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Encrypt Files on Your SD Card Using Your Android Phone

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How can I encrypt SD card content on Samsung Galaxy S3?

There is no SD card option in encryption menu. CyanogenMod ROM, Android 4.4.4

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I'm using Samsung S4 4.4.2 and recently got a blank lock screen?

There is no way to remove the lock screen through Hard Reset, Kies update or remove battery, etc.

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I cannot access my SD to PC because it requires encryption?

I have already encrypted my SD to transfer files from PC, unfortunately, my phone now cannot access the files.

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If you encrypted the SD card on your PC, only your PC will be able to access the files on the card. Likewise, if your encrypted your SD card on your phone, only your phone will be able to access the files. You will need to take the encryption off of the card for you to transfer files between your PC and your phone.

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I want to decrypt my data from SD card encrypted by Android.. help please?

I have my recovered encrypted files from my SD card encrypted by Android, encryption was I think done by someone, then formatted my SD card, then turned OFF the encryption on the device. Now I recovered my files but can't decrypt them.

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I have a folder I'd like to encrypt on my ASUS ZenFone 2?

I have a code on my ZenFone - it's propriety to my company

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Looking for a program analogous to the Old TrueCrypt for Android?

Trying to create a mountable disk area on the SD card that its encrypted, and only accessed when mounted with a password. I have tried: Searching. I think it was caused by: Looking for a viable solution

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I have Redmi 2 prime with miui7.1.1.0?

Today I encrypted a video which is just recorded by me. And now I am unable to find It. I have tried: I tried to find how to get it back but I can't. I think it was caused by: User interface problem

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Encrypting SD card - Android - no option in settings (Android Kitkat)?

I would like to encrypt SD card in my tablet (Android Kitkat). Unfortunately, instructions found on this site are not helping. Can't see an option to encrypt SD cards in settings, and also I can't find any good app to do it neither. Any chance I could get some help from you, please. Thank you very much

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See more questions like this: Encrypting the SD card under Android 2.3.6?

Is it possible to encrypt SD card and Android device as an administrator to prevent the user from duplicating content?

Hello, is it possible to encrypt SD card and Android device so that I can control access to the information and not the owner of the phone? I am looking to provide users with content via SD card that they can watch offline on their phones...I want them to be able to view, but not be able to duplicate the data from their device or play on another device. Thanks. The article explains end user encryption, but not outside admin control. I have tried: I am fresh to the process, and I am not sure what the steps are to create a platform in which I can control the ability for customers to duplicate content I have provided them. I think it was caused by: I am not sure that encryption will allow for this given the current process. Perhaps a software is out there for this?

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