July 3rd, 2013, 01:22 PM
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What's on my SD card?
Just started to find my Galaxy S2 constantly rebooting every 3 minutes or so. But i discovered that if, during those 3 minutes, i unmounted the SD card, the phone was stable. However, i usually choose the option to move apps to SD card when it's available. So now, most of my apps are unavailable (greyed out icons).
T-Mobile tech. support suggested reformatting the SD card, but i'd like to back up all those apps first. I plugged the card into my computer to do that, but all i see there is the LOST.DIR common to ext file-systems and a DCIM directory that has camera photos. Where are all the apps?
Meanwhile, i connected the phone to the computer with a USB cable, and there i can see directories for all kinds of apps (mostly cache stuff, i don't see apps themselves). So, when i press the "move to SD card" button, where do they go? How do i back them up if they don't appear to be on the card when i insert in my computer?
Any clues? Am i missing something obvious here?