Question about LG Cell Phones
That is most likely. try to save any data from the card if you can still access it and then test it again on your phone. if the phone detects it, the format used may not then be compatible with the computer. you may need to use the software that came with your phone and install it on your computer to view/acess the contents of the card from your computer
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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