Nowadays, all smartphone manufacturers give storage up to 256 GB in their devices, but despite this, many users find this storage less. For this, they resort to memory or SD cards. But sometimes it happens that users accidentally buy fake memory cards, which are completely ruined once they are formatted. The question now arises as to how to identify fake memory cards. So let's tell you how to identify original memory cards today. Tablets, smartphones, cameras, and other mobile devices have to have different memory cards or SD cards. It is also possible that you have had an old memory card. Whether the secure digital card is real or not, or whether the storage provided therein is actually or not. It is very easy to find out all these things now.
First, download the app named SD Insight on your smartphone from the Google Play store. With its help, you can immediately find out about the real card. Download and open the app once and then put the memory card in the phone. Then the name of the card-making company on your screen, the storage capacity in the card, and when the card is created will be known. The information in the packaging should also be according to this. If you have a message on the screen that the "SD card is invalid," there is some defect in the card.
You can format the card once and then check it. If the message on the screen comes, "Origin is unknown," the card may be of a company whose card is not known to the app. Let's say that the storage of the memory card decreases after formatting several times. The memory card may be fake. Often when you buy an SD card, it comes in packing. But even after that, fake cards can come to your hands. So, the next time you buy such a card, you should also tell the shopkeeper how to check and tell him that if the card is fake, you will return it. It is also better for you to always buy a brand memory card and buy from a good shop or site.
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