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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by biker74, Sep 7, 2016.

  1. biker74

    biker74 Well-Known Member
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    Everything was fine until about an hour ago.

    Now get a message that this device doesn't support this SDCard. Touch to set up in a supported format.

    The card works fine in other phones.

    Turned off and on, taken the card out, put it back in. The phone briefly showed my music in the music app but not now.

    Tried another SD Card and it shows all the files in 'myfiles' and I can even access the content from my files and it opens. Just won't show any content in apps.

    Any thoughts, thanks
     

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    Copy your files to a different location, reformat your card with the phone, not on the computer, then remove the card and start adding files back. If I were you, I'd only move back media files. Don't move system files back into the SD card if you can avoid it.
     
  3. biker74

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    Ach, I'll probably do that when the replacement comes through.

    What a hassle though.
     

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