If Android Phone SD Card Won’t Mount! How to Fix it?

Today, all the Android phones have cameras, video recorders, MP3 players, e-book readers and also the expandable applications. To store all these thing, Android phone use your phone’s internal memory. But when the apps increased, then the internal memory fills up quickly. That is why, Android phones support SD cards. You can remove or connect this card whenever required. These SD cards can store your files and apps. But sometimes SD cards won’t mount or it is not recognized by your Android phones. In this blog, you will read how to fix the SD Card Wont mount issue. For assistance or support, you can contact to the Microsoft team expert via www.office.com/setup.

Solution To Fix Android Phone SD Card Won’t Mount: Office.com/setup

  1. Check your phone’s SD Card:  If your Android phone does not recognize your SD card then SD card can itself be the reason. May be your SD Card corrupt because of many reasons like improper usage, virus infection etc. To check your SD Card, you should connect your SD card to another handset and then test its working or you can also plugin your SD card to your computer. If your card is recognized by these option then the SD card is working properly. If it is not recognized, then SD card is faulty and you should replace it.
  2. Hardware Related Problems: To check hardware related issues, you should first install your SD card in your Android Phone. If in case, it is not recognized then you should remove the SD card from the phone and then you should lift the metal cover on the SD card slot and then again insert the card back. If you have installed properly then your SD card will fit under the metal cover, and securely in the slot. Here, your SD card will get recognized.
  3. Check for the Operating system settings: If there are issues with the operating system then also your Android Phone will not read the SD card. Remember, all the Android devices have a setting which allows you to mount or un-mount a SD card. You should have the correct removable storage settings set in your Android Phone.
    To check the setting, you should go to the “settings” menu, and then locate the “Un-mount SD card” option and after this, click on it to unmount your SD card. When the Android phone complete un-mounting your SD card, then you should select the option to “Mount SD card”. This method will fix the issues.
  4. Execute anti-virus program: If your SD card is infected by virus, then also your Android device will not recognize the SD card. This is the reason for SD card un-mounting. To fix this, you should virus scan your SD card and install the powerful anti-virus software in your device.

For help or support, the user can call the customer care of MS Office through www.office.com/setup.