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Old October 3rd, 2012, 04:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Motorola triumph sd card mounting problems, really strange?

Long story about what's going on,
I had to get my first triumph replaced about 2 weeks ago. I had backed it up with a nandroid and titanium backup. I procceded to install the nandroid backup on the new phone. Everything went well for a while untill one day when the phone just shut itself off. When i turned it back on, there was no sd card mounting notification, and it said that there was no sd card in the phone. CWM recovery also wouldn't read it. After having done random combinations of repartioning the sd card, formating the sd card, using a different sd card, unrooting, factory restoring, i seem to be able to get it to work for a little. What happens, however, is that after i restore from nanadroid or titanium backup it works for a little, then turns itself off again and the card wont mount! This is really starting to suck any help is apperciated
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Old October 12th, 2012, 10:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Have you tried using a different card formatted on the phone itself? If you still have issues then it's probably the slot on the phone.
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I have the same issue and it just doesn't want to mount the SD card. and when it does it works for a while then restarts and then I am unable to mount the card again. I have tried different cards, formatting, and also reloading the MOD/ROM
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Old October 15th, 2012, 09:12 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Have you tried using a different card formatted on the phone itself? If you still have issues then it's probably the slot on the phone.
Agree- if you've tried other SD cards with the same results, it sure sounds like a hardware issue. Seems like I've seen a similar complaint posted elsewhere in the MT forum...
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