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The phone can handle up to 32 Gb micro SD cards, so I think the format is not good. Try formatting the SD card in your phone, to make sure the format is what your phone can work with.
If you can't use the card, because the phone does not let you format is, try formatting it in a PC, using an external memory card reader. Us format FAT32.
We are having the same problem. I researched the problem online and in the Verizon Forums and we are not alone. We are on our 3rd Verizon LG Envy 3 (Sept 2011) and 2nd 16GB memory card (from ebay- both cards worked perfectly in our Blitz and Samsung Glyde)......and we still are out of luck. Verizon acts like this is the first they've heard of the Envy 3 - 4GB/8GB/16GB memory card problem. Evidently, Verizon doesn't pay any attention to their own forums. The Verizon Representative even got very irritated that we were on our 3rd Envy 3 phone (the lights would not work on the keyboard on 1st one) and that we were still calling with problems. I am in the process of filing complaints about the Verizon Rep and the Envy 3 memory card problems. Bottom line.......still looking for a fix!! The phone should recognize the sd card without you having to pull it up manually, both our Blitz and Glyde cell phones did. Oh, one more thing......the Envy 3 recognized a 1GB sd memory card but not the 4GB and above.
make certain that the memory card is not write-protected- some memory cards have that capability- also check that the memory is not defective (try it in a pc, tv, camera, etc- if it does work in those, it's a bad chunk of memory
If the Card Says MicroSDHC on it the phone itself does not support HC so you have to get a regular MicroSD card. I had the same problem and purchased a 2gb MicroSD card and it works fine in my samsung gravity.