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Mobile World Congress 2019

Sonys Press conference from MWC took place end of February
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Xperia E dual kill microSDHC cards is card is full

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Xperia E dual kill microSDHC cards is card is full

Good day,


this problem is reall worse because it become expensive.


Here the facts:


The Xperia E dual support MicroSDHC cards up to 16GByte (at least) but it also happen to my previously 2GByte, 4GByte and 8GByte memory cards.


Since I drive regulary between France, Swiss, Austria, Pologne, Tchechin, Lithunia, Latvia Estonia and Russia, I use the App MapsMe and have reallt 12-14 GByte of maps on the 16 GByte MicroSDHC.


Now I updated the maps and ran out of space.


Now it is not more possibel to delete old files, because the Xperia E dual has set the MicroSDHC to write-protect mode which can not be removed under GNU/Linux, *BSD, Windows or MacOS-X.


The 16GByte MicroSDHC is simply destroyed!


Can be read but noting more.


I have already contacted the SONY Support, but gotten no usefull answer.


Any ideas?


I mean, ideas which do not require to root the device!


Thanks in avance


from Miila/Estonia

Thanks in avance
from Miila/Estonia