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how eject micro sd card on M6

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Post time 2019-11-25 23:38:29 |Show all posts |
Hi,
how could unmount the micro sd card on M6?
for example, for switch "on the fly" from two or more library.

Maybe a button in the status bar with the eject shortcut will help for this action.

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Post time 2019-11-26 10:48:51 |Show all posts |
Dear friend,

You would like to unplug the SDcard or just unmount it in the M6 without unplugging the card???

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Post time 2019-11-26 15:29:01 |Show all posts |
FiiO replied at 2019-11-26 10:48
Dear friend,

You would like to unplug the SDcard or just unmount it in the M6 without unplugging th ...

Hi,
on M6 powered on, I want to switch to another music library, than, unmount first and unplugging for exchange the card.

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Post time 2019-11-28 11:52:49 |Show all posts |
Dear friend,

You could just unplug the first card, and then plug the second card. The M6 could recognize the second card at that time.

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Post time 2019-11-28 16:59:28 |Show all posts |
FiiO replied at 2019-11-28 11:52
Dear friend,

You could just unplug the first card, and then plug the second card. The M6 could reco ...

When doing this with the M5 (I don't have an M6) this sometimes (but not always) results in a dirty exFAT file system. Then I get a warning message when mounting the micro SD card in a card reader on my Linux PC.
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Post time 2019-11-28 17:55:15 from mobile |Show all posts |
FiiO replied at 2019-11-28 11:52
Dear friend,

You could just unplug the first card, and then plug the second card. The M6 could reco ...

hi,
just unplug without unmount the card first? really? the filesystem of the card maybe get corrupted after some unplug and replug
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Post time 2019-11-29 17:11:35 |Show all posts |
If you are afraid about that. You could turn off the M6 before unplugging the card. We having meet the issue using the cards on our hand currently.

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FiiO replied at 2019-11-29 17:11
If you are afraid about that. You could turn off the M6 before unplugging the card. We having meet t ...

Powering down the M5 does not help me, sometimes the SD card still shows as not cleanly unmounted.

(I don't have the M6, so I can't test with it)
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Post time 2019-12-3 09:56:06 |Show all posts |
Dear friend,

So you could still read the files from the sd card after unplugging it???

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Post time 2019-12-3 18:27:45 |Show all posts |
FiiO replied at 2019-12-3 09:56
Dear friend,

So you could still read the files from the sd card after unplugging it???

I have noticed no damaged files, but the computer complained about the dirty filesystem and performed a filesystem check.

(I would be really worried if I wouldn't have multiple backup copies)
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Post time 2019-12-4 16:02:55 |Show all posts |
Maybe your computer doesn't support FAT32 file system?

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Post time 2019-12-4 18:03:37 |Show all posts |
FiiO replied at 2019-12-4 16:02
Maybe your computer doesn't support FAT32 file system?

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Trust me, this is not the problem.

And it is a 128GB microSD card, so i this case it is exFAT, not FAT32.
I'm talking about the "Volume Dirty" flag in byte 0x6a of the Volume Boot Record (VBR), which should be cleared during a successful unmount (eject).
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