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Samsung phone and micro SD Card

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I have a Samsung Galaxy S3 and I use a micro SD Card to store all my music and photos. Recently when listening to music on my phone most of the tracks started jumping, as if pressing the pause button for a nano second every so often. I decided that replacing the micro SD card would be a sensible course of action, as it had been used in a few phones. I bought a reputable make, SanDisk, copied my files across and then started using it in my phone. The problem has returned. Has anyone else experienced this, have I just been unlucky and bought a dud replacement SD Card or is the phone (which is about 6 months old) goosed .geek
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Hi
Daughter has the same type of phone and the same problem, it is according to her a software problem and only happens when the screen is off, it can be solved but it is something to do with reloading all the software etc.
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Thanks for the reply. I'm reluctant to set my phone back to factory settings, I'll persevere and see if Samsung get their digit out their backside and provide an update that fixes it.
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try the sd card in a pc or something and see if they play ok, you'll know if the problem is the phone or the card then.
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