Super PAD 3 - SD card mount question

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    I have purchased a new Super PAD3. Generally I am very happy with it's performance etc. However, I have a problem in unmounting the SD Card and the USB Drive.
    The instruction manual refers me to 'Setting' - sdcard - unmount. There does not appear to be any such utility. I am missing something? Can anyone point me the right direction.
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    Open the "MyPad" app, and your USB drive or SD card will show up as separate tabs. Click the appropriate tab, and down on the bottom of the screen you will see "Unmount."
     
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    Are you sure that there is an 'SD' card in your pad?

    As far as I can tell the internal memory (16Gb on my tablet) is partitioned to apps and os. There is a 512Mb swap area.

    You don't have to mount or unmount the 'SD' card.

    I guess you may have to unmount a USB memory stick.

    The only other external attachement is the TF card ( rans-flash?)

    I'm new to the pad - still finding my way around.
     

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