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What's the deal..anyone know what's causing the memory card to dismount on a regular basis?
Kanner
Member

The only problem I'm having with my t/bolt (apart from the crappy touchy keyboard) is my memory card dismounts and cites a read only error. I'm looking for a software conflict or a setting or a suggestion...besides dropping it in the toilet.

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Re: What's the deal..anyone know what's causing the memory card to dismount on a regular basis?
Ann154
Expert
Expert

Maybe buy a new 32 GB class 6 or 10 micro SD card, transfer the data from the old card to the new and then see if that works better.

I know my custom ringtones for the Tbolt are loading much better with a class 10 card.

I'm most definitely NOT a VZW employee. If a post answered your question, please mark it as the answer.

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Re: What's the deal..anyone know what's causing the memory card to dismount on a regular basis?
Kanner
Member

Thanks for your input, but there's a recession going on. Are you saying Verizon sold me a phone with a card that is non-functioning or old technology (class wise) ?

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Re: What's the deal..anyone know what's causing the memory card to dismount on a regular basis?
Ann154
Expert
Expert

It comes with a class 4 micro SD card. Which is usually fine.

You can buy the class 10 cards cheap from Amazon. I think I saw something about having a sale on them for Father's Day. I just bought two of them and they didn't cost an arm and a leg.

I'm most definitely NOT a VZW employee. If a post answered your question, please mark it as the answer.

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