1. AC Question's Avatar
    Sony Xperia Z2
    Andriod version 4.4.4 (cannot get anything more recent at the moment )

    Notification in notification bar
    [Internal storage is 75% full.
    Tap to transfer data to SD card]
    => Tap on notification
    Pop up window appears and reads
    [Transfer data to SD card
    Photos 1131 files 1.45GB
    Video 0 file, 0.0KB
    Music 0 file, 0.0KB
    available space on SD card 13.75GB
    Cancel // Transfer]
    => Transfer
    Almost immediately it comes up with another pop up window reading
    [Note!
    Transfer interrupted. Check your SD card for possibly transferred data.
    OK]
    => OK
    New notification in notification bar reads
    [Transfer interrupted]

    I tried moving the photos across to the SD card manually through the computer and it didn't work, made my computer crash or something (can't remember, it was a while ago). My phone has been telling me for a number of weeks now that the internal storage is full.

    What should I do?
    04-29-2015 07:08 AM
  2. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Welcome to Android Central! The SD card might be faulty, defective, or counterfeit. Try a different card.

    I would also suggest moving the photos to your computer hard drive as well, if only as a backup. Mobile storage can fail, and if that happens without any backups, then the photos are lost forever. Connect the phone to the computer via USB and use Windows Explorer to copy the photos to the hard drive--or is that what's causing the crash?
    04-29-2015 11:31 AM

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