So far so good! Had to use the 'rescan' several times. It picked up a few more entries each time, but eventually found all twelve of the audio books on this card, and hasn't done a single unexpected unmount. Thanks for your help!
This saved my phone! I was having random boots on my phone and i was going crazy changing roms, kernels and batteries. Finally gave this app a try. It worked like a magic. The media scanner module in my phone was overloading my cpu usage to the point that cpu would force the phone to shut down. With this app i could control the media scanner. Thanks guys. Keep up your good work.
Cheers The only thing this stupid app did was duplicate every file in my gallery...or so it looked like. After deleting the dupes I noticed ot had deleted the originals as well. So basically, your bullshit app just lost me ever photo and video I had. Thanks a lot guys, I mean really great work...
Testing on Galaxy S5 I'll update this review once I determine its effectiveness. My S5 has been getting the exclamation point icon saying the SD card has been unexpectedly removed once every 4-7 days. Started happening about a month ago, when I wake the phone. It remounts the card almost immediately, every time. 16GB SanDisk SD card, which is about 1-1/2 years old. Was in my old S3 for a little over a year. It's been in this S5 since March 2014.
Verizon Galaxy Note 3 Works great to disable media scanning on boot that sometimes causes boot loops unless sdcard removed. Also note, weird but true, disabling 'always allow scanning' in googles location settings corrects this issue without disabling media scanning. I don't know if they play hand in hand with one another as far as the boot loop with sdcard installed issue but I've disabled both and no more issues. I used to think it was because of installing too many apps to sdcard and would have to copy it to computer and redo
Samsung S5 - When I first started this app it couldn't detect my external sd card. I then quit and open a file manager to find the path to it. Then I started this app again and now suddenly it did find the correct path. Why do I need to run it twice to find the path? And now it's stuck at 33.3% when I scanned my external sd card :( ----- UNINSTALLED -----
- new media scan (support KitKat)
- external sd status
- improved design
- light theme added
- layout updates for tablets
- new settings
- set your sd path manually by text
Fixes the SD Card for Kitkat/Lolipop, and enables you to move apps to SD card .
Interoperability barriers between Android and Mac OS / Windows PC eliminated!