1. tw1g_007's Avatar
    Not sure why but I'm kind of still iffy about it even though my card is fast enough. Thoughts? What if my sd card died for whatever reason. What happens then?

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    04-27-16 01:54 AM
  2. Uzi's Avatar
    04-27-16 02:00 AM
  3. tw1g_007's Avatar
    Thanks man.

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    04-27-16 02:26 AM
  4. silverbullet's Avatar
    After that read, the answer for me is no.
    04-27-16 03:44 AM
  5. bs03's Avatar
    I have had a microSD go bad. One phone would lose communication with its SD. Also a weird problem with updates not going correctly when I had an SD card. Everytime I have had to wipe and start over it was because of SDcards.

    Now I use SD for music, media, documents, extra backup copies, and data that isn't part of an app. The Priv has enough memory to hold a lot of apps.
    04-27-16 10:01 AM
  6. TheBirdDog's Avatar
    Thoughts:

    The Priv's built in memory should be more than sufficient for apps and system data. The only way that you would run out of internal memory (in my imagination, anyway) would be if you are using your internal memory to store things like music and photos. Actually, this is what hapeppned with my wife's old phone. I transferred all of her files to a new SD card (I think she was using something ridiculously puny like 2 or 4 gigs) and she was good to go again.

    In my personal usage and the way I store data, I almost always have more files than system data. Therefore having all my files on an SD card and leaving the internal memory as free as possible makes the most sense to me.

    The fact that your phone's performance will be affected if you use it any other way should be enough to help you decide.
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    04-27-16 10:20 AM
  7. ToniCipriani's Avatar
    Not in a rush, not even close to the 32GB capacity. And definitely not with my slowpoke ADATA card I have right now.
    04-27-16 11:37 AM

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