If you have Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge smartphone and you are facing the problem with your SD card that you are using on your Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone. Then don’t worry.

Some Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge smartphone users say that they are getting notification after restarting their smartphone that their MicroSD card is corrupted. But after the restarting, this notification disappears from the screen, and you can all use all files that you can store on your MicroSD Card. In the most time, the MicroSD card stops working completely.

If you are one of them and facing such kind of issues with your Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge smartphone then you are the right place, here we have mentioned the whole detail about all errors and issues of Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge MicroSD card.

Some Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge smartphone users also reported having to encounter issues like “they cannot access file of their MicroSD card.” But sometimes, you should format your MicroSD card before using it on your Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge smartphone. So, your smartphone can read and scan faster.

Here, below we have mentioned all errors, issues, and reasons for the MicroSD cards, which you are getting on your Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphone. So don’t worry and read the below-mentioned steps to fix such an issue on your Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge smartphone.

Fixing Galaxy S7 SD Card Corrupted Issue

How to Fix Galaxy S7 SD Card Corrupted.

If the MicroSD card has been corrupted suddenly, Try wiping the cache option on your smartphone. This might clear temporary cache from your device.


Fix it by Wiping Cache

If you are facing this kind of issue with your Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphone then below mentioned steps may help you to fix your problem.

Some smartphone user says that after restarting their phone they get the notification on the smartphone that their MicroSD card is corrupted. And after restarting the smartphone, the notification disappears, and then all the files become usable. If you are one of them that facing such a problem with their Samsung Galaxy S7 Smartphone, then you can follow the below-mentioned steps to fix this issue on your smartphone.

Step 1: Turn off the Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone

Step 2: Now, press and hold the “Home” Button and “Volume UP” button and “Power” button at the same time

Step 3: When the logo appears on the display of the smartphone, you have to release the “Power” button, While keep holding the “Home” button and “Volume Up” button

Step 4: When you see the Android logo on the smartphone screen, you can release both buttons

Step 5: Now, you can navigate options using the Volume Down key. Here, you have to select “Wipe Cache Partition” option

Step 6: Once you select the Wipe Cache Partition, just press the “Power” button to select it

Step 7: In the next screen, you have to choose the “Yes” option using the Volume Down button and Just press the “Power” button to select it

Step 8: Now wait until the device completed the wiping process

Step 9: In the next screen, select the Reboot option and press the Power button to complete the action

If the above mentioned does not work on your Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone, then you can also follow below-mentioned steps to reset your Galaxy S7 smartphone via Recovery Mode. You can follow this below mentioned steps to perform factory data reset via Recovery mode of your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge smartphone.

To boot into Recovery mode, only you have to press the key combination of physical keys of your smartphone the follow below-listed steps to do factory data reset. Before performing the factory data reset, do backup your all smartphone data to your computer. This process will delete you all user-data from your smartphone. So it is required to create a complete backup of your Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone.

Here are the few steps to do factory data reset on your Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone

  • Turn off the Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone
  • Press and hold the “Home” Button and “Volume UP” button and “Power” button at the same time
  • When the logo appears on the display of the smartphone, you have to release the “Power” button, While keep holding the “Home” button and “Volume Up” button
  • When you see the Android logo on the smartphone screen, you can release both buttons
  • You can navigate options using the Volume Down key. Here, you have to select “Wipe Data/Factory Reset” option
  • Once you select the Wipe Data/Factory Reset, just press the “Power” button to select it
  • In the next screen, you have to choose the “Yes” option using the Volume Down button and Just press the “Power” button to select it
  • Now wait until the device completed the wiping process
  • In the next screen, select the Reboot option and press the Power button to complete the action

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Pictures and videos saved on the MicroSD card disappeared

If you are one of them and you are facing such issue with your Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone. If you are facing this issue with your Samsung Galaxy S7 Smartphone that it just means, that your smartphone can’t read your MicroSD card properly for some reason. So, in this situation, you have to unmount the SD card and get your MicroSD card out from your smartphone.

Then use the MicroSD card reader and let your computer to read the MicroSD card. Once you insert Card reader into your computer’s USB port, check that your computer can read your MicroSD card properly. If your computer can read your MicroSD card, then, first of all, try to get the backup of all your saved data on MicroSD Card.

If you are able to get backup of your all data. Then back up all saved data to your computer. Then, you have to format the MicroSD card via computer to wipe all junk data. After formatting the MicroSD card, you can insert again into your Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone to check for the issue. If you are still facing such a problem, then we suggest you use a different SD card for your phone.

Before using the different MicroSD card to your Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone, you have to format your smartphone to clear all old junk data from your device. To format the Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone, follow below-mentioned steps:

  • Press the home button to visit the Home screen, then tap the Apps icon
  • From the App Drawer, find “Settings” and tap on it to open
  • Now scroll and tap on the “Backup and Reset” option
  • Now select the Factory Data to reset option to reset your smartphone
  • You have to read the warning and tap on Reset device button to complete the action
  • If your Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone is secured with Password, PIN, Pattern or Fingerprints lock, then follow instruction to continue
  • Now you have to tap on “Delete All” option

Now your Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone will reset and then restart automatically. Now you can insert your new MicroSD card to your device.


The Galaxy S7 showing up “SD Card for transferring photos and media” notification

If your Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone is showing the “SD Card for transferring photos and media” notification in the notification bar. And, if you are one of them who are facing such issue with their Galaxy S7 smartphone then this solution may help you to fix your issue that you are facing with your smartphone.

If you are facing such issue on your smartphone that it just means it might be a software problem of your device or it also happens that your MicroSD card has the issue. To fix this issue, we suggest you use this MicroSD card with other smartphone and check that the MicroSD card is working or not. If the MicroSD card is working properly with another smartphone then visit your nearest Samsung Care to have the Galaxy S7 checked.

If the memory card is not working properly with another smartphone, then follow below-mentioned steps to fix this issue.

  • In this situation, you have to unmount the MicroSD card
  • Remove the MicroSD card
  • Using the MicroSD Card Reader and let your computer to read the card
  • Once you insert Card reader into your computer’s USB port, check that your computer can read your MicroSD card properly
  • If the computer can read, then try to get backup of all your saved data
  • Now, you have to format the MicroSD card via computer

After formatting the MicroSD card, you can insert again into your Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone to check for the issue. If the issue still coming, then we suggest you use a different SD card for your phone.

We hope you have used this guide to fix your corrupted microSD card error on your smartphone. Have you ever came up with such an issue? How to you resolve such issue if you face this kind of situation. Share your comments below.

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