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How to unlock & revive SD card after install Windows Phone 7?

Can’t detect your SD card at PC after installed Windows Phone 7? Windows Phone 7 build 7004 XBmod-Yuki ROM v2 will encrypt SD card and make it like a real WP7 phone. Therefore, your SD card is locked. And can’t be detected at all. How to unlock and revive SD card after install Windows Phone 7? You need to install StorageLock in WP7. Then use it to unlock the SD card. Or lock it if you want. After unlocked, you will see 2 partitions on your SD card. You may delete both of them and create FAT32 file type partition so that you can use the SD card again on PC, Android or Windows Mobile. Just follow below step by step guide to do so…

Note – only perform these tasks when you don’t want to use WP7 anymore. Or want to dual boot WP7 and Android (note – just unlock and don’t delete any partition). Else just skip these…

Prerequisites

  • Windows Phone 7
  • Zune Software (link)
  • WP7 Update Cab Sender

How to dual boot Windows Phone 7 and Android on HTC HD2 with 1 SD card?

How to dual boot Windows Phone 7 and Android on HTC HD2? Simple, just get 2 SD cards. One for Windows Phone 7 and another one for Android. By default, phone will boot into WP7 when power on. To load Android, change to another SD card and power on (don’t let go power button) then load into MAGLDR bootloader. Select ‘Boot AD SD’ to load Android. However, it is not very user friendly to bring 2 SD cards all the time. So here is the step by step guide to dual boot Windows Phone 7 and Android on HTC HD2 with 1 SD card. Check out the screenshots for SD card partition details (Disk 3 is the SD card ~ 3.7GB).

Prerequisites

  • Partition Wizard Home Edition installed on PC – link
  • Windows Phone 7 installed on HTC HD2 – link
  • SD MAGLDR Android ROM for HTC HD2 – link

How to revive SD card after install Windows Phone 7 on HTC HD2?

How to revive SD card after install Windows Phone 7 on HTC HD2? Yes, Windows Phone 7 ‘kills’ your SD card during its installation and partition with its own file format. Your SD card is practically useless now unless you revive it by repartition it again. No worry, I just revived my SD card and you can do the same too.

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