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Some times this is the only solution, change SD Card, i tried with another different and it works perfectly.


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Seems like your LG phone refuses the filesystem your SDCard is currently formatted in. Backup ALL of your files, make sure, and then proceed into the 'Settings' app. Scroll down all the way to the bottom and there will be a 'Storage' option. You will be able to format the SDCard over there. I WARN YOU, HOWEVER, DO NOT BE CONFUSED WITH INTERNAL STORAGE! ...


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Take out your SD card, then put it into your computer. In Windows, go in and check for errors. Then format the SD card, but make sure that you back up any information on the card that you do not want to lose


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You can not save everything to the SD card however if you go to Settings -> apps and choose any app you can see if it has an option to move to the SD card. You can also install a file manager such as ES File Explorer and move individual files. However, be careful not to move files that were created by apps as they wouldn't know where to find the moved files. ...


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When the apps are developed there is an option whether to allow it to move it to external memory or not. However for most apps you will be able to move them partially (only data in most cases). Even the apps on Play store that help you move apps to SD card won't be of much use if the apps aren't allowed to be moved. If you want to move everything to SD ...


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Short version: Easy thing: simply reboot. TL;DR: Gallery and many other media apps use a central database to see what images are available. So when you move the files, this database needs to be updated to reflect the changes – which is the responsibility of the media-scanner. Apps specifically designed to deal with media files usually trigger that scanner ...


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I understand that read/write speeds are dependent on what the phone is, and what the SD card is, but since both are flash memory, I thought the read/write times would pretty much be around the same. That is a wrong assumption. While they're all flash technology, there's a very wide certain in the speed of the storage. A Class 2 SD Card has a minimum ...


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I formatted a 1GB micro SD card in my SGS 3 (Android 4.3) then checked it in Windows 8.1 on a PC. The Properties dialog says it is FAT. (also the PC can read the content without any problems) I also formatted it to exFAT on the PC and put it in the phone. It could read and write to it. On the other hand, a NTFS card was reported as unsupported. More info: ...


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Use 'SuperBackup' App from Playstore and move your apps, contacts, SMS and then move that backup files to external sdcard.


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Some apps have the ability to store data onto an external SD card. Just make sure the SD card is formatted first, then check the settings "within" the app itself to see if there's an option to save or move data to the ext SD card. If I had to guess, I would say Spotify is eating up a lot of your storage memory. I would start there first and clear out the ...


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NO,It will not harm your phone Since, operating speed of SD is less than SDHC.Data transfer will occur at same rate which is supported by your mobile phone. So it will not harm your phone.


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I use SMS Backup & Restore, it works great! And it has a cloud plugin for saving messages to Google Drive and Dropbox. Once installed, go to the app settings, and choose your SD card as backup folder.


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After a lot of research and browsing the XDA-Developers Forum, it appears that the problem lies within the stock kernel I'm using, so I flashed this custom kernel instead http://forum.xda-developers.com/xperia-z2/development/kernel-andropluskernel-v10-t2974841 which appears to solve the issue. I rebooted my phone a few times, and my SD card is being mounted ...


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The solution was to send a support request to SanDisk, who told me to break the chip in half and then send it back to them since it is still under warranty. http://kb.sandisk.com/app/ask/p/557,785,786,2158


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Officially, 128GB Card is supported for the Samsung Galaxy S5 and onwards devices in Samsung releases. But technically, SanDisk’s 128GB card should work in any device that supports the MicroSDXC standard (buy/use at own risk). Check out list of supported devices. You can also verify your device at official SanDisk website here. What if it shows an error ? ...



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