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Old January 23rd, 2014, 06:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello, I have recently purchased a 64GB microSD card in hopes of using it in my Samsung Galaxy Player 3.6. I have seen people do it before with my same device. I don't know what I'm doing wrong. I will sometimes format it in the device and it will register as a 64GB card with 59GB of usable storage and whatnot. But when I go to power off the device/restart it, it immediately shows it as a broken microSD card again. I have tried to format it in the computer as all formats. All advice is extremely appreciated. Thanks!

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Old January 23rd, 2014, 07:22 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The device only takes 32gb cards
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People have gotten it to work with 64GB microSD cards, and that's what I'm asking about.
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Officially it's only 32GB max. Anything larger, you're very much on your own. It may work with certain brands and types.
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If you seeking to put higher cards this come with trial and error so if u destroy the device in any way shape or form your on your own. In order to get this to work requires you to alter a file . one shot deal if u mess up destroyed cause this device and any other android needs SD card to store temporary cache
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Okay, i'd be just fine with trying to alter this file. Do you know how it's done?
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According to contributors to this XDA thread, 64GB SDXC microSD cards will work fine with the GP 3.6 provided:

(a) they are formatted FAT32 by the device
(b) they aren't Sandisk Class 10 cards; Class 6 ones are okay, as are Class 10 cards from other manufacturers.
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