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Ok so this what is happened when i switched SD-Card
I Replaced my MicroSD 8GB Class for with V-GEN 8GB
Then sometimes the SD card unmounts itself.. What the Problem of this one?

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Ok so this what is happened when i switched SD-Card
I Replaced my MicroSD 8GB Class for with V-GEN 8GB
Then sometimes the SD card unmounts itself.. What the Problem of this one?

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Hmmm. Did you copied all the contents from the previous micro sd card?
Try switching off your phone and then re-inserting the card and then switching it on again
Also, make sure that you've formatted properly your card.
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Hmmm. Did you copied all the contents from the previous micro sd card?
Try switching off your phone and then re-inserting the card and then switching it on again
Also, make sure that you've formatted properly your card.
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Its new sd card , i didn' format it.. I only remove it and reinsert it without turning off the phone

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Its new sd card , i didn' format it.. I only remove it and reinsert it without turning off the phone

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Did you used the option of "safely unmount sd card" on your android before removing the old sd card?
 
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Did you used the option of "safely unmount sd card" on your android before removing the old sd card?
Emm I factory reset it then change the sd card before it boots
Yes of course i always use that option
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Emm I factory reset it then change the sd card before it boots
Yes of course i always use that option
Do this (in the given order):-
1) Switch off your phone. Take out your sd card (I'm talking about the new one. Forget the old one) and connect it to pc.
2) Backup your contents to pc.
3) Format your sd card (do not used quick format).
4) (ignore if your not rooted) go to recovery. Wipe and re flash your ROM.
5) (ignore if your rooted) go to bootloader (switch off your phone. Press and hold the volume down button and press the power button) and select factory reset (use volume keys to select and power button to execute).
6) Restore the contents of your sd card from pc. Switch off your phone and insert your card.
7) Restart.

This will definitely fix your problem if it's a software problem. In case of a hardware one, you'll have to send it to service centre.

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Do this (in the given order):-
1) Switch off your phone. Take out your sd card (I'm talking about the new one. Forget the old one) and connect it to pc.
2) Backup your contents to pc.
3) Format your sd card (do not used quick format).
4) (ignore if your not rooted) go to recovery. Wipe and re flash your ROM.
5) (ignore if your rooted) go to bootloader (switch off your phone. Press and hold the volume down button and press the power button) and select factory reset (use volume keys to select and power button to execute).
6) Restore the contents of your sd card from pc. Switch off your phone and insert your card.
7) Restart.

This will definitely fix your problem if it's a software problem. In case of a hardware one, you'll have to send it to service centre.

Good luck:thumbup:
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