My SD card (32GB) has been working well (as an external drive, and not formatted by the FP2). Recently I had some other problems and removed the SD card. Had it in the PC card reader, it is readable. Put it back into the phone, where I was not asked how the phone should use it, and where it is not shown either.
I am using Total Commander, but I have not found the SD card, or its content, resp., in any other file manager I have tried. Usually it was somewhere at top level, just below the internal storage (“emulated”). I have forgotten the mount name.
In the other File Manager, I can select the SD card, but it seems to be totally empty (which it definitely isn’t).
Interestingly, there exists FileSystemRoot/sdcard. But it shows the emulated memory, not the sd card.
I want to manually backup as much as I can from the FP2, and the best and fastest way would be via SD card, which is why I ask.
Has anybody ever experienced such, and is there a simple explanation? Since Android is based on Linux, perhaps the mount directory did not get deleted because I did not unmount before removing it? Is that possible? And how could I repair this, if so? Or is that nonsense?
Another thing: I have not inserted the simcard yet. Is there a relation?
I still have no clue.
Thanks in advance for every answer!