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[Q] Ext SD Card Issues

OP Blueoval24

11th April 2014, 04:05 AM   |  #11  
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Use above instructions to remove all partitions from sd card. Insert into phone it will prompt you about it being damaged and ask if you want to format it. Answer yes.
If you still continue to have issues, it is most likely a hardware issue.

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11th April 2014, 05:34 PM   |  #12  
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Originally Posted by c5satellite2

http://www.ducky-pond.com/posts/2013...ve-on-windows/

Use above instructions to remove all partitions from sd card. Insert into phone it will prompt you about it being damaged and ask if you want to format it. Answer yes.
If you still continue to have issues, it is most likely a hardware issue.

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Thank you guys for the help!

I tried using the above fix (disk part) but it didnt even recognize the device. L0ng story short. I was able to use BOOTICE to reformat my KINGSTON Sd card to 60 GB but my samsung only reads 30 (even though it is advertised as 64) I read that when you reformat some Samsung cards, there is a protected area that most generic formatting utilities can overwrite and render the card to half capacity. Not sure if that's the case but oh well. Got it the other card to work. Thanks so much guys! Now if I can figure out why the phone isn't turning on now.....
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