1. CarmenCarmen's Avatar
    Hi, I've already asked this question on Crackberry to no avail. I am having a problem writing to my SD card on my Blackberry Keyone. The phone seems to think the microSD cards I put in (three so far, all brand new, two Sandisk and one Samsung) are read-only, even though I can write to them on my computer with no problem. The first time I put an unused card in the phone it automatically makes "Android" and "LOST.DIR" folders, with the "Android" folder having two sub-folders "data" and "media". But, I can't do anything to the card on the phone since it gives me a message saying the card is 'read-only'. I tried following the suggestion from a thread on this forum to put the card in the computer and check for errors but that didn't do anything... Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    02-05-2018 12:51 AM
  2. Jobe77's Avatar
    Sd cards can be a pain in the ** sometimes.

    What size are you using on the SD card?, I've encountered a phone that could read 64gb but only save to 32gb (the manual specified 32Gb)
    02-05-2018 02:23 AM

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