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Question [Q] sdcard wont mount

Thought I would ask first... my SD card will not mount on my phone. Data seems to still be there but I have a notification saying "sdcard is blank or has unsupported filesystem." Tried to format but the card wont mount on the device. I've tried formatting in the android os and in recovery with errors. Does this mean the SD card is toast? Any help is appreciated. I'd hate to lose all of the data. Thanks.
 
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Thought I would ask first... my SD card will not mount on my phone. Data seems to still be there but I have a notification saying "sdcard is blank or has unsupported filesystem." Tried to format but the card wont mount on the device. I've tried formatting in the android os and in recovery with errors. Does this mean the SD card is toast? Any help is appreciated. I'd hate to lose all of the data. Thanks.
Have you tried connecting it to your computer with a card reader?
Device 1: HTC One (M8)/831C | Hardware Version: 0005

Baseband: 1.08.20.0612_4 | PRI: 2.62_003 | PRL: 56019
Recovery: TWRP 2.7.1.0

Device 2: HTC Jewel/PJ75100 (EVO 4G LTE) | Hardware Version: 0003

Baseband: 1.13.11.1105 | PRI: 3.02_003 | PRL: 56018
Recovery: TWRP 2.7.1.0b

Device 3: HTC Shooter/PG86100 (EVO 3D) | Hardware Version: 0002
Baseband: 1.09.00.0108 | PRI: 1.55_003 | PRL: 22100
Recovery: TWRP 2.7.1.0

Device 4: HTC Supersonic/PC36100 (EVO 4G) | Hardware Version: 0004
Baseband: 2.15.00.01.15 | PRI: 2.33_003 | PRL: 40460
Recovery: TWRP 2.7.1.0
 
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Have you tried connecting it to your computer with a card reader?
At work right now and our computers are on lockdown, no external devices can be read. If I can access what should I do? When I tried repartitioning in recovery it said it could not mount dev/block/mm? ?? Or something like that, basically gave me an error. Any advice? Im about to just buy a new card.
 
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At work right now and our computers are on lockdown, no external devices can be read. If I can access what should I do? When I tried repartitioning in recovery it said it could not mount dev/block/mm? ?? Or something like that, basically gave me an error. Any advice? Im about to just buy a new card.
You might just need to reformat the card. Sometimes the cards get corrupted. You might even still be able to access and backup the content on the card if a PC will read it. If you have WIndows 7, it might even offer to repair errors on the card. That could also get it working. I'd say reformatting it is a good idea either way.
Device 1: HTC One (M8)/831C | Hardware Version: 0005

Baseband: 1.08.20.0612_4 | PRI: 2.62_003 | PRL: 56019
Recovery: TWRP 2.7.1.0

Device 2: HTC Jewel/PJ75100 (EVO 4G LTE) | Hardware Version: 0003

Baseband: 1.13.11.1105 | PRI: 3.02_003 | PRL: 56018
Recovery: TWRP 2.7.1.0b

Device 3: HTC Shooter/PG86100 (EVO 3D) | Hardware Version: 0002
Baseband: 1.09.00.0108 | PRI: 1.55_003 | PRL: 22100
Recovery: TWRP 2.7.1.0

Device 4: HTC Supersonic/PC36100 (EVO 4G) | Hardware Version: 0004
Baseband: 2.15.00.01.15 | PRI: 2.33_003 | PRL: 40460
Recovery: TWRP 2.7.1.0
 
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i just had similar error... try removing and reinserting card. if that doesnt do it reboot into recovery and depending on the recovery you are using go in to mounts and try selecting "mount sd card" that last one fixed my issue.
 
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You might just need to reformat the card. Sometimes the cards get corrupted. You might even still be able to access and backup the content on the card if a PC will read it. If you have WIndows 7, it might even offer to repair errors on the card. That could also get it working. I'd say reformatting it is a good idea either way.




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i just had similar error... try removing and reinserting card. if that doesnt do it reboot into recovery and depending on the recovery you are using go in to mounts and try selecting "mount sd card" that last one fixed my issue.
I ended up just buying a replacement 8GB class 10 card (wanted a higher class card anyways, this gave me an excuse to buy one ). I was able to retrieve the contents of the SD card by mounting it in my computer (vista 32). I didn't try reloading it into my Evo cause now I don't have a need for it. Thanks for the responses though, glad that you guys are here and willing to help. :thumbup::thumbup:

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