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SDHC have a maximum of 64 GB capacity. But yeah, that's why I am asking. I only have SDHC cards, no SDXC, so I can't test compatibility. Su6 most likely only supports SDHC, though.

Edited by Umrtvovacz

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There's an UFSD module that is loaded on init and ZTE has also modified vold (volume daemon) in the stock ROM to support this. This is most likely to support exFAT/NTFS and sdcards bigger than 32gb.

<4>[01-01 00:33:46.969] [4][326: insmod]ufsd: module license 'Commercial product' taints kernel.
<4>[01-01 00:33:46.969] [4][326: insmod]Disabling lock debugging due to kernel taint
<5>[01-01 00:33:46.979] [4][326: insmod]ufsd:: trace mask set to 0000000f
<5>[01-01 00:33:46.979] [4][326: insmod]ufsd: driver (lke_9.1.0 lke_9.1.0_r246564_b5, LBD=ON, ioctl, bdi, sd2(0), fua, bz, tr) loaded at bf000000
<5>[01-01 00:33:46.979] [4][326: insmod]exFAT support included
<5>[01-01 00:33:46.979] [4][326: insmod]optimized: speed
<5>[01-01 00:33:46.979] [4][326: insmod]Build_for__ZTE_p839v55_a5.0_k3.10_2015-04-03_lke_9.1.0_r246564_b5
<5>[01-01 00:33:46.979] [4][326: insmod]
<5>[01-01 00:33:46.979] [4][326: insmod]ufsd: exfat can't store dates before Jan 1, 1980. Please update current date
I/Vold:UFSD(  258): UFSD support version: $Id: UFSD.h 230632 2014-06-23 13:57:12Z Ivan.Zorin $/$Id: UFSD.cpp 230632 2014-06-23 13:57:12Z Ivan.Zorin $
I/Vold:UFSD(  258): checking device: /system/bin/chkufsd -a -f /dev/block/vold/179:65
I/chkufsd (  258): Failed to detect filesystem
I/chkufsd (  258): Unknown FileSystem
I/chkufsd (  258): chkufsd terminated by exit(9)
E/Vold:UFSD(  258): Filesystem check failed (not a UFSD filesystem)

 

Edited by KonstaT

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Has anyone tried a 128gb micro sdxc yet?

 

well I just bought one today and it works fine with my 128gb micro sdxc! 

It seems to scan it just as fast as my s5 did. 

 

Well impressed with this phone for the money! 

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No. Just ordered a £14.99 64gb sdxc 90mb/s card that's compatible. It should get all my music on it, just.

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On 29/08/2015 at 11:00 PM, fluxcapacitor said:

no what? If you mean no to 128gb, it does 

 

Screenshot_2015-08-29-22-59-34.png

 

I've been temporarily using the 32GB microSD from my old phone, but was looking at upgrading the storage. Was about to post a new thread as I had initially searched for microSD and couldn't find anything.

Which model 128GB microSD did you use? Anyone else with this size card, a SanDisk, Kingston, Samsung, Toshiba, Integral etc?

Edited by DaveSimonH
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3 hours ago, DaveSimonH said:

 

I've been temporarily using the 32GB microSD from my old phone, but was looking at upgrading the storage. Was about to post a new thread as I had initially searched for microSD and couldn't find anything.

Which model 128GB microSD did you use? Anyone else with this size card, a SanDisk, Kingston, Samsung, Toshiba, Integral etc?

That question should never need to be asked; SanDisk - keep buying SanDisk and have a trouble free flash storage experience.

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