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Master Geek
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Topic # 148931 5-Jul-2014 22:44
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Hey guy. I just brought a samsung galaxy tab4 8.0 tablet and got a strontium 32gb nitro 466x microsd card. I accessed the as card on my comp but can't copy any movies or music onto it as it says it's write protected. Can anyone suggest any solutions for me?

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  Reply # 1081675 5-Jul-2014 23:46

Do you have it in an SD card adapter? If so, have you accidentally got the write protect switch on the side of the adapter engaged?

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  Reply # 1081678 6-Jul-2014 00:05
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Or try format the card in the tablet, and then put it back into your PC and copy the contents across


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  Reply # 1081765 6-Jul-2014 11:04
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The card was on unlock. Tried formatting the card in the tablet then try copying the stuff over again and it worked. Thanks

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