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Undoing Write Protection On A Micro SD Card

I Need to remove the write-protection and reformat my SD card

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These cards have a switch on them to protect them just change the position and you should be able to format it.

Posted on Jan 15, 2013

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    iris diers May 13, 2017

    how do you change the position what dose that mean

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