02-11-2013 11:47 PM
I seem to have no access to my memory card that was previously working in my Samsung Galaxy SII. It is a Kingston Class 10 8GB MicroSDHC Card. I tried to wipe it from the Storage and Access panel and after I chose to do so it just sits saying 'Media card operation in progress...' and will stay like that. I've tried taking out the card and formatting it completely from my computer but I still get the same issue.
02-12-2013 12:19 AM
02-25-2013 10:40 AM
I think it's just an issue with the card. I ended up buying a 16GB Sandisk Ultra microSDHC and it works perfectly. Was browsing around the crackberry forums and found that lots of people were having issues with the Kingston microSD being read.
03-11-2013 08:51 AM
I have been using the Z10 for about a month now, I am also having issues with syncing with BlackBerry Link. The issue I am running into seems to differ with the above posts. After loading on photos and music and videos, approx 40% of what I added seems to be "corrupted" I have attempted to complete a full reformat from the computer the Z10 and also restarted the device and still have the same issue, just different images or songs aren't accessible. This is becoming extremely frustrating.
I have completed a secutiry wipe of the device as well as reformated the memory card (which i bought new for the device)
Can anyone please help??!?!?!?!?!?!?!
03-20-2013 06:11 PM - edited 03-20-2013 06:32 PM
Mine seems to format from the menu, and it seems like I can even move files onto it if I use USB Mass Storage Mode, but I'm still getting strange issues:
1. A large portion of the media I transfer over doesn't show up in the appropriate apps.
2. BlackBerry Link will say that it is syncing but never does, hence using Mass Storage Mode instead.
3. I still have the error saying that it is wrong and should be reformatted.
I've done the reformatting from the device a few times with no changes. I'm now formatting in Windows to exFAT which is my last idea. It's a 64GB Class 10 SanDisk and was a significant investment so I don't really want to just turn around and buy more until something works.
*Correct that: I don't think that it is a matter of some media reaching the memory card and some not. I think Link was putting some of it on the device and that was all that I was seeing.