I was watching Youtube videos on my Galaxy S4(KitKat) and suddenly I received a notification that said my SD card was removed unexpectedly but I had my back cover on. (My micro SD is a Kingston 16GB SDHC). I took my chip card out and put it back into my phone and it still didn't recognize it.
I'm looking to upgrade the amount of storage space I have on my Samsung Android phone. At the moment I'm thinking of getting a 16Gb Micro SD card, as this will allow me to store enough music and video for trips, as well as all photos I might take on my phone.
I'm downloading several maps to my Samsung Galaxy note 10.1. I have a 16gb micro sd card installed and 16gb internal storage. Where are navi maps stored when downloading them? I download 2 state maps I don't have enough memory left to load more map data. My sd card shows 7gb available. Thank you
I have a Iview 756 TPC. For some reason, my tablet will not recognize my micro sd cards. I've tried Patriot and Sandisk brands 32 GB and below. My tablet will notice when I try to insert the micro SD card, but when I go to system settings or open an app that requires the use of an micro SD card, it will not recognize, "SD card not available".
I have an ATT Samsung Galaxy S4. I used a kingston 32 GB micro SD card. It worked perfectly fine and had no problems. 2 months pass, the SD card dissapears from the phone and cannot be detected. I contact Amazon and get a replacement, well a month later another SD card is sent and broken. I cant help but think that it is the phone and it is very annoying as I keep losing Data and Files.
I recently bought a Sandisk Ultra 64GB Class 10 Micro SD Card for my Samsung Galaxy S4. The problem I have is that my PS3 wont read the card which I know can only read FAT32 format hard drives and cards.
okay first off, sorry but i'm not so tech savvy so you'll probably get a bucket load of stupid questions from me.
but i just got a samsung galaxy proclaim, i think, from straighttalk about a month ago. and it came with a 2g micro sd card. but i keep alot of pictures on my phones because computers aren't always available.