Below you will find all the instructions about how to format a sd card for android phone and Partition it?. All you need is a MicroSD to SD adapter to read the card to your PC and a free program for Windows that allows you to very easily partition this type of devices.I do not say it is a walk, but I assure you that it is much less complex than what you think.
If you want to learn how to format a sd card for android phone and Partition it, the first step you need to do is connect to the Website of MiniTool Partition Wizard and click first on Download from Download.com and then click Download now to download the program on your PC.
When the download is complete open, double-clicking on it, the file you just downloaded (pwhe78.exe) and, in the window that opens, click on Yes and then click Next five times in a row, Install and Finish to complete the installation process and start MiniTool Partition Wizard.
First you must format the contents of the card. This means that you must delete all files stored in it, so have a backup of the data before proceeding with the Guide.
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To format your SD, what you have to do is,click with the right mouse button on the entry for the Primary partition on the drive (be very careful to select the correct drive and not the computer's hard drive or other drive, looking at the capacity of the drive and the drive letters) and click on Delete in the menu that appears. Then reply affirmatively to the warning that pops up and applies the changes to the tab by clicking on the Apply button located at the top left.
When you are finished, you can create your first partition on SD. This is the partition on which you store pictures, videos and other files, and must be formatted in FAT if your card has a capacity not exceeding 2 GB or FAT32 if your card has a storage capacity of more than 4 GB. Click with the right mouse button on the entry for unallocated space on SD (*:) and select Create from the menu that appears.
In the window that opens, set the FAT or FAT32 File system drop down menu, based on parameters list, select the entry Primary from the drop-down menu Create as and use the adjustment bar located at the bottom to select the size of the partition. Finally, to apply the changes, click on OK, then click Apply (top left) and wait while MiniTool Partition Wizard does its work.
After you create the first partition, you can create the second, EXT2 will saved in Android applications. The procedure is easy: you don't have to do is click the right mouse button on the entry for unallocated space on SD (*:) and select Create from the menu that appears.
In the window that opens, set EXT2 in the pulldown menu File System, select the entry Primary from the drop-down menu Create as and uses the adjustment bar which is located at the bottom to select the size of the partition. Apply the changes as seen before and you're done.
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If you've left some space on the card to create a swap partition, repeat the procedure to create a new partition in MiniTool Partition Wizard that we saw twice and select File system as the format type LinuxSwap and the type as Logical partition instead of a Primary. That's it! It was very easy right?