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Since 4.4 the "WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE" permission no longer grants WRITE access to the secondary(external) sdcard. (This is a simplified explanation, 4.4 did not force this change.) The necessary permission to do so ("WRITE_MEDIA_STORAGE") is only avialable to system apps. Since 5.0 it is possible to gain write access through Androids storage provider ...


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Well, inorder to access the SD card content over the device you are going to need a file manager app to do that, if you head over to the Google PlayStore then you can find a number of file explorer available that you can use. Just in case if you want you can try installing ES File Explorer over your device. Once done open the ES File Explorer to look out for ...


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It doesn't have an SD card. Nor does it have a file explorer. Download and install ES file manager from the play store to fix.


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Yes, Rob is right. Android is very well designed. You have a SD card that is the memory of your device. If you'd have a SD Slot then you'd have 2 SD Cards. Why this happens? Because it's assumed that Android needs a place where to save pictures, savegames, etc and it has a special partition for each: SD (yes, it's emulated), applications, system files, etc. ...


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The problem was ultimately fixed by ignoring the whole /sdcard/DCIM/.thumbnails directory in the synchronization. Deleting the sparse thumbnails was useless as they will grow again but are basically waste. Another interesting point should be telling FolderSync not to sync hidden directories (all caches are hidden) but that will not save directories such as ...


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If there were problems with the file system (which your error message suggests), broken files may have been "re-allocated". For such things, *nix systems have a special directory on each file system, usually called LOST+FOUND or, on FAT file systems, LOST.DIR. Whenever things could not be "assigned to a file", they are placed there with some "cryptic" names. ...


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Your Galaxy S5 Active should be able to create a Wi-Fi network, and share its own cellular data. This is usually referred to as "tethering", or "mobile hotspot". The settings are different for various Android devices, and sometimes are a paid feature (or may be missing completely) depending on the carrier. Generally, on Samsung devices like your S5 Active ...



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