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Wyeman
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New to Android and don't understand how to make my 10b recognise the micro sd card when I insert it.

Suspect there's something I should do when I've inserted it - but what?

The card has two jpg images on it.

My experience with, and knowledge of Android is pretty close to zero - I can navigate to and open the "gallery" but it doesn't show the images from the sd card. I thought that perhaps I hadn't inserted it correctly, so removed it to check - and the tablet told me that I'd removed it incorrectly (!!), so it was correctly inserted.

Second question: If anyone tells me what I should be doing, I'm very grateful but will then need to know how I go about "removing the sd card correctly" !!!

Thank you in anticipation . . . 
Peter (in the UK)

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To un mount your sd card safely/properly, click settings, then click storage, scroll down untill you see sd card, three lines below the bar that shows how much space you hve used you will see "un mount sd card" click that, job done.Wink

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BBDL said
To un mount your sd card safely/properly, click settings, then click storage, scroll down untill you see sd card, three lines below the bar that shows how much space you hve used you will see "un mount sd card" click that, job done.Wink

BBDL - many thanks - too easy Embarassed

Any ideas on the  first problem? How do I view the contents of the card?

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Think my reply should have been outside the "quote" box but couldnt see any way of inserting the text except inside it !!!


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Have figured it out myself - reversed the logic of the "unmount" info and there was the "mount sd card" facility.
Many thanks BBDL for the help.

Incidentaly, in case it's of any help to someone else, I do find it very difficult to physically remove the SD card. It has to be pushed against the spring to release it (normal SD card process) but it's very difficult to do that - you almost need a nail file to push it with.

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