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All the literature states 32GB. Has anybody tried a 64 or know why this is? Perhaps the interface is only HC compatible?

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All the literature states 32GB. Has anybody tried a 64 or know why this is? Perhaps the interface is only HC compatible?

 

64Gb has been tested as working, but they do not say what type:

http://www.engadget....co-hudl-review/


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I'm sure in one of the threads someone confirmed they were using a 64GB card. I'll have a look and post the link ...

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Yes here it is - 'jamesglanville' has successfully tested such a card (http://www.modaco.co...our-hudl/page-4).


I'd bought and use the 32GB version of this card.

Edited by CaptainMidnight, 27 October 2013 - 08:26 PM.

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As long as it's formatted to FAT32, any capacity of micro SD card should work fine. The SDXC standard (i.e. cards 64GB+) is backwards compatible with SDHC devices, except that SDXC cards come pre-formatted to exFAT, which Android doesn't support. Formatting to FAT32 makes it work. There are multiple reports mentioned above that 64GB cards have been successfully tested.


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Thanks guys. Makes sense now.

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Thanks guys. Makes sense now.

 

You're extremely welcome :) and remember... if in doubt, choose Sandisk!


Edited by glossywhite, 27 October 2013 - 11:46 PM.

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I can confirm that the Samsung Pro 64gb Micro SDXC also works with no issues so far.

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