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My mobile is LG G3, when I attach it with PC on Screen show sG3. I open it then it shows internal and SD card memory, when I open any memory, data do not show?

My mobile is LG G3, when I attach it with PC on Screen show sG3. I open it then it shows internal and SD card memory, when I open any memory, data do not show!

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Hidden folder related, a folder having 7.45 GB memory. but not showing any doc?

A folder having 7.45 GB memory. but not showing any doc

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My SD card is not opening, it is showing USB not detected?

SD card is not detected, it is blinking.

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How can I retrieve data from my corrupted SD card?

My SD card is not working. is there any way to retrieve and recover data from it?

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