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    sd card always mounts to computer

    My sd card will mount to my pc everytime i plug in my usb cable and connect the two regardless of what mode (charge only) i have selected. Help please!

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    Just take the sd card out when you plug your phone up
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    Not the answer im looking for, i need files on my sd card to run to capture screenshots of my phone. need to fix this
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    Do you have USB debugging mode enabled? Settings > applications > development.

    Also I have an app that'll do that called dual mount SD if I forget to disable it.
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    yea i did, i turned it off just now and still the same result. pc mounts card
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    I've seen where PC doesn't want to "let go" of the drive. Maybe its still there when you disconnect? Try logging off and back on to see if it persists.
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    restarting the computer dosent do anything either
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    Might as well restart your phone too. It could be a bug with moto connect and drivers. I've noticed same issue on my work PC only but never cared.
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    Any luck? Its hard to troubleshoot without looking at it. I'll look at my work machine tomorrow.
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    No, look.4 me tho

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