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01-14-2010 09:55 PM
How about have the app check at device bootup if it can connect to media card, then note the result of that in the runtime store if the autostart thread will terminate, or else just in a variable if your app has an autostart thread that stays running. The result of that check should let you know if there's a card or not, if it's made in a startup tier before mass storage could have been enabled. Later you can use the result of that initial connection plus the current ability to connect to the media card, to know if mass storage mode is on or not.
01-27-2010 04:44 AM
I don't agree.
You've mixed a lot of propositions in your answer.
The question that the original poster had was: To properly detect if User can write on SDcard
Because the when MS is active and user plugged in the USB to a computer, the SDcard is not accessible.
If you only check the status on boot-up, that's not real plug-and-play check, right ?
03-03-2010 06:05 AM
If a file connection can be made to media card during bootup but not at a later time, shouldn't that mean there is a media card but it's currently inaccessible probably due to mass storage mode?