10-07-2013 06:46 AM
People, I had the same problem with the 32g card in my Galaxy Note 1 phone, I called Sandisk and they started a warranty replacement process, they said that temporarily they were making a change for this process: instead of sending the card to Sandisk you take pictures of the card on a paper with your name and an incident number, you send them and once they verify that the card is original they ask you to destroy the card and send pictures of the destroyed card on the same paper. Then they send you a new card. They said that they were using a new technology in manufacturing the cards and that the issue was acknowledged. This was some 4 months ago and except for one random occurrence of this card extraction message, it has worked flawlessly.
Best of luck with this.
02-19-2014 07:00 PM
Don't worry. If you want to recover data from Android SD card, try Android Data Recovery. Install it on your computer and run it. Connect your phone to computer and enable USB debugging. Then you can scan your data from SD card and then recover your lost data. Read more from: SD Card Data Recovery. Hope my suggestion will help you.
06-16-2014 12:25 PM
He comprado una de sus tarjetas SD, para utilizar con mi smartphone. Desde que la tengo, he sufrido pérdida total de información incontables veces, ya que SIEMPRE SE DESMONTA, PARA LUEGO NO SER RECONOCIDA.
06-16-2014 04:40 PM
Esto no es un foro de asistencia técnica Sandisk. Le sugiero que se ponga en contacto directamente SanDisk. La información de contacto se puede encontrar siguiendo el siguiente enlace:
06-16-2014 07:57 PM
(San Google translated)
El dilema del Cybernauta
Estimado miembro de la Comunidad SanDisk, bienvenido.
[ ...solicito una respuesta, y su colaboración, para solucionar este inconveniente. ]
The dilemma the Cybernaut
[ ... request a response and cooperation, to solve this problem. ]
06-18-2014 10:59 AM
¡Hola a todos!
Bueno, y, de lo siguiente, me enteré ayer:
Y ésto, se los digo, como un gran favor, amigos, pues yo, entonces, también "corro peligro".
Por lo tanto, se los diré en OFF, para que nadie se entere...
Yo les avisé.
And this, I say, as a great favor, friends, for me then, too, "I am in danger".
01-03-2015 10:25 PM
Hope this, that I just posted elsewhere on this forum, might help you and others with un-detected SD cards. Certainly no guarantee(!), but my miracle might not be a unique occurrence and might help others recover invaluable data. GOOD LUCK!
Re: 32GB Sandisk Micro SD suddenly stopped being recognized by Galaxy S3 phone
12-26-2014 02:58 PM
Same issue happened 2 days ago in LG D415. Using card for >2 years. Successfully transferred card and all data from previous HTC phone 3 mo ago. Ran out of system memory on LG, so transferred all pics to same 32 GB micro-SD - and hadn't yet backed up :-(. While transferring video of grandson's first steps to card, got message from phone saying that SD card had been removed, and that I should have unmounted it first. The card was working fine in the phone until that message. Tried re-seating the card several times and also tried reading it on laptop SD slot and on 3 different USB adaptors - NO JOY (and it's Christmas!!). The card is not detected, so there's no way to use recovery software. Any recommendations about most reliable recovery vendors? And, everybody says they're expensive - HOW MUCH?? Happy Holidays to all those without this problem!
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01-03-2015 09:42 PM
No replies to this yet, but I have exciting news! Based on info from an earlier post in which someone noted that a micro-SD card which had been unrecognized on his phone and computer suddenly re-appeared after several hours sitting in the card reader on his computer, I left my card in the SanDisk adapter on my PC and HOPED! After ~1 wk of sitting there unrecognized through many hours of operation and multiple re-boots for various reasons, the card suddenly appeared in Windows Explorer!! I immediately successfully copied the contents to my hard drive (recovering all the precious pictures I thought were lost!). When the data seemed to continue to be accessible, as opposed to the earlier report (which said that the card quickly became unrecognizable again), I re-installed the card in my phone - and it has behaved correctly since. I plan to buy another card for the phone and use this one for long-term storage, but I've learned how important it is to maintain a current backup (cloud or another medium) for the removable as well as the internal storage on my phone!
I don't have a clue about the mechanism for this miracle micro-SD recovery, but I hope somebody else might benefit from my experience.
03-06-2016 04:24 AM
The following proc. worked for me:
- reseat the card in the phone slot and clean it beforehand;
- copy the content of the SD card to your HDD (via PC-phone USB connection);
- remove the card from the phone and format it (via SD slot or USB);
- recover the content to the card and mount it back in the phone.
For a few days I haven't seen any "unexpected removals".