Question about Cell Phones
You will have to root it. Google locked down access to the external SD card for security purposes in the latest Kitkat version. There are a lot of articles on how to do it. Do a google search for kitkat sd, and you will find lots of articles. I think there has been enough outrage that they may fix it in the next flavor.
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STEP 1: Switch off your phone, remove its battery, and then place it back.
STEP 2: Now, hold the Volume Down button and Power button. And then release the Power button while still holding the Volume Down button.
STEP 3: Now you will get a list of options to choose from. Which would be like:
STEP 4: There, choose the Clear Storage option.
NOTE: Use Volume UP and Volume Down keys for navigation and Power or Home button for selection.
STEP 5: Now confirm by pressing Volume Up button (YES) or Volume Down (NO).
That is it! Now, you Galaxy S will reboot and you will find that you have reset your Galaxy S to factory settings.
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