The EXT 2 format is a format used for the SD card in a cell phone running the Android operating system. If you are using the EXT 2 format on your Android's SD card, it will not be compatible with the Windows operating system. If you want to mount the SD card onto your Windows computer, you will need to mount it through the Android phone. You don't have to be an Android expert to mount the SD card on your system. You can do it yourself with little hassle and minimal knowledge of the phone.
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Things you need
- USB cable
Connect the USB cable that came with your phone to the USB connection on your phone.
Connect the USB cable to your computer's USB port.
Wait for the prompt on your phone and click the "Mount" option.
Click the "Start" button on your computer and then click the "Computer" option.
Click the "Android Phone" icon on your phone and then click the "SD Card" icon in the menu.
Wait for the SD card window to mount on your system with the files stored on the card.
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