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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Form 843 Erased

Instructions and Help about Form 843 Erased

Hey guys, it's David here from filmbuff.com. Today, I'm going to show you how to format your SD card on an Android phone. So, the first thing you're going to want to do is go to your home screen and press the menu button. From there, hop into the settings. Once you're in the settings screen, look for something along the lines of "memory" or "SD and phone storage." In my case, it's under "SC and phone storage." Click on that option. You will see the option to format your SD card, but it's actually grayed out. It won't work if you try clicking on it now. What you need to do first is unmount the SD card. You can do this by clicking on the "unmount" button and then confirming with OK. After unmounting, you will need to wait for a little bit. Once the unmounting process is complete, you will notice that the format SD card option is no longer grayed out. Click on it to proceed. A warning message will appear, informing you that you will lose all the data on the SD card. Only proceed with formatting if you have already backed up your data or if your memory card is corrupted. If you decide to continue, click on "format" again to confirm the action. It will then prompt you one more time to make sure you want to erase everything. At the top of the screen, you will see a message saying "preparing SD card." Once that is complete, your SD card will be completely empty. That's all for today's tutorial. Thank you for watching the video and don't forget to visit filmbuff.com for more cellphone news, reviews, and how-tos.