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Try to format the card in a device other than a computer or Android device. As example a camera that supports the card. This must solve partition / space allocation problems.
The Android N Developer Preview images are designed specifically for devices listed on the download page. Currently Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 6, Nexus 9/9G, Nexus Player, Pixel C, General Mobile 4G, and Sony Xperia Z3 are the only devices that have official N Preview builds. You cannot flash these images onto other phones. At best your phone simply won't ...
The internal SD-card of the device is probably partitioned. Check out this screen in the app you mention in OP: Since my SD-card is not partitioned, I only see one partition. In your case, you should see more than one. The combined sum of all the partitions should equal the total size of the SD-card. You could root the device and attempt to change the ...
I dont use Sony Xperia M2 but I had similar problem with Link2SD after upgrade to Android version 6.0.1 on my Samsung NOTE4 N910C. The reason is - from my point of view - fact, that Link2sd is not longer supported especially for new versions of Android. I used Apps2SD: All in One Tool[ROOT] (cost aprox 3,5 USD in my Country). Link -> Look here Sorry it is ...
You can partition through recovery (CWM) when u go to advanced options in cwm recovery the option is present over there.
Are you rooted? There is no way to edit partitioning directly from the device without root, once you have root privileges, there are several apps which allow for the card to partitioned, such as AParted or Parted4Android. If you have custom recovery, such as TWRP or CWM, some of those builds have SD card partitioning built in. Remember that Android will ...
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