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Default [Q] Ok, Sd problem after rooting..

I rooted my r800x using superoneclick 2.3.3, and everyting went fine, but.. after a phew minuted i noticed my sd card didnt want to mount on the phone u click "Mount Sd" and it goes on for like 1 or 2 seconds , tells me the right space and all but then unmount, im pretty scared at this point right now, and i dont want to loose my phone, already unrooted and rooted and still dont wanna work, i saw a post about using unlocked bootload and trying some commands but i cant unlock my r800x bootloader, so, any help here? D:
 
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sounds silly, but have you tried rebooting your phone?
 
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4 times, already reset settings and also tried factory resset, already rooted and unrooted 2 times and when i put my sd in the phone it dosnt mount, and when i pick "Mount Sd" it just mount for 1 sec then stop. im soo desesperated right now.
 
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I rooted my r800x using superoneclick 2.3.3, and everyting went fine, but.. after a phew minuted i noticed my sd card didnt want to mount on the phone u click "Mount Sd" and it goes on for like 1 or 2 seconds , tells me the right space and all but then unmount, im pretty scared at this point right now, and i dont want to loose my phone, already unrooted and rooted and still dont wanna work, i saw a post about using unlocked bootload and trying some commands but i cant unlock my r800x bootloader, so, any help here? D:
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Thank you so much for the fix, by the way, why does this happens? does it have a sensor? or something?
 
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Thank you so much for the fix, by the way, why does this happens? does it have a sensor? or something?
If you look at the little white switch beside the sd card, that's a pressure-sensitive sensor. If nothing is pressing it, the phone unmounts the sd card to protect it from being damaged by a battery pull.
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If you look at the little white switch beside the sd card, that's a pressure-sensitive sensor. If nothing is pressing it, the phone unmounts the sd card to protect it from being damaged by a battery pull.
Thank you for the explanation.

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