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    my husband sent me a video via text (he has an iphone 4s) and the quality was very bad... sound was fine and all but the quality was horrible, is this just a normal thing? Also anyone know how to save videos? I can see where I can forward a video but not save it. Thanks!
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    I also texted him video and the same thing happened, iphone to windows phone thing?
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    I don't think we can save videos from sms/mms in windows phone. Sucks
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    wow what a minor thing for them to overlook...i could save videos on my lg 8300 from like 4 years ago....
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    The choppy video happens because of the SD card. You need a class 10 card. Note that the SanDisk 64Gb card has issues with working correctly on the 822. I have heard people having luck with the 32Gb Kingstons.
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    The sandisk 32GB class 10 has the same choppiness problem, I have two on two 822s and both have the same problem. From what I've read so far, it's a problem with class 10 cards in the Nokias, class 4s supposedly work fine.

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    I don't know that I'd blame the SanDisk card... Sounds more widespread than that. I've got the SanDisk 64GB Class 10 myself, though, and I do have the same issue. What I do to get around it when I'm going to shoot video, which is rare, is go into settings and set it to save to the phone, then switch back to saving to the card afterward. I did see in a thread somewhere where someone did that, but it still saved to the card, but in my case, it did save to the phone. One thing that was suggested in the prior person's thread was to try a reset with the card in the phone, to see if it would then switch back and forth successfully, and my phone has already been reset with card in phone, so I don't know if that's what it is or not, but in my case it worked.
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    I don't have a sd card. It was just a video I received via text. It was a 3pg video, any way to change that or does anyone recommend a good video player app that might help the quality?

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