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All right, I am no Android guru, so I will do my best here. A while back, my little 4 GB supposed LG SDHC micro sd card installed an internal storage on this ZTE model N9137, suddenly said Lexar SD Card not inserted, which it has always said it was a Lexar Card. Since then, it now also shows unsupported SD Card, rite below that in settings/storage in the portable storage/SD card section. The other is rite below the phone syorage in device storage section.

Well, I had hundreds of pictures, and videos, and recordings,and other user files on both the phones original storage, and on this SD card, also. Since this originally started, I went to photos app, and as soon as it stated originally, it like a countries, went from how ever many hundreds of pictures, down to none on device. Photos will show here.

The phone shows original storage as there in settings, and how ever much free space, but file manager, said 0 bites used, and 0 bites available on the phone drive and all other apps I have tried running that involve saving anything to the phones storage, say they can not save anything, and as far as installing and uninstalling apps, everything seems to work normally.

The last I remember, there was still atleast 1.5 GB left available on the SD card,when all of this started.

I do not have anything other than Android devices available rite now, for fixing this problem.

I can give more details if needed.

Has anyone seen this before. I read a bunch of stuff here, though could not find an answer that match. ?

Thank you in advance for any help anyone may have on this oddissue.

Owe yeah, my gallery app just pops up for a split second and disappears, ever since this started, including when I had temporarily installed a different SD card, with data and pictures already on it, that mounted and unmounted with no problems, since after this problem originally started.

Just let meknoany other information that is needed.

Thank you again.

  • Have you used the function "adopt SD-card as internal storage"? – Robert Jun 3 at 9:27

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