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Format the Memory Card on Samsung Galaxy S5

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I have formatted my 64GB SD card, but now I can not store photos on SD card. When I set the camera to store on SD card. I take a photo, but when taking photo it says it can not store on SD card?

I have formatted my 64GB SD card, but now I can not store photos on SD card. When I set the camera to store on SD card. I take a photo, but when taking photo it says it can not store on SD card

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If you do not have a computer, try reformatting the card again as shown in the tutorial. If you have a computer, the follow the steps below.

  1. 1
    Put the card into a card reader of the computer.
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    You may need a microSD-to-SD adapter with the read-only switch unlocked for the microSD card.
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  3. 3
    Open File Explorer by pressing the Windows key and "E".
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  4. 4
    Right-click the microSD drive and select "Format..."
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    Choose "FAT32" for "File system", select the lowest value in the "Allocation unit size", and click "Start".
    This will format the microSD card.
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  6. 6
    When the card has been formatted, left-click the USB icon in the system tray to safely remove the card.
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    Reinsert the card into the powered down phone by checking that the card sits deeply and firmly in its slot and boot up the phone.
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    See if you can use the microSD card now with the Camera application.
    If not, reformat the card again as "exFAT" for "File system" and try again.
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I cannot store anything from my phone to my new 64SD card?

How can I store photos on my Galaxy S5 please, it does not have an option to change this. I have tried: I have formatted the card and tried to go in from the settings bar in camera mode but still no options. I think it was caused by: Its the first time I have tried to save to my new card

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I am having storage problems on my S5?

I am trying to direct the camera to use the SD card.

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