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Micro sd card says write protect when inserted what does that mean

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My phone is a samsung sgh t629 and i placed my sd card that had some music in it but it asked me unrecognised format? and i press yes and it got erased so now when i try to copy a file to it it will say write protected disc what can i do?

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Hi , means you connot delete the picture , the only remedy to erase the write protect to format the micro sd , for the next time dont click to write protect .

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