Sometimes users of Android smartphones or tablets face an error saying, “Selected SD card by your key input”.
If you see such a message on the screen of your device, it means that it has some problems with the SD card. Here are a few methods to fix it.
You can fix this problem in several ways.
To do this:
Then, try restarting your phone. Most of the time, this helps. If that doesn't help and you still see the error message, try holding two buttons at the same time: the power and volume down. After that, press another two buttons: the power and volume up. This action will help you initiate the cache flush process.
If the recommendations mentioned above don’t help, and you know that everything is OK with your SD card, try formatting the card. This action deletes all data from it, including buggy files that may lead to this error. To do this, insert the card into another device and go to Applications > Settings > Memory. Find your SD card and choose Format > OK.
If the "Selected SD card" error is still bothering you, replace the card. Maybe you just need a new card to fix this error.
None of the methods above helped you fix this issue? Unfortunately, sometimes a system error in the phone is behind the inability to recognize the card. In this case, the user must contact the service center.
This is a card where your phone can download media files or information without slowing down the device. As usual, it doesn’t exist in the device by default.
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