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Default [Q] XM C2005 can not read SDcard why?

I've tried most of the explanations that talk about(App2SD) any of them did not succeed
Is there a problem with the device????????
but i can move photo , videos , music .....
the device is rooted and I am Confirmed with root checker pro
there is a solution Across bootloader
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How many gigs are on the sd card?

A possible answer is that the xperia m dual will accept an sd card only as big as 32gigs. If u have a 64 gb sd card, it will not work with your device

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64GB or higher SD cards may work in Xperia M if you format them in FAT32 using a computer before using in the phone
Sony Xperia M dual [C2004]
ROM: 15.5.A.0.18 (stock)
Android version: 4.3 (rooted)
Bootloader: locked (unlockable)
 
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That is still a possibility but it only might work, not guaranteed

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Are you talking about moving apps to SD card?
Simply you can't - Xperia M is designed this way
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But you can partition your SD card and use link2sd crad.
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Probably one of the worst decisions ive made was to buy this phone, fml



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That is still a possibility but it only might work, not guaranteed
I successfully mounted and used an 250GB external HDD through OTG when I formatted it as FAT32, so, it should work with SD Cards too. Higher capacity SD Cards doesn't work out of the box in many phones because they come preformatted with proprietary file systems (exFAT/NTFS). From my tests, Xperia M can successfully mount volumes formatted in ext2/3/4 and FAT12/16/32 and the maximum size is limited only to the FS limit...
Sony Xperia M dual [C2004]
ROM: 15.5.A.0.18 (stock)
Android version: 4.3 (rooted)
Bootloader: locked (unlockable)

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