Would rate 0 if I could Because that's what it does. NOTHING! Says Sd card update started and that's all. I even took my sd card out and it says the same thing. Don't waste your time.
Finds only some files. Bad UI. This program just doesn't find all new files. It seems to find about one new file every second time I run it. And there is no feedback of the progress or success/failure. The messages which pop up are shown only for a couple of seconds, so if you are not staring at your screen without blinking you'll probably miss some message. (The app from radefffactory actually works.)
Crazy easy..... I literally spent 2 hrs. looking for a fix for the S5 kitkat issue......When I first came across it I didn't take seriously comparing it to the competition........Defeated/bored, I took the chance I should of taken from the beginning........2 seconds....No BS.....thats all it took.......f%#$ing genius.........thank you....
Saved Sony from my fists. This app doesn't give much feedback or indication that it's finished doing anything once you launch it, but thank God it worked. A routine Xperia update pretty much wrecked ALL my SD installed apps, and no amount of reseating, forced rescans or space saving efforts helped for sheeeeit. Needs some kind of frontend for feedback, but it damn well works! (I assume it's got compatibility restrictions, which is why so many others have issues.)
Fixed my missing media I accidentally put a .nomedia file on my system directory and all my media file had disappeared. This app made them all reappear! I've tried a bunch and this one actually worked! Thanks!
Does NOT run on my Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini being on KitKat (4.4.2) On my Samsung Galaxy S5 mini running stock Android 4.4.2 (rooted) it doesn't work. A toast message says that it will scan X files and Y Folders and then the CPU load increases noticeable during some time. Then I wait a long time (tested with up to 2 hours). Then I open the stock gallery application and new media files I added manually before launching this app still don't show up. A fix would be very much appreciated.
Change log v1.4:
-Workaround for KitKat.
Change log v1.3:
- Removed android.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE which slipped in somehow
- Fixed potential null pointer
- Added support for some more devices
Change log v1.1:
- Added check for unmounted sd card.
- Added support for some Motorola devices. (Thanks to Michael Wendell!)