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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by lorenzian, Dec 25, 2013.

  1. lorenzian

    lorenzian Lurker
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    So I recently got a 64 gb micro SD for my Kyocera Event. It is a Sandisk Ultra, the type specifically advertised as being for the event.
    After first inserting it, I got this error and the event offered to format it. I did, but the error persisted. I then formatted the card in windows, first with the windows utility and then with the SD association program.
    The card still does not work in my Event; I get the same error.
    The card does store information from the computer with no problem. In addition, I have a 2 gb SD card that works fine in the event, so I tried to copy and paste all the data from it into the 64 gb card. The card still shows up as blank.
    I thought there might be a problem with the phone's software, so I backed up and reset the phone. Still nothing.
    I have to be missing something obvious. Help?

    Update: I formatted the card in FAT32, and this error went away. However, the card still will not mount.

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  2. lnr4e

    lnr4e Member

    As far as I knew the Event only supported up to 32 gig sdcard
  3. lorenzian

    lorenzian Lurker
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    SanDisk advertised this card specifically for Kyocera devices like the Event.
    If I partitioned it into two 32 GB pieces would it work?
  4. lnr4e

    lnr4e Member

    I haven't tried it but if you want give it a shot you can always reformat it if it doesnt.
  5. lorenzian

    lorenzian Lurker
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    Unfortunately, partitioning the card just made my phone stop recognizing it. I'm going to try and contact SanDisk about it, and see if they have advice.
  6. lnr4e

    lnr4e Member

    Sorry it didn't work I looked it up and the event only runs up to a 32 gig sd card.
  7. codester16

    codester16 Lurker

    when i looked at the manual for the event when i first got mine it said this device supports up to 32 GB of storage for SD card.

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