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SD card password protect

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How can I apply a password to my SD Card?

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If you are using the SD card in a phone with Android 4.0/4.1 operating system, then you can apply a password using the Store section found in your Settings menu.

Another possibility is to use Folderlock to password protect the entire area of your SD card. I am giving you these alternatives and solutions as they are commonly used among users.

asked Feb 9, 2013 by (120 points)
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What is the master password, for just in case I forget my password?
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i have samsung galaxy s3 (android 4.0), and i cant find where i must go to apply a password to my memory card ? i saw everythig in the menu, can you explain me step by step plz ?
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I'm using Galaxy Trend Lite with Android 4.1 but in Setting / Storage there is no option to apply a password to my SD card.
Could you give a guide to find it ?
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Hi i;am from IRAN countary and cant wrote english carefully excuse me
Me have galaxy pocket android 4.0.4 if you want insert a password in to your SD you
firset: you should set firset a encrypt password for your device *setting>security>encryption>encrypt device"
When in secend level:
Go to Setting>Security>Encryption>Encrypt SD card
And set a password to your SD
If you understand pleade send an email for me: 1374mn@gmail.com
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If you don't mind, you can try the USB security. It's not only designed to password protect USB flash drives, you can also use it to protect the content in your SD card.

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