Rooting Kitkat 4.4.4

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  1. Sparkyair

    Sparkyair Junior Member

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    I have a Kocaso MX780 with kitkat 4.4.4 and need to root my tablet because it will not read my 32gb sd card.now when I put it into my computer it says read only and I just bought it,what do I do? I need step by step without bricking my tablet.
     
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    Welcome to the Forum.

    Take a look at the SD as most have a small tab that locks the card in read only mode.
     
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    Thank you for responding so quickly but the link doesn't work, brings me to a blank page
     
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    What link are you referring too?
     
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    The card may be bad. A microSD card can't normally be write protected. Did you try formatting it in the tablet?
     
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    Good catch Lee.. Forgot it is a MSD
     
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    I don't understand about the tab on the card it only goes in one way. Can the card be bad because when I put it in the computer to see if it could see the card it told me it was read only, so I couldn't format as it suggested, because it is read only. As for the tablet it doesn't even see it
     
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    Tablet won't see the card and my computer can't format because it is read only.
     
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    Is this a card about the size of a small finger nail, (microSD) or a full size SD card? Full size cards to have a slider tab to write protect it but I don't know of any tablets that can use that type of card. That may just be me.
     
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    Well the tablet tacks the micro and the computer takes the large one as I put the micro inside the large one for the computer to except it
     
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    I just seen the tab you are talking about and formatted the card in the computer but the tablet still says mount sd and every time I press that it says you can safely "remove it" I am so confused is there anything else I can try?
     
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    I (still) think the card could be bad. The card you are using in the computer is only a holder/adapter for the microSD, not really an SD card. Try formatting the card in the tablet. If it can't do it, replace the card.
     
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    well I don't see any format in the tablet but I see erase and I am afraid of doing that because i have a internal and a nand Idon't want to erase by mistake, plus the computer just formatted the sd card.
     
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    The fact that the computer says it formatted the card doesn't mean the card is 100% good. The problem may be the card reader in the tablet but you may never find out if you don't get another card. A 32GB card should work but you can get a cheap 16 or 8 to test.
     

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