Question about Samsung SGH-E570 Cellular Phone
Hi,you can use the instruction to troubleshoot the problem..
SD or Secure Digital cards are miniature storage disk used in digital cameras, music devices, cellular phones and other devices. The cards can hold a variety of files including pictures, telephone numbers, data, videos and even sound. SD cards can be formatted using your computer.
Transferring Data From the SD Card
The first step in formatting your SD card is to transfer any files from the card to your computer. Connect the device to your computer and run the transfer application for your electronic device. Note that any files present on the card will be erased if you format the SD card before transferring the files.
Connecting the SD Card Reader
Connect the SD card reader to any available USB port on your computer. The card reader will appear on your
system as a storage device. Click on "My Computer" to make sure the card reader is present. Leave the "My Computer" window open.
Insert the SD Card Into The Card Reader
Turn off the electronic device if it is on and remove the SD card. The card is generally behind a hinged door. Be careful not to touch the gold connectors. Insert the SD card into the card reader. The card will only go in one way.
Formatting the SD Card
Let the card reader process the card for a few seconds and then right click on the card reader icon on the "My Computer" screen. A menu will appear---click on "Format" and the formatting process will begin.
Using the Formatted SD Card
Once the card is formatted, remove the card from the card reader and reinsert the card back into your electronic device. Turn on the device and check for any errors. If any errors appear, consult the manual for the device to look up the error code. You may have to reformat the SD card if the error cannot be resolved.
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Posted on Apr 04, 2011
First, we need to know where the fault is coming from so that we can focus our direction to the right part.
The phone or SD is the cause of this problem. To find out which amongst this two is causing the problem, borrow a SD from family or friend and test it with your phone. Observe if your phone will function well with the borrowed SD. Also, test your SD on another phone and observe it's performance.
The above will reveal whether the SD is corrupt or not.
But I suspect that your SD is corrupt that's why the phone is not recognizing it. Just let me know the out come of what I asked you to do....
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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