Change file format on andriod without erasing any data Tags: File Format Format Storage Last response: May 31, 2012 9:41 PM in Storage Share alldwahz May 31, 2012 9:33:42 PM any way to change andriod format from fat to nfts without erasing all data??? More about : change file format andriod erasing data wigglerthefish May 31, 2012 9:41:41 PM It isn't possible. You can partition part of the storage, and format that, but you can't change the file format without FORMATTING the drive. Do you have a way to clone your drive, or at least back up all of the files? You can format the storage device, and then place your files back onto it. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedHow to change the file formate without deleting data? Forum Formatting an M2 without erasing the data Forum SolvedRAID HDDs without erasing data? Forum Without formate xp recover windows file lose data Forum SolvedCan I change my motherboard without losing all my data? Forum From external HDD without erasing data Forum How to make hdd hfs or fat 32 from raw format without erasing Forum Can i format without erasing Forum SolvedHow to highlight or change the format of a single word in an excel file Forum Solvedremove windows from a hard drive without wiping program and file data Forum SolvedNeed help in shrinking drive without losing data or formatting Forum SolvedHow to change raw to ntfs without data loss ? Forum SolvedNeed to change new disk FS location without affecting data Forum Solvedmy data was format how to recovery my files Forum how to fix system 32 config file which is corrupted, without reinstalling whole windows through PENDRIVE without losing data Forum SolvedCan you remove Windows 7 without losing files/data? Forum Can i convert my main Hard Drive to GPT format without data loss Forum when i am trying to use pen drive the system shows to format. so how can i retrieve the data without formatting Forum SolvedPartitioning & changing file system format of a Portable HDD Forum refresh reformat format windows 8.1 without losing files or settings = how much DO I loose? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !