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Use the Memory Card As Default Download Folder on Galaxy Phones

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Hello, I'm trying to use my SD card as the primary memory?

I got a new memory card and transferred the stuff from the old one into it now I cannot access pictures from my gallery. I have tried: Everything in the settings. so far I've managed to change the internet primary storage to the SD card. I think it was caused by: I changed the SD card

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Reformat the SDCard to non-fat32. This will wipe the images you have on there but as long as they are on the PC you will be able to put them back. Then put the formatted SD card into your phone and go through the mounting process. Take the SD card out and add the images back to it. Mount again to your phone and the SD card should be scanned and the images appear. Another thing to try if this still fails is to set your USB settings to MTP. See if your images appear then. Make sure when you transfer the images that they are DCIM and put in the Android pictures folder.

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Increase the internal storage capacity. I have gone as per the steps description?

Under the settings menu, I do not get "content settings" but only "site settings" and that does not help any further. My instrument is Tab4. Under the settings menu, I do not get "content settings" but only "site settings" and that does not help any further. My instrument is Tab4

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