Problem with Moonse E7002 Reading SD Card

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  1. warpoolr

    warpoolr Member

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    I believe I own a Haipad M701/Moonse E7002 tablet, anyway the manual says it is a MID F518. It's the kind that the micro SD card sticks out a bit. Anyway, I can't seem to get the thing to recognize the SD card. It only seems to know/use the nand (whatever that is). I'm a real newbie, but I've downloaded many apps that should recognize an SD card - none do.

    Is this a problem with me, the machine or the firmware? Thanks for your input.
     
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    Have you tried a different microsd card? I have a generic cheap 8gb card that is recognised in my PC and other devices, but hangs my tablet. Even after formatting multiple times. I gave up and went and bought a Kingston 8gb...

    Also, it may help if you use the sd card formatting utility, available from the official sd card site.
     
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    The m701 makes a indicating sound when you insert a SD card (same sound as when you boot the Pad)
    so if there is no sound the Pad does not recognize that a card was inserted.
    so, after you did what wiresquire sugested (format SD card on PC and try a different card)
    and you still hear no sound and get no notification in the status bar
    you very probably have a pad with a defect SD-card slot. =(

    p.s. SD cards must be formated in FAT32.
     
  4. warpoolr

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    I've tried two different sd cards but neither have worked. I take that back , unless I was dreaming one played an mp3 for a few minutes (poorly & very choppy) before giving out. I sure hope the sd slot isn't dead! I'll try another sd card...
     
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    hmm... i play 1080p videos from the SD card,
    that is about 10 times as much data compared to MP3.
    If your SD slot is not dead it is at least gangreaous. =(
     
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    My condolences. :(
     

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