Question about SAMSUNG GT E2652
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: corrupted memory card
find an card reader for it (it's probably microsd, get and sd card adapter) and format it using a computer. when your computer recognizes the card, go to my computer, right click on the card (should be listed under removable storage), and select format (try FAT16 first, then FAT32). after it is done formatting, put it back in your phone, and see if that works.
if not, then you might have a bad card. try a different card. if the second card doesn't work, could be the phone.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
SOURCE: memory card
I had this problem. It was down to a small build up of static. I switched the phone off, removed the card, cleaned both it and the receiver slot, replaced the card, switched the phone back on and, hey presto, it now works fine.
Tell me, do you have an "m" symbol on your main screen, just to the left of the battery strength indicator?
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
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