My Rezound has been working very well until early this week, when out of nowhere a message came up that said that I had to encrypt my SD Card in order to receive work e-mails. I can't remember the exact message, but it said my administrator now requires it. I use my Rezound for work which pushes some security requirements to the phone. Encryption was not one of them before, but then this message came up. I did accept it despite knowing it would delete the contents for the card (I didn't have much on the SD card and I really needed to check my e-mail). Now, it appears my SD Card is encrypted. I have to enter the encryption password when the phone turns on, etc. Overall, the phone still works. Just a few very, very strange things happening that I need to resolve. 1) I am able to take pictures (using the stock app)... but when I go to the Gallery to view them or share them, I get a message that says, "An error was encountered on your SD card" and no pictures are available. I was able to find the pictures using a File Viewer (Astro) in two different directories (which I find interesting): /mnt/sdcard/ext_sd/DCIM/100Media and /sdcard2/DCIM/100 Media. In fact, /mnt/sdcard/ext_sd and /sdcard2/DCIM seem to be identical. 2) When I open Swiftkey (its the keyboard app I prefer), it tells me "No SD card."<BR><BR>There's a few other strange things happening . Even though I have an SD Card installed, it seems like the fact that it is now encrypted is causing problems. Any ideas or suggestions? Thanks for the help. p.s. I should also add that in the middle of the night before all this happened I spent a decent amount of time messing with the phone to get the battery to last longer (and I was successful!). I don't think that the things I messed with should have caused this problem, but I wanted to mention it in case I accidentally hit a button I should not have.