- Mount your SD card using an SD card reader
- Right click on the drive, select properties
- Go to Tools tab, under Error-checking, click Check now
- On Check disk options, check both "Automatically fix file system errors" and "Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors"
- Click Start!
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Fix Damaged SD Card error on Android
I often get this error on my Android phone since I got a class 2 16gb SD card. It might be that this SD card is faulty my phone just doesn't work well with this specific card. But anyway, it still works! Before, whenever I get the "Damaged SD Card" error I copy all my SD card files to my PC, then format the SD card and copy it back. This works, but it takes a lot of time especially if you have a large SD card. Another easier way I found is use the "Check Disk" function of Windows 7 (I'm not sure about previous Windows versions). Follow this guide: