Replies posted by magenta10622621
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.
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?
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.
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