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[Q] Samsung SkyRocket S2 Error 'sd card is being used as a mass storage device'

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8th June 2014, 01:53 PM   |  #1  
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Hi

My Samsung Skyrocket AT & T mobile showing as 'sd card is being used as a mass storage device' and when i tried to mount SD it is no response.

I have music, photos and other files in Internal Memory Card and no longer able to access

Please help how to resolve issue
8th June 2014, 02:09 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by chmalli4ever

Hi

My Samsung Skyrocket AT & T mobile showing as 'sd card is being used as a mass storage device' and when i tried to mount SD it is no response.

I have music, photos and other files in Internal Memory Card and no longer able to access

Please help how to resolve issue

1st make sure that you have a working sd card,if u have rooted your device install titanium backup,it'll show your system rom,phone internal storage and sd card storage
if it dont show any phone internal storage i think it's a producton error from samsung
i dont know really,just give a try using titanium bakup
12th June 2014, 11:29 AM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by vinura kithmal

1st make sure that you have a working sd card,if u have rooted your device install titanium backup,it'll show your system rom,phone internal storage and sd card storage
if it dont show any phone internal storage i think it's a producton error from samsung
i dont know really,just give a try using titanium bakup


Actually the issue is with internal SD card which is not mounting..
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