Is your Android unable to format an SD card? Read this article to find out what fixes are available for the problem and what to do in the worst-case scenario.
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If your Android device can’t recognize the SD card, you might need to reformat it. Here is how you can format your SD card in Android.
If you are looking to free up your phone’s storage space, here is how you can move offline music to an SD card in Spotify for Android
A big problem on a Raspberry Pi is that the SD card needs to be in a specific format. This isn’t easy to do on a Mac, so this guide will explain it for you.
Most Android devices don’t come with large internal memory. Here’s a way to mount external folders as internal helping you store more apps on your device.
If you are getting the Raspberry Pi, but are worried that it is too complicated to set up, here is a guide to help you setup Raspberry Pi and get started.
When you are running Windows 8 modern apps, you will find that the Windows 8 apps have no access to files on external drives. It is unclear why Microsoft impose such limitation to their apps, but you can easily get around this issue by tricking Windows 8 into thinking your external drive is actually a Windows library.
Android version 2.3.4 (Gingerbread) comes with the ability to encrypt your Android phone. While the process may be intimidating, it’s pretty straightforward. Here is how you can easily encrypt your Android phone.
With a large music library at your disposal, using Spotify Premium on your mobile device can quickly consume your available storage space. Here are a few ways to conserve space on an Android phone when using mobile Spotify offline which can enhance your experience with the service.
I know, ‘Indestructible’ is a big word and it is more suitable for those X-MEN characters in the movie than it is used for a SD card. However, this SD card presented to me was labelled as “indestructible”, at least that is what the developer told me. In actual fact, the SD card that I […]