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Old March 2nd, 2013, 09:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Will these work in our Rezounds? $54.95 this weekend. UHS1 Class 10. My 32 is only half full so I don't really need it, but when I do, they'll be $100 with my luck.

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The Rezound's specs limit us to 32g cards. However, I've read elsewhere that some 64g cards work fine. Perhaps that came about with our upgrade or perhaps a fluke. I'd do plenty of R&D before investing the bucks.
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A SanDisk 64GB card works just fine in my Rezound.
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64GB cards work just fine in the Rezound, although if the file system is not the correct type (FAT32) it will need to be reformatted before use, and he phone doesn't have the capability of formatting it anymore (GB yes, ICS no). If it is not recognized and usable out of the package it will need to be formatted in a external device, like in a PC with a card reader, with a FAT32 file system. Also note that Win7 and newer OSs don't have an option to do that, so an external formatting tool will have to be used or an older version of Windows like XP.
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64GB cards work just fine in the Rezound, although if the file system is not the correct type (FAT32) it will need to be reformatted before use, and he phone doesn't have the capability of formatting it anymore (GB yes, ICS no). If it is not recognized and usable out of the package it will need to be formatted in a external device, like in a PC with a card reader, with a FAT32 file system. Also note that Win7 and newer OSs don't have an option to do that, so an external formatting tool will have to be used or an older version of Windows like XP.
Forgive me of my ignorance, I have one of these cards 64gb, which I formatted to FAT32in my XP machine that has a card reader. However when I either look at the properties of the card while in my PC or Rezound it only shows up as a 32gb. Are there any other ideas you could send my way. TIA

Never mind I put it in my phone and unmounted then erased it, once it remounted it showed up as the correct size.
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