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Unmounting SD Card on HTC One X???
« on: April 25, 2013, 10:23 AM »
Hi!

Last night I put in some music on my phone. I have the HTC Sync Manager installed but I don't really know how to use it to add songs in my phone so I use my phone as a USB storage device (everybody does that I guess :/)

Anyway, I use it for syncing and that's it. I put in the music by the driver and ejected it. After an hour or so I checked my phone and my File Manager was giving me the message of SD Card unmounted!! Also, it started giving me the low memory message. I deleted loads of apps. The message for low memory has stopped but there is no phone storage available. When I tried accessing my Polaris office it gave me the message the phone is being used as a USB device, disconnect to access files. I tried connecting my phone again but HTC Sync Manager doesn't sync and tells me to reconnect. I tried bluetoothing but same message the file transfer tool can't be accessed.

I dunno where the SD card slot is I think it is built in or whatever. I don't really how to open my phone cover.  I tried searching the android forums but that didn't really help me.

I even restarted my phone and tried reconnecting my phone to PC but to no avail. I am not going to reset my phone in fear my phone will stop working altogether.

So, I dunno what to do! If there are any HTC One X users or whoever knows anything about unmounting an SD card- their help will be appreciated!!!

Thankyou! I hope I explained the situation correctly.

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Re: Unmounting SD Card on HTC One X???
« Reply #1 on: April 25, 2013, 10:38 PM »
Okay, i guess you messed up a bit.
Did you try to restart the phone, as htc one x has no sd card slot physically, but a virtual sd card (The phone memory is sd card for you).
And as i guess you voided the warranty by unlocking bootloader or something (i used to play around with android too, my phone got bricked two time)

so try this
Get into FastBoot mode and connect via usb. Relock your bootloader (htcdev site tells you how), then RUU back to stock. If you try to ruu back to stock without relocking your bootloader it will not work.
 

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Re: Unmounting SD Card on HTC One X???
« Reply #2 on: April 26, 2013, 01:47 AM »
Hey I hadn't restarted it. Haha. I had it shut down. Thanks so much. It works now. Soo relieved.
« Last Edit: April 26, 2013, 01:53 AM by yewpink »
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Re: Unmounting SD Card on HTC One X???
« Reply #3 on: April 26, 2013, 02:17 AM »
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Hey I hadn't restarted it. Haha. I had it shut down. Thanks so much. It works now. Soo relieved.
Sometimes solution is so obvious,that we always over look it.
Glad I could help.
I guess you didn't turn off usb storage after copying data and just removed usb.
 

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Re: Unmounting SD Card on HTC One X???
« Reply #4 on: April 26, 2013, 08:17 AM »
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Sometimes solution is so obvious,that we always over look it.
Glad I could help.
I guess you didn't turn off usb storage after copying data and just removed usb.

How do I turn off the usb storage?  :o This is the first time this happened and I think I also removed it the wrong way.   :-\
It will give me no problem next time I connect right? I am scared to connect it now. Hahah.
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Re: Unmounting SD Card on HTC One X???
« Reply #5 on: April 26, 2013, 08:53 AM »
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How do I turn off the usb storage?  :o This is the first time this happened and I think I also removed it the wrong way.   :-\
It will give me no problem next time I connect right? I am scared to connect it now. Hahah.
You can turn off usb storage as you turned on it.
no it'll not give you much of trouble i guess.
You can try Mtp mode in usb settings.
 

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Re: Unmounting SD Card on HTC One X???
« Reply #6 on: April 26, 2013, 09:22 AM »
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You can turn off usb storage as you turned on it.
no it'll not give you much of trouble i guess.
You can try Mtp mode in usb settings.

Ok. Thanks again for the help.
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Re: Unmounting SD Card on HTC One X???
« Reply #7 on: May 03, 2013, 01:38 AM »
Thats the bad thing about some smartphones, which have no microSD Card slots.  Sometimes you have to restart the phone after you've transferred data to and from it.
« Last Edit: May 03, 2013, 01:40 AM by DarkGuyver »
 

 

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