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How to remove write protection on media card

How do you remove the write protection from a media card?

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  • camster30 Jan 13, 2009

    can not write to sd card in the blackberry, but if i move the card to my htc phone, i can write files no problem.

    the blackberry is saying to turn off or remove the write protection from the media card... my question is HOW?

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    i cant delete pictures on my black berry pearl 8100

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    i cant move files to the sd card on my blackberry

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Don't think you can (without the code), but try here.

http://www.sdcard.org/about/downloads/

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