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  1. Jore

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    Does the note support?
     

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    Type 64gb into 'Search this Forum' for more info. It's not clear cut, I'm afraid.
     
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    Absolutely right. My note 10.1 is a UK Spec wi-fi only model, and would not read a 64gig card straight out of the box. They are formatted in exFat out of the box. Some Note tablets are reported to read this but mine won't.

    In the end I had to format the card in an SXDC card reader using my pc and a program that allows you to format a fat32 partition that is larger than 32bytes. The 32 gbyte limit is a windows restriction, not a fat32 limit.
     
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    l have a 64GB on mine when I first Installed it i had a small problem with transferring files.Used CheckDisc and issue was solved.

    before this i formatted card with fat 32 file system.

    -Sent using the force
     
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    What brand of sd card did u use? I tried SanDisk and didn't work, did some research and ended up formatting it in my s3 still doesn't work. I use the exact same one in my s3 and it works fine but not in my note :-( doesn't even recognise it to perform format :mad:
     
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    Does it not only work correctly in the note after the jelly bean update!.
     
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    You need to format it on your PC using something like GUI Format that will allow you to format it to FAT32 instead of exFAT.

    Not true at all.
     
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    It works! Nice one! Xx
     
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    SanDisk Ultra 64 GB MicroSDXC Class 10 UHS-1 Memory Card with Adapter (SDSDQU-064G-AFFP-A)
    Amazon.com: SanDisk Ultra 64 GB MicroSDXC Class 10 UHS-1 Memory Card with Adapter (SDSDQU-064G-AFFP-A): Electronics

    Formatted in Windows 7 as exFat or in Note 10.1 after firmware update.
     
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    Try using chkdsc in PC. Your card might have physical errors that needs to be flagged. After that format on your own computer with fat32. Hope this works out for you as in my case.

    -Sent using the power of the dark side
     

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