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I know that can format it work as fat32 or exfat.

+1 I have a 64gb card formatted as fat32 and I've ran all types of roms.
 
 
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It's been my understanding that the FAT32 file system limits a single file's size to 4GB (see here). Normally, a FAT32 partition can be no larger than 32GB, but I remember using a utility on a Windows machine years ago that somehow broke that rule.
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It's been my understanding that the FAT32 file system limits a single file's size to 4GB (see here). Normally, a FAT32 partition can be no larger than 32GB, but I remember using a utility on a Windows machine years ago that somehow broke that rule.

If you use a format utility and increase the cluster size (4k is default with max file of 4 gig) it allows for larger file use.

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