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Thanks for your kind reply. I’ve followed steps in this tutorial: https://iboysoft.com/data-recovery/sd-card-not-showing-up.html. I went to Disk Management and saw the SD card. I tried repairing the card with chkdsk command lines. But Windows failed to fix errors on the SD card and popped an error message: “Chkdsk is not available for RAW drives”. So I had no idea but to reformat the card. To avoid data loss, I used iBoysoft Data Recovery recommended in the post. I have good luck with that software. I hope this will help someone who are facing the same issue.
Hi, I have the same issue. I tried to reboot, clear system cache, reinsert. When I connected the SD card to my Windows computer and intended to back up data, my computer also won’t recognize the card. What should I do? The data in the SD card is so important for me. Any idea?
I encountered this problem right after I first installed my sd card. I had used the card for a year in my HTC, removed all the files and folders except for my music and pictures before installing it in my S3. When the problem happened, I shut the phone down, physically removed the sd card and then reinserted it, making sure the card was in tight by not just inserting it, but clicking it once or twice to make sure the spring loaded tensioner was in the right position. I restarted the phone and haven't had a problem since. Give that a try, your card may be at odds with the spring in the slot (the one that ejects the card)
I having exactly the same issue. And my options were pretty much the same. The only thing that works to correct it is to do a complete restore in "dfu" mode when connected to my computer. It didn't work all day Friday, worked all day yesterday with no issues and this morning was not working again. I tried up and down and side button reboot but nothing. Had to do a full restore which leads me to believe it is a software issue. If it was a hardware issue reinstalling the software wouldn't make it start working. I have an appt. with Genius on Tuesday hoping they can resolve as I am not putting a $1259 dollar hold on my card for a brand new phone that doesn't work. There are many others with the same problem, we are not alone. Hoping there is a software fix before I go on Tuesday. The other option was regular phone replacement which is looking like a 2 week process not cool for someone that got up at 3:01 am to order. I am guessing they have a few on hand at the store as this is slowly bec
Some carriers do throttle hotspot, and/or limit the speed. Not sure if Verizon does, but I know T-Mobile does depending on your plan. The devices can also be a source of the problem, and of course the fact that it's a wireless connection can be an issue.
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