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Rescan SD Card! is what I use on my devices, and I'm pretty satisfied with it. Just re-checked the details on the app's page, and see it was even updated to work with Kitkat (Android 4.4; there have been changes applied to that Android version which rendered most Rescan apps inoperable). How does this app match your requirements? free: It comes at no cost. ...


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I'm not sure if it's any good, but I was reading about this one earlier. Seems to be brand new. Looks promising in the screenshot the author provided. True Capacity is an open-source tool that checks flash drives and memory cards for a fake capacity. It's a Bash script, so it's not cross-platform; Linux only. It performs 2 tests. Test 1 writes data and ...


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Found so far H2testw. In general, it's in German, but English execution is possible. Mainly it's for Windows, but there are the following alternatives: F3 (Fight Flash Fraud) by Michel Machado - an alternative to h2testw (GitHub sources), Open source Linux software to test flash memory capacity. F3X GUI for F3 sdspeed - SD Card Speed Test (GitHub ...


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You can use Widgetsoid which can create a Unmount SD Card widget in your homescreen Or You can use QuickShortCut Maker or Activity Launcher to create a short cut in your homescreen for the Unmount SD Card Activity. Unmount SD Card activity is com.android.settings/com.android.settings.Settings$StorageSettingsActivity


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You could give a try GNOME Partition Editer (GParted). GParted Live is a small bootable GNU/Linux distribution for x86 based computers. Features GParted enables you to easily manage your disk partitions: Create partition tables, (e.g., msdos or gpt) Create, move, copy, resize, check, label, set new UUID, and delete partitions Enable and disable partition ...


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You could try creating a spanned volume, which is a built-in feature of Windows. Have a look at the instructions detailed here.


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