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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Sd Card problem

I have a Samsung Galaxy Note 2, I have a 64gb SD card and have used about 34gb of this. Recently I noticed that some of the apps on my phone have turned black and also when I take a photo, it doesn't save. I have tried many things and don't know what to do about this, has anyone else every had this problem?

Many thanks

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I have had the phone for about 18 months and bought the SD Card at the same time and never had any issues. Some apps I had downloaded a while ago have turned like a grey image which I cannot open and has SD stamped on them. Why would this happen?

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- Maybe the card is getting defective.
- Maybe the phone is getting defective.
- Maybe you never in that 18 months already had 34 GB on it.
- Maybe it's a counterfeit card that only pretends it's 64 GB, but in reality is only 32 GB. For USB-sticks, it's a well-known scam, so why not for SD cards.

You only know when you investigate. And that's what I suggested.

Kees

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Thanks for your help

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