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Hi all,

Apologies if this is an old issue, but I can't seem to find it posted anywhere else. If I'm providing irrelevant information or not enough info, please let me know.

I rooted my phone an hour or so ago as I wanted to be able to raise the volume on movies so that I could actually hear the audio through headphones.

Since I rooted my phone the device won't mount my SD card. As soon as I boot the device it shows a system notification "You can safely remove SD card".
When I go into Settings>More>Storage the bottom option is for "Mount SD card". However when I press this it says "Preparing SD card" and then roughly 10 seconds later says "SD card safe to remove".

I have been using the Sandisk 64GB XC I SD card with the phone since I bought it.

I rooted my i9195 using Odin 3 and using the files below:

GT-I9195_MF5_870901_kernel.tar.md5
recovery-clockwork-6.0.3.3-serranoltexx.tar.md5

The phone seems to have rooted correctly. Rootchecker advises that the phone is properly rooted.
Everything on the phone seems to be working correctly with the exception of apps loaded on the SD card.

The SD card works fine in my girlfriend's phone and all the data is there. The SD card worked minutes prior to rooting the phone. My phone also reads my girlfriend's 32GB SD card fine.

I was tempted to unroot the phone in the hope this would restore the functionality, but I have no idea which version of the firmware to unroot back to.

After all this, my question is:

Is there a way to fix this issue?
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