Wm8650 sawee10 10" tablet: need help with mounting of external micro sd card

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  1. jenom

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    My freshly purchased WM8650 10" sawee10 tablet has a problem reaching its external microSD card, most likely due to incorrect settings/mounting/linking.
    Tried with 4 different cards (1-2GB), formatted as FAT and FAT32, .....no change
    The 2 USB port working fine, they show up as udisk1 and udisk2 in file manager.
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    When I open a file manager, it lists 3 related directories in the MAIN / (root) : sdcard , sdcard1, sdcard2

    When open directory "/sdcard/", it shows content of the MAIN /

    When open directory "/sdcard1/" , it shows the content of the INTERNAL MEMORY, such as LazyList, download, Flash_Player,Android,DCIM,mobitibi, TunnyBrowser, .....

    When open directory "/sdcard2/", it shows again content of the MAIN /
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    In /mnt/ directory there are 3 directories : /secure/ , /asec/ , /sdcard/
    When I open "/mnt/sdcard/" directory, it shows contents of the INTERNAL MEMORY, LazyLIst, download, Flash_Player,......
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    Any apps I am downloading also goes to the INTERNAL MEMORY /download/
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    From my little experience with linux, I think the problem is somewhere in the settings/config file, how is the external microSD device is mounted (linked to a directory in a file system).....if remember, in linux the config files were called "fstab" and "mtab"

    Could someone please provide info, how this can be done properly, and also which apps I need to open/see/edit configuration and init files ?

    Thanks!
     
    Last edited: Dec 3, 2011
  2. jenom

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    Well, discovered , if I turn on tablet, with TF card installed, the card gets mounted as LOCAL in file manager.
    So I just keep card in all the time, if I change it, I need to reboot !
     

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