I have a 64gb sandisk sd card and a M919V Galaxy S4
So here's how the problem occurred. I was on a i9505 TW rom, then I wanted to try out a rom from the T-Mobile section. So I downloaded the t-mobile philz recovery but I got a status 7 error. I then downloaded the md5 version and flashed it with odin. Then I started to download and flash the Beanstalk rom. That's when I started getting the problem. It seems like I can delete files without a "write protected" message when I use the sd card adapter but after removing and reinserting the sd card, the files come back. But when I have my sd card inserted in my phone and I try to delete or add files to the sd card, the "write protected" message shows up. Is there any way to remove write protection without formatting or erasing data?
Last edited by kevin95; 10th February 2014 at 04:14 AM.