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[Q] Problem with File transfers to SD Card

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10th March 2014, 01:23 PM   |  #21  
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Is not working for me. Lost ability to see my sd card and all apps where failing. ALOT!! Not exactly sure what the issue was. I had to reflash using odin twice to fix the issue. Also before reflashing it seems I lost the ability to write to either sd card. Internal or external.

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Got it to work o the second try. Make sure the format is exactly the same when you add the new line or things go crazy
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Hi, glad to hear you were able to get it fixed. I saw your post in the other forum about the 5 GHz band missing in the UK. If you need any help with anything just give me a holler.


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13th March 2014, 02:11 AM   |  #22  
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Hi, glad to hear you were able to get it fixed. I saw your post in the other forum about the 5 GHz band missing in the UK. If you need any help with anything just give me a holler.


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13th March 2014, 05:38 AM   |  #23  
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[QUOTE=Android.Ninja;50728888]I have tested and can confirm following these directions to the letter on a rooted device, does solve the problem on the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 - SM-P900. I'm now able to write & save to my Sandisk 64gb HS SD card without any problems at all!

I can write to the card now too (same card) but only by manually copying files over. I guess I was expecting to be able to relocate apps to the new card via the regular system menu but so far it seems that just does the same fake 'move to SD' as before.
I've used foldermount in the past with some success, but when I went to try it tonight I got an error message on start I'm not so sure about. My main goal will be to relocate apps to the external card (and comics).
21st March 2014, 02:36 AM   |  #24  
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I have tested and can confirm following these directions to the letter on a rooted device, does solve the problem on the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 - SM-P900. I'm now able to write & save to my Sandisk 64gb HS SD card without any problems at all!

I can write to the card now too (same card) but only by manually copying files over. I guess I was expecting to be able to relocate apps to the new card via the regular system menu but so far it seems that just does the same fake 'move to SD' as before.
I've used foldermount in the past with some success, but when I went to try it tonight I got an error message on start I'm not so sure about. My main goal will be to relocate apps to the external card (and comics).

Too sad! An external drive that's pretty much useless. Are they scared people might actually use it?
21st March 2014, 01:19 PM   |  #25  
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The thing that annoys me is Google said the locked down the external SD card for security.

What is more secure hardware that you own, or the cloud that is out of your control?
21st March 2014, 08:12 PM   |  #26  
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The thing that annoys me is Google said the locked down the external SD card for security.

What is more secure hardware that you own, or the cloud that is out of your control?

It isn't to protect you. It's to protect their media partners
24th March 2014, 07:48 AM   |  #27  
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It isn't to protect you. It's to protect their media partners

True, so true.

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