However when I tried to use this micro SD card with my new Pantech Burst mobile phone, it started giving message that SD card is damaged. Then I checked it with my PC, old mobile and it was working. Now I am little confused an checked again with Pantech Burst and it showed again SD card damaged and asked me to try formatting the card.
So I took the backup of the card, and then choose format from the phone. However after formatting also, it gave the same error. Now I thought it is because of the card incompatibility with phone. But when I put the card back to PC, I found it formatted.
Now how does the card got formatted, if it is not compatible to my phone? I did some research and found the problem.
Now these are the magic steps which made my micro SD card working with my mobile phone.
SD card test in progerss (flash drive can be tested too) SD Card formatter
I recently received my new Pantech Burst P9070 mobile ordered from ebay. I was very much impressed with its performance, but later found the built in AT&T apps very annoying. Though there is an option to hide the apps, it still remained in the ROM. Some cases those apps will be running in the background and consuming some of the precious energy from battery.
So I decided to remove those apps from my Pantech Burst. Since the applications were in ROM, first necessary this is to get the phone rooted. I followed the instructions in this forum.
After rooting, Sysetm ROM Toolbox(which did not show all apps) can be used to remove the system apps(AT&T apps present in ROM) or use ES File Explorer to manually remove.
Now that I have found the real problem, I did the following steps to fix the issue.