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Reboot messing up SD card, any thoughts?

26th May 2014, 06:06 AM |#11  
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Did you reboot in safe mode without the card in the phone, turn off media scanning and then turn the phone off, put the card in and reboot? Worked for me...

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I have not tried that. How do I boot into safe mode?
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Not sure, just google it. Look at my other post thread for a deeper description of resolution to the issue: "Solved - Bootloop caused by memory card"

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