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[Q] Maximum SD card size for O4XHD

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29th April 2014, 11:48 AM   |  #1  
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Hi Everyone

Could someone tell me what's the biggest SD card size allowed to use in Optimus 4XHD ?
29th April 2014, 01:00 PM   |  #2  
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Hi Everyone

Could someone tell me what's the biggest SD card size allowed to use in Optimus 4XHD ?

i've seen someone using new sandisk 128gb, works fine on our device, he just had to reformat it



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here we go http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2677677
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Thanks for your answer.

I read somewhere - don't remember where unfortunately, that SD Cards above 32GB (SDXC?) needs to be formated in FAT32. Is that what you mean? I've heard too, that some custom ROMs requires some other SD Card partition - extSD or something. Then when I'll format new card in FAT32 is it still possible to flash custom ROMs and will they handle this card?


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Thanks for your answer.

I read somewhere - don't remember where unfortunately, that SD Cards above 32GB (SDXC?) needs to be formated in FAT32. Is that what you mean? I've heard too, that some custom ROMs requires some other SD Card partition - extSD or something. Then when I'll format new card in FAT32 is it still possible to flash custom ROMs and will they handle this card?


Thanks in advance for your answer

i think that fat32 format will work for sure both on stock and on custom roms, but exfat needs additional drivers which are not present for stock, so will only work on (most) custom roms.
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