Kumar Priyam, 18 Mar 2015How many gb shown in memory card of 64 gb because in 32 gb it shows only 28 gb when I use it i... moreThe OS will show around 59.9 GB but that's not because the SD card manufacturer provides less than they specify, but rather because Windows measures storage on a different scale than the SD card manufacturers. That's why you see 28 GB when the card specifications say that it's a 32 GB card.
How many gb shown in memory card of 64 gb because in 32 gb it shows only 28 gb when I use it in computae or Lumia 730
So I have a cheap android tablet called the d70proII, it runs 4.1.1, I wanted some more space on it and chanced a 64gb class 10 sandisk, I saw this youtube video; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYUg14u_co8 that led me to believe there was a chance it would work. So I tried it, it didn't work out of the box, and although it said it would need to format it before it would on the tablet it didn't.
I plugged it into a usb dongle and in to my home linux laptop blew away the paritions and created a new one doing a mkfs.vfat and once that was done it works on the cheap tablet :)
Someone asked for a video? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYUg14u_co8
Also, more details are here:http://www.androidnz.net/2011/09/sandisk-64gb-micro-sdxc-cards-confirmed.html
LOL!! price of a good cellphone!
Anonymouse, 17 Sep 2011Galaxy S2. The phone formats the card to Fat32 and you get 59.46 GB of space after format. Rea... moreWhat are the file system supported by Android? FAT32 is useless if I want to copy HD movies to my phone.
darkmax, 19 Sep 2011You must be joking right? I have been using a 32GB microSD for the last 2-3 years now! I have ... moreI could be wrong but, there is a definite limitation on FAT32 Cards. Its not 2GB though. Its 4GB's. Any file larger than that would have to be broken up before transfer or you'll have a problem. Formatting to something like NTFS and the like would be the only solution for that.
The SGS2 works with this card if you format Fat 32 before using it. But there is still the limitation from Fat32 until there will be a Costum Rom with NTFS Support.
Anonymous, 18 Sep 2011You will still need to use HDD for large file size over 2GB... SD card will not go over that, ... moreYou must be joking right? I have been using a 32GB microSD for the last 2-3 years now! I have been moving files greater than 2GB frequently
It is the magic of VLSI that these small sized cards can store billions of bits data. I myself am proud to be a VLSI design engineering student :-)
lucky, 18 Sep 2011Now No Need To Carry Hard Disk thnxs......You will still need to use HDD for large file size over 2GB... SD card will not go over that, even thought i know they can be formatted to NTFS, but it just wont work... Please help me prove i'm wrong for 32GB cards and over as I dont have at that range. I tried on 16GB is just work work. Thanks.
Now No Need To Carry Hard Disk thnxs......
Every memory card size is same but u can make big memory in its same size.... Well done .... i salute every scientist. nd engineering to discover This important nd nano technology things....THANK YOU............
WEll done ..i specially thxx to sandisk... nd Specially Thxx to discover memory card....
What's the name of the song in the video, I can't find it. Can someone please help me?
Anonymous, 16 Sep 2011But are those card microSD?Micro SDXC. Micro SDXC can support up to 2 TB. Believe me that in 5 years we will have 1 TB of memory cards.
regs, 17 Sep 2011any OS with exFAT support will work with it without problemsYes, perfectly agree. with a minor or no F/W upgrade recent generation of Smartphones should be able to accept and use even 1TB size of cards.
Will try with my SGS and N8 :)