I have corrupt pictures showing up in my download folder in my gallery app and they have the same name as files that I have downloaded in the past, but every time I delete the corrupt pictures a few minutes later they show up. I was wondering if anyone had any clues on how to fix this.
I hope this is the right section to post this issue.
Does anyone have a solution to completely erasing data from a sd card, my problem with my sd card is that i am not able to delete files from the card or add any new files. I am able to copy files from the sd card to the pc though.
Hi there, I have a samsung galaxy s5 Omega Rom v8.0 Jellybean 4.4.2 with SanDisk Mobile Ultra microSDXC UHS-I Memory Card - 64GB - 30MB/s
I have an issue with the external MicroSD card.
When I put the card in, format the card and benchmark with A1 SD Bench I get a result of about 191mb/s read and 8mb/s write.
I got a HTC HD7 from a friend asking me to help fix it.
It was stuck on the HTC logo on boot.
I tried to format it it did not work.
I replaced the Micro SD Card inside, just to see if that was the problem. I formatted it with a spare SD Card and it worked.
So just to try, i put the original SD Card back inside.
I am not sure if anyone else experiencing this, when i move app to SD card, and restart the phone; all apps are shown not installed. I had to format the SD card one more time on order for the system to show that SD card is mounted; otherwise it will have a error message saying that SD card blank, or have corrupt data on it.
Is it possible to intentionally corrupt a file so that BTRFS will report a checksum error? I want to test a script that's supposed to find file names with checksum errors, but I don't have any corrupt files.
I have an important .rar that is corrupt that I cannot repair via .par2 etc, because it is my own doing.
I just need to get as much of the file data as possible, whether it extracts corrupt or not. My problem is, if I "keep broken files" in WinRar, it truncates the file at the exact point the corruption begins, which is only like 80mb into a 900mb file.