Many of the Galaxy Tab S users have reported about the SD card issue till date. As per them, either the Galaxy tab cannot detect SD card or the Samsung Galaxy tab SD card won’t mount. However, whatever is the issue, it is not related to the hardware and can be resolved by following some simple steps. So, here we have discussed some useful tips to get rid of the Samsung galaxy tab S sd card problem.
Step by step process is discussed here. So, try them one by one, and you will be able to figure out the actual issue.
Step 1: Restart the device
The first step in resolving the Galaxy tab cannot detect SD card issue is to soft reset your phone. A simple restart can do the trick for you. Just press and hold power and volume up key till the device is switched off. Now, turn it on the back and see if the same issue persists.
Step 2: check the SD card in another device
The problem may lie in the phone or else in the SD card. To check that, unmount the SD card and test it in another device. If the memory card performs there appropriately, then there are some small issue in the phone settings that should be checked. Also, try using any other SD card in your Samsung Galaxy Tab S to see if that same Samsung galaxy tab S sd card problem is still there.
If the tab is able to detect other SD card and that problem SD card is working fine in other devices, then follow the tips here.
- There are times when you are required saying the phone to mount the SD card. For that go to settings > general > storage and select the option ‘Mount the SD card’.
- Back up all the data of the SD card and then reformat it using the FAT32 format.
Hope, this will resolve the Galaxy tab cannot detect the SD card issue in your Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5.