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Hi all,

I've had the lumia 820 for a couple of weeks, and it's awesome. I got my 32Gb SD card yesterday, so that I can actually put some music onto it. So, I put the card in, synced the phone using the desktop app - and it threw up a bunch of errors, that some songs couldnt be synced to the phone. Oh well.

But, when I go into the settings, and view the SD card from there - it says there's 34GB of music on the card, withh 12GB free :shiftyninja:

Anybody know what's wrong? I've formatted the card several times and retried but it's happened every time ^^post-276090-0-85609100-1357494252.png

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May be a fault with memory card or the OS is buggy.

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May be a fault with memory card or the OS is buggy.

Is there any way I can test the memory card?

Also - Ive just tried playing a song and the phone crashed on me. It played the song fine, but was non-responsive.

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Microsoft has very specific requirements for SD cards used in phones. Read more here http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2450831

I am using a Sandisk SDHC Extreme 16GB speed class 10, and haven't had any problems.

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Microsoft has very specific requirements for SD cards used in phones. Read more here http://support.micro....com/kb/2450831

I am using a Sandisk SDHC Extreme 16GB speed class 10, and haven't had any problems.

Like you, I am using a Sandisk Class 10 card. I just tried to sync on my laptop after formatting the card, and now it won't sync at all!

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Microsoft has very specific requirements for SD cards used in phones. Read more here http://support.micro....com/kb/2450831

FYI, those guidelines are for WP7's limited SD card support, not Windows Phone 8.

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FYI, those guidelines are for WP7's limited SD card support, not Windows Phone 8.

Yes, but that is about the same that my Lumia 820 manual says.

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