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Old May 19th, 2012, 05:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default FAiled to Mount SD Card on Galaxy sII

At some point I have been getting and now always when I power on under Data Encryption "Failed to mount SD card. Reinsert or format SD card"
I have tried the former (including re-inserting battery) and loathe to try the latter.

Initial research on the Web indicated others were having that problem intermittently and could be ignored. What I have found is that the stock apps usually cannot access the external card and that Task Mgr Storage shows SD at 0. However other apps (like B-Folders) store and access the external card just fine. My main concern is that I have some valuable voice recordings of my mother on the SD card that I can't seem to access.

Storage analysis using various file mgr apps indicate I have a total of 11.25G on SD Card with 10.04 available

I have Samsung SGGH-I727R (Rogers Canada), not rooted.

Solutions would be greatly appreciated.

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