I am using Samsung E250. I have one 1 GB Memory card attached to the cell. Today I copied around 50 Mp3 files and some picutres from my system to the phone memory card. Then I tried to open the folder[Memory Card] via phone, I am getting this error :"Unable to add default folder : Root directory full" ...
It happened to me. I was ready to try formating the card via phone, but I tried one last thing: I connected it through mass-storage mode and deleted 3 of the folder created by the phone (Audio, Other files, Videos). BTW: viewed in the PC the card had no problems. The phone still showed that message, but I restarted it and it worked.
The error unable to add folder. root is virus.today you have copied some multimedia files from your computer.the virus is present in computer.i also got the same problem.if you want to fix it then please format your memory card by mobile not by computer.and please go and get your antivirus for your computer thank you regards ninad(attitude is in my blood)
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Hi - Sometimes devices are finicky about which SD cards they work with. I suggest you try a different brand card. Be sure to purchase it where they have an easy return policy just in case. The phone definitely supports two GB cards.
Luckily two GB cards are pretty cheap and it's always good to have a spare.
Hi , Follow the following steps to unlock the memory card
To unlock your mobile memory card, you need a file explorer. You may use FExplorer. To download FExplorer, click here to download
After finished downloading, install it to your mobile phone.
Insert the mobile memory card into your mobile phone. Remember, don't access the memory card through phone at this moment.
Run FExplorer and open the following location C:\system.
From the location C:\System, you will see a file named as mmcstore. Rename this file asmmcstore.txt.
Copy the file mmcstore.txt. and paste it to your computer. Now, open that file in notepad.
When you finished the above steps, you will find the password of that file.
With this password u can open ur Memory card
If the above procedure worked for me .if didn't work for u , please take the memory card to a near by LG service center and get it done for free . If it's is very urgent u can take it to a near by cellular service center to unlock it .They will charge just 50 Rs . For any quires write back to me .If yo are satisfied with my answer please vote for me(with atleast 3ups) . thanks in advance
You can try moving the contents of the 1 GB memory card in a new folder in the phone memory using a file explorer and after that you may remove the 1 GB card from the phone, insert the new card and move the files from phone memory to SD card. However, since there is a lot of data in the old card, moving the files to the phone memory is not recommended. The recommended way is to use a memory card reader on your PC, copy the contents from the old card to a location in your computer and then move them to the new card by simple copy/paste technique.
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Better buy a card reader and copy in the memory card and the insert the card and enjoy music. This phone especially has a problem of "no good access" to memory card along with phone and also with phone.
you really dont need mp3 software.......but you can put mp3 files (music/photos/video) also depending on the size of memory card (2-3 gb is great)....you have two ways to do this..
1- usb plug , connect cell to pc, go to my computer click on the new drive it should be your cell (memory)..now find the mp3 files you have on the pc ...copy and paste (or click & drag)
2- most cell phones use sd cards ((an adapter is needed (comes with the memory sometimes) for use in pc, and you need to open the cell phone, pull the battery out slide the memory card out))
How are you copying these Files, USB Cable to the phone, or a card reader?
What operating system are you using?
I/O device problem, disconnect from usb, wait a minute then plug it back in, it might not have installed correctly. (if problems persist with this you might need to acess Device Manager)
Does this phone have Itunes in it? are you attempting to transfer files using I tunes.
I found putting the card into a card reader attached to my PC works best, using MP3s.
Below is assuming you are using a card reader and a PC.
It works like any flash drive.
I would format the memory card
(open your My computer, where you should see all the drives in your PC, you should see the flash drive/ card there, right click on it and a window will pop up, click on quick format )
what file type are you attempting to transfer.
I open the flash drive, then I open my music folder (transfering only MP3s), I drag my files from one to the other.
On mine I currently have jpg files and MP3 files and I can acess this from my phone. ( I have the same phone)
I also have some bluetooth heads phones which work pretty well to.
I had a the same problem, with my computer not reading the SD card when the phone was connected to the computer. However, after messing with my phone for a while, I believe I've found the solution. On the phone menu, go to;
then, "Set Phone"
then, "Select USB Mode"
and finally, "Mass Storage"
Your computer should now read the data off the SD card, as if it were a drive. I don't think the "PC Studio" program will recognize the phone after this, but you can always manually copy music into the folders on the card now.