Question about PANDIGITAL Tablets & eReaders
Posted by Anonymous on
When you remove an SD card from its slot, you should *unmount* it first so you don't lose data. If you just pull it
out without first unmounting it, you could corrupt it and lose
data. This might have happened in your case or not. If you didn't remove it, try this.
Go to Settings>Storage>External SD, touch Unmount.
Then remove your SD card and using a Q-Tip and some
solvent like alcohol clean the copper contacts. Then slide it
back into the slot. The device should *Mount* it automatically.
If it still doesn't work, you could try hooking your device up to a computer via its USB cable and see if your computer can see any files on it. If it can't see any then somehow they could have gotten erased. Try loading them back. If they won't load and you get error messages, the SD card itself may have gone Kaput.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I show you one of the many links about using an SD card on an Android tablet or phone:
How to install Android apps to your SD card by default fixedByVonnie
Posted on Jan 11, 2015
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