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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 ...
As Matthew Read has explained, with a normal SD card using the FAT file system, it's not possible to use the file permissions to control apps' access, the same way that Android controls their access to files on the internal filesystem. But now that Android phones use internal storage instead of SD cards, and they use MTP to offer access over USB instead of ...
An incomplete song play is mostly due to the corrupt file which you have downloaded. Although it may show around 7Mb for a file but if the file is corrupt then it won't play any part of it or in some cases just plays the start and skips to the next. What exactly a corrupt file is A corrupt mp3 file means that some audio bits and tunes are missing or ...
It is as simple as running adb install -s someapp.apk. However, the app should be ready to run from external storage. adb resides in the path to ADT/sdk/platform-tools directory. Related question: Move to SD Card doesn't move everything
I had this problem. The song worked fine in iTunes, but not in Google Music. The song has an audio glitch in it from recording it from a burned CD, and that is around the spot where the song skips. It's not the MP3 or the song; it's something about Google Music doesn't like the song. My work around: I made an AAC version in iTunes, uploaded that, and it ...
RAM - Random Accessed Memory - When running an application on your phone, the application is loaded from your device memory into the RAM, just like on a computer, the main purpose for this is access speed is far greater in RAM. You can clear the apps that is in the RAM on your phone depending on your smartphone (Samsung for example hold home button down and ...
well i know this is a year late but i was having the same problems on my phone (huawei y300-01) all my apps would b moved around, and pages were sometimes created. i saw that whenever i connected the phone the various USB options would pop up (MTP, PTP and installer). i used to choose PTP as it was the only way to access the SDcard. I decided to try ...
On a Nexus 10 (with cyanogenmod default broswer) it opens at: "file://mnt/storage/sdcard/..."
How to find out what's going on As this problem can have many causes, it's important to first figure out the real culprit. Without knowing that, attempted solutions are nothing but guesswork, and the process nothing but try-and-err. So here are a few steps: Is it a hardware error on the card? Put the card in a different device. It the same problems occur ...
Try your SDcard with other mobile or a card reader. Make sure its properly working.
Can you access recovery at all? If so, put this file on your SD card, and install it using stock recovery.
Thanks for answers! It turned out to be a hardware issue. I returned the phone and they repaired it, after which other formatting fixes mentioned above worked (I can't remember which one at the moment).
The S3 Mini only supports up to 32GB MicroSD cards. Link And for reference, no, Windows does not support FAT32 formatting above 32GB.
Easy solution for anybody with a card-reader in their pc. (Relaid from: forum.xda-developers.com/) Place the card in your PC's card reader and determine the drive designation (i.e., G:\, H:\, etc.) Download the fat32format utility in GUI version from here: http://www.ridgecrop.demon.co.uk/guiformat.exe. Click on the picture to retrieve the file. Launch the ...
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