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Hi guys, I can safely unmount the sd card from my z1 fine. But when I put the sd card back in, the phone does not read it. I have to restart the phone in order to use the sd card again. Any ideas???
 
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The Phone has to be turned off when you insert/take out the SD card otherwise you can mess something up

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The Phone has to be turned off in when you insert/take out the SD card otherwise you can mess something up
I agree with you on this one, this is the safest way but the feature of the card and phone is Plug&Play so it should work too even powered on.

Try this way, reboot the phone with the card insert into it, then click "Unmount SD card", wait until message will appear "now you can remove the card" then a message will be on the phone saying, Card Removed, close all the notifications and go back to menu, wait a minute, insert the card again. Do you read the card?
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Thank you for the replies I will try again tomorrow as i dont have the phone in front of me at the moment and i will let you know
 
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ok guys it must have been a freak of the moment because now it works fine! thank you for the help!
 
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I have the same issue with 64GB SDXC and my Z1s. Other cards 32GB or less work fine without reboot.

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I have the same issue with 64GB SDXC and my Z1s. Other cards 32GB or less work fine without reboot.
I got 64GB SDXC and I don't have this problems. You just have to follow the steps, close notifications and wait between one process and another to let the phone to read the card.
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