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Honest to god this is what I tried and it worked. I took a ear bud (the little thingys with cotton on one end.. cotton swab).. and wet it with nail polish remover. Then I cleaned the contacts (which were looking very neat and clean to begin with!!) and then wiped it off with a restaurant napkin.. the one that they keep on your table to wipe your mustache.. ...
Then.. Goto Bash.. Search "Disks" and Open it.. . Select Memory card.. You'll be able to see that 32MB is used and rest is Free Memory.. . Clear the used memory( i.e. 32MB) . You'll be with all free space in Memory card.. . Now Format it.. With all 0's..
It simply need all partitions to be removed. Create New Primary Partition and Format it with All O's.
Since posting I've continued digging and found several resources surrounding the issue and though I'd note them here. on OSX if you have Xcode installed there are utilities that are useful in the /Dev*/App*/Util*/ directory... specifically USBProber.app and IORegistryExplorer.app in USBProper there is a check box for "Probe suspended devices". once checked ...
The filesystem has gone likely read-only due to same damage, as you've guessed. fsck should fix it. Since you care about your data, and it's a relatively small device, I recommend taking a full disk image first, with something like cp /dev/sdb /root/sdcard-backup.img or pv -pterb -s 7948206080 /dev/sdb > /root/sdcard-backup.img if you have pv. When you ...
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