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By daxperienced1, Junior Member on 8th November 2014, 03:29 PM
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My phone's internal storage was filling up, so i decided to clear the trash. i connected it to PC, and started deleting folders created by apps i had uninstalled long ago.
My internal sd is labelled as Sd card and External is labelled as SD card1.

one of the folders went like legacy/???/sd card1

it was an empty folder so i deleted it.
then afterward, my sd card went blank. completely. i realised i must have deleted a path to my external SD. i can't restore because it doesn't go to recycle bin, and i forgot the exact address. now sd card shows empty.

can someone please tell me exact path to my sd card.
please check in your own xperia z2's, as it maybe same.
 
 
8th November 2014, 08:08 PM |#2  
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My phone's internal storage was filling up, so i decided to clear the trash. i connected it to PC, and started deleting folders created by apps i had uninstalled long ago.
My internal sd is labelled as Sd card and External is labelled as SD card1.

one of the folders went like legacy/???/sd card1

it was an empty folder so i deleted it.
then afterward, my sd card went blank. completely. i realised i must have deleted a path to my external SD. i can't restore because it doesn't go to recycle bin, and i forgot the exact address. now sd card shows empty.

can someone please tell me exact path to my sd card.
please check in your own xperia z2's, as it maybe same.

have you tried repair via Sony PC companion
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have you tried repair via Sony PC companion

PC companion does not detect any problems.
9th November 2014, 03:32 PM |#4  
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PC companion does not detect any problems.

Use flashtool to flash a FTF, it will completly restore the entire device to a almost factory state
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