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Old December 15th, 2011, 04:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Is it compatible with a 64gb USB Flash ?

I've connected it succesfully through a peripheral with a 16gb Patriot but it does not recognize a 64gb Patriot. Any ideas ? Thanks.

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I only use my 32GB and it is formatted for NTFS. In order to be able to use that I use an app call USB Mass Storage Watcher to mount it. You need root for it to work.
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Thumbs down A 32 gb upper limit for the Tablet

Thank you for the tip.
I did understand that the problem is the 32gb limit. Neither 64gb exFAT or NTFS did work, unlike the 16 gb FAT.

Any clues for how to settle it ?
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Thank you for the tip.
I did understand that the problem is the 32gb limit. Neither 64gb exFAT or NTFS did work, unlike the 16 gb FAT.

Any clues for how to settle it ?
Use something like Minitool Partition WIzard to format the stick to FAT32 or NTFS and use the method I posted.

Root + USB Mass Storage Watcher to mount the drive. The tab will not do it on its own.
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