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Old September 25th, 2012, 11:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Dell Streak 5 Blank SD card , Space unavaible


I have just bought Sandisk 32GB ultra Micro SDHC card for my Dell Streak 5 and installed few apps on it, now when I turn the phone on in the morning it keeps restarting 4 or 5 times till I take the battery out, then when I turn it on it shows under the SD card Capacity in Settings Total space 0.0, available space 0.0

When I press UNMOUNT then I press MOUNT I get a message Blank SD card or unsupported file system and while Iím reading this message my phone restarts.

But when I switch off the phone and take the SD card out and put it back in again it works fine and it shows the card capacity 29.7GB and it shows all the files are still on it, also whenever I put in my laptop it recognize it and I can see all the files.

This card was bought from a famous website in the UK and it is genuine, I just donít want to keep taking the card out every morning before I use the phone and I find it too much hassle.

Please tell me if this is a bug or not and if there is a fix for it.

Thank you

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