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TinkerBoard S cannot detecting SD Card

I have set up a new TinkerBoard S booted up from onboard eMMC. I have also inserted as SD card into the SD card slot.
I reboot it again buy still cannot see the additional storage (SD Card) on the file explorer.

What should i do to make the SD card visible?
Open a console and type
dmesg |tail
after inserting the SD card.
Post it over here.
Light blue words might be a link. Have you try to click on them? Big Grin
I actually have the same issue if I use the onboard 16GB drive as the default booting partition. I cannot detect the SD card and thus not able to use the SD card as the extra storage. So I end up using the SD card as the default booting partition and forget about the onboard storage. The Extreme SanDisk card is much faster than the onboard storage and I am really happy about it.
Did you try anothor SD Card?
It happen also with ALarm. Starting from eMMC, won't see any SD card inserted.
Light blue words might be a link. Have you try to click on them? Big Grin

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