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LolaBelle
4 weeks ago

I have an SD card that stopped being recognized. I tried it on 2 different laptops to make sure it wasn’t a problem with the card reader...

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owen
7 weeks ago

I’m not too worried about the contents on my Android phone - I use a strong lock pattern, and have it setup so I can remotely wipe it using Google Android...

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pwarren
15 weeks ago

I realize that SD cards only have a finite number of read/write cycles, but is there any way to tell how much degradation has occurred? They have gotten so...

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