Question about HTC G1
Is your computer able to read the card with an SD adapter? If so, back up any information on it to the computer. Put card back in phone and go to settings->storage->unmount SD card->then format SD card. Allowing the phone to format the card usually has better results than formatting it in Windows because it's going to use the correct file system type.
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Posted on Mar 02, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello, joselesa. I'd be happy to help! Unfortunately, I too have experienced this issue. This problem is probably being caused by the card itself. Sometimes the card won't work with a device because it's memory is too big (like 3 or 4GB) or because some (like the new HQ 2nd class camera cards) are designed for specific items, like cameras. I would recommend reading your manual, seeing the excepted and specifically recommended sd card and if your current card isn't supported, I would return your card. If your card is supported, I would recommend returning it for a brand new one, or even one with less memory. I hope this helped!
Posted on Jan 15, 2010
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