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Why would an SD card remount?

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Why would an SD card remount?

Postby 111863162996569515886 » Thu Mar 31, 2011 2:41 pm

Hey all.

The Developer Guide lists various app features which it strongly suggests shouldn't go on external storage, because bad things will happen when the storage is remounted. One thing it doesn't say, and which I can't find a satisfactory answer for anywhere, is the circumstances under which the SD card would remount.

Aside from manually unmounting the card through settings, or the unexpected physical removal of the card, when is this actually likely to happen?

Thanks
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