I’m getting an ‘out of space’ warning, that prevents me to take any pic (it’s on the f****g middle of the shutter button), when there’s plenty of space available. Also I can’t choose where pics are being saved (phone/SD card) in the camera menu. Of course I’ve tried to delete some pics, restarting the phone, nothing changes. It’s really getting me nervous, any ideas? (have done a quick search and didn’t find anything useful)
You may have formatted the SD card as internal storage, although it may not look like it, which is why you cannot select it.
Have a look at this guide, which may help clarify your probelem
Android 6 introduced new options for using an SD card in your phone. When you format an SD card or insert a new SD card, you’ll have two options: Internal/phone/adopted storage or external/portable storage. The option that most closely matches older Android versions is the external option.
There are a couple of things to take into account when choosing which option works best for you:
TL;DR: Formatting as internal will allow you to store apps on it and have it encrypted with the system interna…
Ideally if you have formatted the SD card as internal storage it is encrypted. So if you can move the 1.36G to the main memory you maybe able to reformat the card as external.
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Don’t format you sd card as internal storage except if you are sure of the implications!
Formatting the sd card as phone storage is known for breaking things on the phone, and you’re not the first one to report problems that occurred when doing this under android 10. Please reformat your card as external storage and use it like this, although there are some inconveniences with this. I’m also afraid this means you’ll need a #dic:factorydatareset or even…
I just formatted it as portable, now I can take pics again.
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