N/APosted on - 12/22/2013
I have this funny issue with my Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014, I have a 32 GB Micro SD card which I am using with my Note and I have noticed before I bought this card, booting was quick, but now the note takes too long to boot, sometimes am being forced to remove the card to allow the Note to boot, what could be the problem? How do I solve this?
SD card slowing boot process on Samsung galaxy Note
This is a very common issue to many Galaxy Note users known as Reboot Loop. You are facing the same problem and here is the way to solve this issue.
Pull out your device’s SD card.
Insert the battery.
Then, restart your device.
When it opens normally, go to Menu >> System Settings >> Wi-Fi >> Menu >> Advanced >> Uncheck “Always allow scanning” and get back to the home page.
Once again, shut down your Galaxy Note.
Insert the SD card, battery.
Replace the rearmost cover.
Turn off the device.
Hope you will have no more issue.
Also, you can format your SD card.
Go to Menu key >> Settings >> Storage.
From the “SD card” section, tap “Format SD card”.
Again, select “Format SD card” to confirm the process.
Don’t forget to backup your data on your SD card.