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    Unhappy SDcard broken?

    I might have done the stupidest thing to my SD card.
    I just bought a SSD for my computer. As I installed it, it showed me that I could update the firmware. I just needed a device to put the firmware update on so I could update from it. I could use a USB stick, but it seems the only one that I have is broken. I could also use a cd/dvd but when I tried to put the firmware update from the SSD card update app I got an error. So I decided to use my phone SD card, which I think was a really bad idea because now my SD card can't mount anymore. I can see the device trough adb, maybe I could repair from there? I just hope I can get my SD card working without formatting it. Anyone can help?
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    Default Re: SDcard broken?

    Welcome to the forums.
    Is you PC running again?
    If so you can use it to check your card.
    http://forums.androidcentral.com/amb...d-sd-card.html
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    Yeah everything is fine on my PC. I can't use chkdsk, I see my phone disk G: but I can't open it or access is information, cannot activate USB from my phone even though I'm in usb debug, normally I see a bar that shows how much space is used, but all I see is [movable disk (G: )]. The usb activation from my phone goes in loop and never connect.
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    Download samsung kies and it will work fine

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    My phone is an HTC incredible s. Will it work if it's not a samsung?
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    It seems to be a app driver for samsungs. I have all the drivers and app I need for my htc, my problem is directly related to my SSD firmware update I put on my sd.
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    ok, now this is weird. I can open app that are installed on my sd, but I can't navigate in my sd from file manager in my phone. Also I noticed that putting the ssd firmware might have overcharge my sd, as I tried to move an app from my phone space to my sd it said that the sd is full.
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    Oh , i though that you had a samsung device ... wait i will search somethig to help you

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    I think one major thing that could help is being able to mount my SD on my phone first. My phone is running on cyanogenmod 7.2.0
    I remember an app letting my mount my SD, I'll try this.
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    I noticed that everytime I restart my phone I get a notice in the upper bar that the SD card is ready to be removed.
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    Ok the app worked, I could mount my SD and format it finally

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