problems writing to FAT32 using TF700T
I am using ASUS TF700T infinity pad and tried to copy some mp3 (so nothing big) onto micro SD to use the SD in some external mp3 player.
Unfortunately I was unable to "see" that files I copied using the tablet on several different players (mp3 player, car radio,...).
Interesting is that my windows pc sees the files on the SD without any issues.
If I copy the exact same mp3 file using a windows pc to the same micro SD and insert it into the same player than used before - I can see and play the files without any problem.
I used the internal micro SD slot, the SD slot in the dock (so several micro SD / Adapter and SD card itself combinations) - same result.
I just cannot get data out to a FAT32 filesystem using my TF700T (not sure yet, but I think I had similar issues when just connecting a usb stick with FAT32).
Seems that different end devices act a little different on that issue:
Whereby my mp3 player just does not display files I copied via TF700T to the SD (but shows all others I copied earlier using a windows pc),
my car radio refuses to show any content as soon as I copied one single file onto the SD.
As soon as I remove that single file from the SD, the car radio shows again all the other mp3's.
Some tests showed that the TF700T seems to have problems writing to FAT32 filesystem:
I copied a test file (mp3) using TF700T to a fresh (in windows) formatted FAT32 microSD and checked the filesystem using fsck in my linux pc.
It complains about "no short filename" for that file I just copied!
Fixing the filesystem issue results in ALL my tested players to start working with the SD and file(I can see the file, play it,...).
Windows does not seem to be that selective - I can see content without the need of "repairing" it first.
Here some facts about the tablet Infinity tablet I use:
As somebody wrote to use cyanogenmod, I installed CM10.2.
Now I have Android 4.3 - but still the same issues!
Anybody having similar problems or some ideas how I can get thet running?