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Because the new card should be the one which counts, it seems that for some reason it is not being recognised properly by the camera. Check that the card is not write protected. If it is unlocked but is still not recognised, then try to format the memory card through the camera's menus
this is either because your in-built 32gb memory is damaged or your memory card is corrupted or not recognised by your device.here are the steps to take 1.back-up whatever you have on the memory card like songs and videos. 2.use your phone to format the memory card so as to enable the phone put in its recognised folders. 3.finally restore your music and videos and try again, it should work. but if you dont want to do these, you can easily go under camera settings and change the default save location, say from mass memory to memoru card and vice-versa.hope this helped you?
Have you formatted memory card in phone before you started storing data on it? By formatting the memory card it will set up folders which the phone will look at to determine different types of data, i.e. photo folder holds photos, video folder holds mp4 &3gp, and music folder holds mp3 etc.
Then when your memory card is connected to your pc drag and drop data into correct folders and then phone should be able to recognise the different types of data. Hope that helps?
Only other thing I can think is that your memory card is too large to be recognised by your phone? It will only support upto and including 2gb Micro SD cards.
it will need to be smaller then 8gb...... also micro SD......... NOT micro SDHD .....you also need to format it using the phone (check user guide for info on how to do this)
hope this works for you .....good luck
It sounds like your phone's card reader is broken or has debris inside.
To clear debris, use a blast of air to the socket to clean it.
If your card reader is shot, you need to replace the controller. If the phone is under warranty, get it replaced.