1. saralyn07's Avatar
    I have alot of music in my Samsung galaxy s5 i was running out of storage i had over 900 songs. I bought a new Samsung evo 128gb sd card to store my music. I transfered 200 or so songs to sd card thru phone to card it showed then all of a sudden there was so sd card detected. I turned off phone and removed the card and reinserted it and it said it was blank or unsupported and had the option to format or cancel. I pushed format on accident and deleted those songs so now those are gone. So stupid me tried it again with rest of the songs thinkin maybe i did something wrong... same thing thing happened couldnt detect the sd card at all in phone(i did not push format 2nd time) tried plug into computer and still do not see sd card. What can i do to get my music back? I am lost not sure what i can do please help.
    01-04-2016 02:37 AM
  2. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Welcome to Android Central! I would suspect a counterfeit card. Counterfeiters take a smaller capacity card and reprogram it to make it report itself as a larger card. They work fine until you exceed their true capacity--then data can be lost or corrupted. Run SD Insight to see if your card is valid.
    01-04-2016 04:07 AM
  3. AlphaTango414's Avatar
    Have you tried reading the card with your pc without using your phone? Ie mount it with a card reader?
    01-04-2016 04:27 AM

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