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Mar 18, 2014, 7:11:04 PM via Website
Mar 18, 2014 7:11:04 PM via Website
Write to SD card on Android 4.4.2 KitKat
Back up your data! The following procedure can lead to the deletion of the entire user data. In addition, the rooting is risky. If you do not follow the procedure correctly, your 3 Note could be bricked. Neither AndroidPIT or myself will be held responsible.
To install the corrective software, you must have rooted your Galaxy Note 3 and CWM installed. If you want to root the Note 3, take a look at this tutorial.
1 . Download the following file: extsdcardfix-flashable.zip and unzip it.
2 . Copy the file on your internal sd card (on the root of the phone).
3 . Turn off your Galaxy Note 3 and reboot into recovery mode (home + volume down + power ) .
4 . With the volume buttons, move the cursor to install zip and confirm with the power button.
5 . With the same method, select the ''choose the zip from sdcard'' option, retrieve the file that you copied earlier.
6 . Select Yes and confirm.
7 . Return to the main menu with go back.
8 . Choose reboot now.
Now you can save your data on your SD card!
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