happened I think I'm leaving this soak test behind for now, and will stay on CM13 for the time being. I may revisit stock Marshmallow once it goes stable, but the soak test has kind of scared me off at the moment, and I'm finding CM13 to be surprisingly stable for a pre-release version. I will continue to follow this thread though to see how things go here.
Thanks again for everyone's help, and guidance.
If you're using lost 101's guide to flashing factory images, it's a known issue you can't flash the first file he suggest. (Only if your phone has tasted ANY version of MM) Follow the rest and you will succeed.
I also had to do the same.
File name is : partition.gpt or something like so. Skip that step.
What are you using to mount it? I use Root Explorer and it does. On the other hand, ES Explorer (my favorite) won't. Are you giving your app root privileges when it asks? Also many apps have to have root switched on in their settings.
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You must not know what you're talking about. Even the OP says you have to wipe data after restoring from the backup.
There is a whole ton of misinformation in this thread. The OP should have ALL of the information and instructions we need to do this. It takes 5 to 10 minutes to write.