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can have different causes. To many pictures on the memory card card is full. From the last picture file name ends with 999 or 9999.
Or there was an error while writing a picture to the memory card, caused by a power failure.
I would put the card in an external memory card reader and try to put all pictures in a folder on the computer. Then format the card FAT 32 or FAT 16 and then put it back in the camera. When switched on, first format the card again, in the camera, to make sure the camera can work with the card and the format.
the first thing i would try? move the apps back into phone memory out of the sd card.maybe put the wifi back on phone memory,shut the phone off,remove the battery,put it back in & restart phone.it may take a minute or two for the sd card to mount. then to "my files" (under apps on home screen ).choose external memory.pick wifi,tap the top right button. you will see options.pick "move".pick "device storage".that should put it back on the device.turn wifi on & see if it works. (P.S-always before removing sd card,pick "storage" on your menu. you will see the option to "unmount".be sure to do this every time before removing sd card.
Try buying a memory card (if you don't have one already) and moving some of your other files onto the memory card. That should free up some memory then try downloading the game again and it should have enough memory,
Hope this helps. :)
Put the card into your computer so you can view it and everything on it. Take all the files off the memory card and store them someplace on your computer.
Go to MY COMPUTER, right click the memory card and click FORMAT. Follow the directions and make sure QUICK FORMAT is NOT ticked. Then click format and give it a few minutes.
When it is done, put the memory card into your phone and see if it recognizes it now.
IF IT DOES, put the card back into your computer and put the files back onto the card. Then put it back in the phone. Should work now, if not, there is a defective file on the card and needs to be found because its interrupting the the phones processing.
IF IT DOESNT, try another memory card. The current card could be defective. If the phone still doesn't read the new card, the phones card reader is defective and needs to be sent to your phone provider to be fixed.