Why do files disappear from my SD card?
Sounds like a corrupted file allocation table. Could be a bad card or the result of a transfer process that didn’t complete. I would reformat the card in exFAT format in the computer with quick format option turned off so that the card is verified. This is the first thing to do to rule out a bad card.
Should you turn off phone before removing SD card?
When I first got an Android phone, I thought the only safe way to remove the SD card was by first turning off the device. But that isn’t the case, as you can usually just unplug it without problems. But, to be on the safe side, it’s a best practice to safely unmount an SD card before you remove it.
Can I remove my SD card from my phone?
You can do this via Settings -> SD card and phone storage -> Unmount SD card . You can certainly corrupt data and cause application crashes if you don’t do this first. Yes you will be able to remove the SD Card as Mathew said in his answer. First you need to Unmount SD Card from Settings and then remove the SD Card.
Why does my phone say SD card unexpectedly removed?
If your SD card is not formatted, the “not formatted” error will cause your phone to be unable to read the card, and send the message “SD card unexpectedly removed”. In this case, reformatting the SD card can remove the constantly generated error message. Formatting an SD card would erase all existing data on it.
Why does my phone not read my SD card?
Clean your SD card lightly Poor contact can cause SD card not detected or recognized problem. In order to make it work again, you can remove the SD card, and then gently rub the copper piece with a rubber eraser. If necessary, also clean the SD card slot on your handset. This usually works if your SD card gets dirty.