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    SD card unmounts

    Rezound SD card unmounts by itself constantly. Anybody have the same problem?
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    #2
    This issue seems to pop-up off and on for various people, the general rules of thumb assuming you are stock:

    1) Reformat the card in a PC with a card reader using FAT32 ONLY, do not use exFAT, FAT, or NTFS
    2) Factory Default
    3) Try a new microSD card, they are cheap
    4) Reflash the stock RUU or Global Mode leaked RUU

    If all that fails, then the issue is likely hardware and will need to be replaced.
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    Thanks for your help.
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    I have the same problem, happens every time I restart the device. I'm factory and have also tried reformatting and a different card. Still happening. I'm out of warranty so I guess I'll just hve to check card mounting every time I restart. Sucks
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    Re: SD card unmounts

    Mine does the same on restart, remounting isn't a big deal for me.

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    Re: SD card unmounts

    Perhaps it was coincidence, but once I uninstalled Handcent mine stopped doing the not mount in reboot. I started using Chomp because Handcent was very sluggish suddenly and my sd issue went away also.

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    Thanks for that, but since I don't use Handcent, probably not the cause of my problem. Not saying it's not an app causing the issue, but it started happening directly after the last official update pushed from Vzw.

    It's not a big deal now that I know that I have to remount after restart or shutdown, but I wonder how many people this irritates.

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