Android - No Option for SD card on Devices with non-Standard Filesystem This issue affects some Android users with SD card-enabled devices. Devices that use a non-standard filesystem or SD path will not appear as available when changing the root folder in Gaia GPS. Have more questions? Submit a request 5 Comments Date Votes 0 dms1 April 28, 2017 03:41 Will this be fixed for Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 in the future? Also any chance of Samsung multi mode being supported in the future? 0 Ashli Baldwin April 28, 2017 15:14 Hi, It may be working for you already, but the SD path name is convoluted. If you go to change your root folder in Gaia GPS, Samsung users should look for a file path like /storage/xxx-xxxx (where x's are random numbers). No plans for multi mode just now, but you could make an official feature request here: https://help.gaiagps.com/hc/en-us/community/topics/200577988-Android-Feature-Requests 0 LisaFrederic May 06, 2017 16:31 Mine says /storage/emulated/0/ or just SD card I bought the Samsung Tab 3 for the sole purpose of using gaiagps on it, got a micro sd card to be able to download the maps - but am I correct in that there is no current means of using it? (Otherwise I am thrilled with gaiagps!) 0 Ashli Baldwin May 08, 2017 15:26 Hi Lisa, If you have an option that says 'SD Card', definitely select that one, and everything should work great. If that isn't working for you, please email support and I can take a closer look! 0 LisaFrederic May 10, 2017 15:17 It is now working (after deleting the app and reloading it). Thank you so much! What great service and a really great app! Please sign in to leave a comment.