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    Long story short, I am upgrading to the Razr Maxx before Big Red bangs me out of my unlimited plan, and I am going to sell my Droid 2 after I upgrade. It's rooted, so I will SBF it back to stock before I sell it, but how do I format the SD card before I sell it? Is there an app or an easy way to do it? I already backed up the contents of my SD card to my laptop. Thanks in advance for any help! :hail:
     
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    I'm not super familiar with the d2, but you should be able to go into settings, storage, format sdcard. That will wipe the SD card.

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    In the Storage section of the System Settings in the phone, there should be an option to format the SDCard.
     
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    I just looked, and "format SD card" is shaded out and I can't tap it ... it does have an option for "Unmount SD card" for safe removal
     
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    Yes I believe you may have to unmount before you can format.
     
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    Awesome! Thanks for the help! :biggrin:
     
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