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Your problem suggests the issue is of data loss. Please consider editing the thread with a more relevant title. About your issue, try Testdisk [Windows/Linux] as it widely known for its deep search capabilities. On a side note, consider buying a new SD-Card. Recurring Damage will only lead to more data loss in future. You can consider reading this link to ...


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I was setting up my phone while I was in hurry, so if some steps are in-accurate or missing, I am sorry :/ - Root your phone using the following link and steps : How do I root my Android device? - After you are done, you'll have a special permission to edit your android settings as super-user, so then download Folder Mount from Google Play - After ...


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There are a number of memory areas and Android tries to download the new apps in a particular one. One good option is to clean out the logs: press phone and select keypad, punch *#9900#. A new menu appears. press the second one down "Delete dumpstate/logcat". And you are good to go download a few more apps.


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Your SD card probably suffered Heat death: try in computer (with adapter) If you get nothing; it requires an expert to [Maybe] get data off of it. I have had SD cards die suddenly on me too.


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First, stop letting your friend mess with your phone. :) Dismount the card on your phone (or shut the phone down), remove the card, and use a compatible USB card reader to mount the card on your Windows computer. At that point I would strongly suggest you copy off all the files from the SD card to your computer. After that reformat the SD card, using either ...


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I have looked into this issue before, and as it stands at the moment, native android does not support exFAT or NTFS. Support for additional formatting types are included in some ROMs because they have been specifically coded to do so such as AFAIK which I believe supports NTFS. I think you are stuck with FAT32 unless you wish to root and flash a ROM that ...


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I loaded Ram Booster Pro for this problem, and after letting the phone boot up, click "boost" in the app. With one click it clears your RAM. Android Lollipop doesn't add this feature, so task manager is of no help. When you go back to your home screen you will see your app icons as you have placed them.


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Android supports multiple file systems. Your problem is root access, as 4.4 has further restricted application access to SD memory. Root your phone and your problem is solved.


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In your settings, under storage, there should be a option to change your default write disk. If you change that to SD card, it should save your media to the card.


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Okay I think I got the answer. What I did is just I plugged the SD Card into an adapter and inserted in my laptop and copied all the files and folders into a folder on my laptop. Then I plugged the other card into the laptop and transferred all the files into it. And it is working without any errors.


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There is no automatic way that you can do this. However if you really want to do it, you will have to connect both memory cards to computer and transfer the files manually by selecting all. And if you don't have computer you cant do by app, es explorer which is freely available in play store this transfer by first placing the files in your sd card and then ...


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This limitation is not due to the FAT filesystem : Since 4.4, Android only lets a special user group write on the card. Your card could be in NTFS, or EXT or whatever more, you'll have the same problem. The only way to bypass this limitation is to root your device, and install some 3rd party apps/patchs, or manuallay edit some files.



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