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How to fix SD card storage issues on Android KitKat

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With the release of Android 4.4 KitKat, Google inserted a kind of restriction for users. Apps can no longer write to the external storage. This simply means that your installed apps will only work well with your internal storage also you cannot move files to your microSD card. If you’re one of those facing this issue, here’s how to fix it:

SD Fix

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  1. You must be rooted for this to work. If you don’t know what rooting is, or it’s consequences, please read no further.
  2. Visit Google Play Store and download SDFix. This app fixes the problem by modifying a system config file.
  3. Run it following the above screen shots.
  4. Reboot your device. Done.

IMPORTANT NOTICE

  • Please read the entire app description to know exactly what this app does to determine if it is appropriate for your device and/or custom ROM.
  • This app was made to solve a specific problem. If you’re not experiencing the above problems, don’t install this app.
  • This app is strictly for devices that have a user-installed MicroSD card. If your device doesn’t have a memory card slot, you don’t need this.
  • As the case with all root modifications, we are not to be held responsible for anything that may go wrong. You do this at your own volition.

Download SDFix HERE.

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  1. Nice technique but is there any solution to restore the erased data from sd card. My important data is erased from the sd card and I m getting failed to retrive the old data.



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