A few weeks back I was playing around with my Bold 9700, and I saw an error pop up telling me my media card needed to be repaired. I had never seen this before, and wasn't sure what to do. I don't have much stored on my memory card, so I figured it was worth a shot. I clicked Ok and a few seconds later I received a confirmation message that my media card was good to go. I was happily on my way with a working card and that was that. It did leave me wondering a few things however, such as how exactly did I "damage" my media card and what exactly goes on when it gets "repaired"? This seems to be another feature that many users don't even realize exists. Drop a comment and let us know what you think.
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