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Big problem with 128GB SD Card

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16th July 2014, 02:43 PM   |  #1  
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Hello everyone, i am having a serious problem with my 128GB SD card. I have formatted it on my Shield before using it, but i can't move apps or files to the SD Card. It usally gives a error message. What should i do? Format it with a Linux Distro using GParted on the PC? Should i format it to FAT32 or NTFS? I'm out of ideas.

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16th July 2014, 04:55 PM   |  #2  
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Mine works fine in FAT32, but would not work in Exfat or NTFS. I am still on 4.2 OS though.
16th July 2014, 05:15 PM   |  #3  
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I forgot to say i am using 4.4.2, OTA Update 77.

Also, it is suggested that exFAT with 2048 cluster size would work for 64GB cards. Is it a good idea to do this on a 128GB card?

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It's because of Kitkat. You must install "SDFix: Kitkat Writable Micro SD" in Playstore to have the permission to write SD card. You need root access for that.
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It's because of Kitkat. You must install "SDFix: Kitkat Writable Micro SD" in Playstore to have the permission to write SD card. You need root access for that.

Do not use "SDFix KitKat Writable MicroSD" on Sony Xperia Z1 Compact with D5503_14.4.A.0.118... because it f..k your phone. When it is on cable (charging) and you turn it off, it will always auto-turn on.
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Also same problem with my samsung 32gb memory card class 10it give a error and some times file moves but when i want to see those files they are converted into something u like icon and wont open how to fix it is there a way to fix it

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