More and more devices are now getting the latest Android 4.4 KitKat update. Though KitKat brings many new interesting features, it limits the way MicroSD cards handled on your device. On Android phone and tablet, that has both internal and external SD cards, KitKat will not allow third-party apps to read and write to the external SD card.

You can simply fix the SD card issue on KitKat Android devices with a free app SDFix. The app modifies a system config file and restores the old behavior of Android OS. To use this app, your device must be rooted and have updated with stock Android 4.4 ROM.


Using SDFix is simple. Once installed, all you need to do is launch the app, go through the onscreen instruction and reboot your device. You’re done! However, do it at your own risk!

SD Card fix

Please note that, you only need to use this app on devices running stock ROM. Custom KitKat ROMs are comes by patching the limitation. Also, this app is only useful on devices that have a user-installed MicroSD card. If you have a device without an external SD card option, then this app isn’t useful.

Download SDFix from Play Store

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