1) I have went through this and crackberry forums searching for help and it seems there is no thread describing my SD-card issue.
I have recently bought 32GB SD card(Kingston) because I was running out of free space.
When you insert first time SD card into your PRIV you have to format the card to make use of it. After formatting & all PRIV adjustments I started migrating bigger apps to the card just to free some space from the internal storage. All was good until my Wi-Fi couldn't connect* so I have decided to restart the phone.
After restart I have noticed that all apps that are on the SD card are grey/white icon colour in the main screen, like they were still "loading". The problem is that they never load, or only some of them is loading correctly when 90% of SD card apps simply disappear from the main screen(even the whole homescreen-folders made out of them are gone). All apps are still on the phone but I have to drag them out again and make folders on the main screen, after each phone restart.
From the research I have made it seems this is not a common issue but people have all kind of problems on PRIV when using SD cards.
Anybody had similar issue? Is there a way to fix it or should I be annoyed after each phone restart?
2) Wi-Fi issues*.
From time to time my PRIV can't connect to the Wi-Fi, kinda. The issue is occurring randomly, when I try to connect to the saved/known Wi-Fi, phone Wi-Fi goes through 3 stages(looped) that are shown below the Wi-Fi name that I am trying to connect to:
1- Connecting (to previously saved/known Wi-Fi).
2- Saved (from "connecting" Wi-Fi status it changes to "saved" and stays like that for about 15-30sec until phone try to connect again or until I click manually on the Wi-Fi and press "connect").
3- Then Wi-Fi slider - the one you touch to turn ON/OFF Wi-Fi - goes by itself OFF then back ON again making a loop going back to point 1-
I can't connect to the Wi-Fi until I restart the phone again, usually more than one time before it works.
I had the same issue on my work Wi-Fi, home Wi-Fi and at friends house so it must be phone issue. I have tried to change Wi-Fi band from both 5GHz & 2.4GHz to only 2.4GHz without any improvement, issue still occurs. Crackberry people have described this issue but no solution for it, so this one is more common than my 1st issue described at the top.