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I live in Thailand.
Galaxy Note3 (SM-N900) was updated to Kitkat4.4.2 yesterday.
When updating, it became impossible to write in a micro SD card.
New holder addition, file copy & paste, delete, and an application backup etc. cannot be performed.
Both are not made although checked by ES file manager and the ASTRO file manager.

But the photo taken with the standard camera can be saved on SD card.
Was the permission method to SD card changed?
Doesn't someone know the solution?
 
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I live in Thailand.
Galaxy Note3 (SM-N900) was updated to Kitkat4.4.2 yesterday.
When updating, it became impossible to write in a micro SD card.
New holder addition, file copy & paste, delete, and an application backup etc. cannot be performed.
Both are not made although checked by ES file manager and the ASTRO file manager.

But the photo taken with the standard camera can be saved on SD card.
Was the permission method to SD card changed?
Doesn't someone know the solution?
There is quite a few threads about this as it has been discussed at length, most of which also provide a fix.
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I live in Thailand.
Galaxy Note3 (SM-N900) was updated to Kitkat4.4.2 yesterday.
When updating, it became impossible to write in a micro SD card.
New holder addition, file copy & paste, delete, and an application backup etc. cannot be performed.
Both are not made although checked by ES file manager and the ASTRO file manager.

But the photo taken with the standard camera can be saved on SD card.
Was the permission method to SD card changed?
Doesn't someone know the solution?
I also live in Thailand, use an N900 and updated with the Thai 4.4.2 and had this same problem. I followed the instructions on this page

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2617921

and it worked for me.

NOTE: your phone must be rooted!

Instructions here for rooting: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?

Hope it helps

chuvkt=2617932
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I live in Thailand.
Galaxy Note3 (SM-N900) was updated to Kitkat4.4.2 yesterday.
When updating, it became impossible to write in a micro SD card.
New holder addition, file copy & paste, delete, and an application backup etc. cannot be performed.
Both are not made although checked by ES file manager and the ASTRO file manager.

But the photo taken with the standard camera can be saved on SD card.
Was the permission method to SD card changed?
Doesn't someone know the solution?
hi ..
for solution read my post #8 link( i just answered this in another thread )
no root needed i am on kitkat v 4.4.2 ,stock rom
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=49859527
good luck
 
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I also live in Thailand, use an N900 and updated with the Thai 4.4.2 and had this same problem. I followed the instructions on this page

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2617921

and it worked for me.

NOTE: your phone must be rooted!

Instructions here for rooting: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?

Hope it helps

chuvkt=2617932


Thank you for your information.
I will refer to your advice and will try it.
 
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Thank you for your information.
I will refer to your advice and will try it.

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