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  1. Aussiekeeper

    Aussiekeeper New Member

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    I accidently pushed "unmount SD card" in settings. Now my music will not play, says "SD card busy" I DID NOT complete the unmount when the screen came up to confirm. Is there a way to reverse this so I can use my SD card?
     
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    Is the Mount SD Card option not available for selection ?
     
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    There is none I could find, I even long pushed to see if it would be an option. I may just go to Verizon tomorrow and have them do it.
     
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    Try powering down your device and then powering back up
     
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    TAAA- DAAAAA, you da' man..................Thanks. I'm 62 and still learning this computer, it is really amazing what it can do.
     
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    Way to go! Most of the people in these forums are very helpful. I was in the same boat when I got my X on 7/16. Love it and it has been flawless. I learn something new every day. Hardly ever use my laptop anymore. Nice to see Xers in my age category.....almost. I am 69.
     
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    This. The Microsoft Solution. :)
     
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    Anything to save someone a trip to VZW - You will come to find that the members on the forum will be able to help in almost any situation - Feel free to ask questions, make yourself at home and Welcome to the Forum :wink:
     
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    Even on my Mac every once in a while, the reboot is what it needs.

    A computer is a computer, no matter what platform.
     
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    You could have also removed the sd and put it back in to re-mount it.

    Alan
     
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    Which would have taken a battery pull to access the SD - Powering Down/Up will do the same
     
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    Lol it works with most

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    Didn't notice which phone we were talking about. Incredible you can pop the card without pulling the battery.

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