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No, there isn't a stock file manager. Viewing the SD card's directory layout is a very desktop-PC, old-fashioned way to do things, and most phone users don't have a need for it, so there isn't a default file manager in vanilla Android. Media files on the SD card are automatically scanned by the OS so they can be found by the apps that support them, so just ...


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Try this formatter https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/formatter_4/ The standard formatter integrated in windows isn't that great. Give it a shot. You can also try to set your phone back to factory settings after you did the format.


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You can root your mobile and can use some partition tool or go through this link http://www.android.gs/increase-galaxy-ace-internal-memory/.


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You probably can't copy and paste the files, because the blank SD card doesn't have the same partition structure and filesystem flags. What you can do, though, is clone the original SD card onto the blank one. Note: the new SD card must be the same size (or larger) for this to work. These instructions will make an exact copy, including partition ...


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I can't say why you might have trouble duplicating an SD card, but there are a few things I can say, based on both reading and actual experience, that might be helpful: If you're talking about the original Nook Color, at least (I'm not sure whether or not there are later models still called "Nook Color" that work differently), rooting has nothing to do ...


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Use ES File Explorer https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.estrongs.android.pop&hl=en free. How To Use Go into your PC and set up a share folder. Use this as reference http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/windows-and-office/how-do-i-share-folders-in-windows-7-with-the-shared-folder-wizard/ Either place your file to transfer in the shared ...


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Take a look at Android External Storage Technical Information for an explanation and configuration examples: http://source.android.com/devices/tech/storage/index.html


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a) Yes, you can use your external as an internal storage. (Requires Root access. Using link2sd. I don't know any other app) b) Yes, it is possible to unroot your device. (http://www.wikihow.com/Unroot-Android) C) I haven't tried that. But, yes you can do it. I think that you want to avoid using link2sd app because of the risk.So I suggest you move your ...



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