This issue mostly happens with Android phone’s Micro SD card, digital camera SD card, and other SD cards. The unsupported Micro SD card error usually makes the SD card data unreadable or undetectable.
There are multiple reasons that can trigger this particular error message some of which are:-
- Unsafe removal of SD card without turning off the device.
- Using SD card in different devices and not sure about the security.
- Connecting SD card to a different smartphone with operating systems.
- Reject SD card from computer or laptop without selecting – safely remove hardware option.
- The SD card file system is corrupt or not supported by Android.
Here are a few solutions
- Reboot your phone.
How to Reboot an Android Phone
The easiest way to reboot your Android smartphone is by pressing the power button and holding it down for several seconds. The power button is usually on the right side of the device. After a few seconds, a menu should appear with the Restart option, click on it, and we are good to go.
- Insert and remove the SD card repeatedly.
- Run check disk for fixing errors.
- Check your SD card for hidden files.
How to Check my SD Card for Hidden Files
- Connect the SD card to the USB port of your computer.
- Open the “File Explorer” and then navigate to “Tools then Folder options then View Tab.
- Tick the “Hidden items” box option.
- Check now if you can view the hidden files.
- Format SD card.
How to Format A SD Card
- Open the Settings app and select Device Care.
- At the bottom of the screen, select Storage.
- Select SD Card at the bottom of the page.
- Click on the 3 dot menu button in the top right corner and tap on Storage Settings.
- Select SD Card and then select Format.