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[Q] Which kernel/ROMS support > 4GB camera files

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23rd February 2013, 09:50 PM   |  #1  
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I am trying to find the right ROM which would let me take > 33 min videos with the camera. I am trying Chemistry ROM now (LJ7, android 4.1.1).. while it is working with my exFAT formatted SD card, the camera stops @ 4.2GB file size.

Any suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated for a webcast I'm doing soon.
25th February 2013, 07:15 PM   |  #2  
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In case anyone falls upon this same problem, I found a better solution. Instead of using exFAT, use NTFS. It is better supported on all platforms. Simply format the card with NTFS on any modern Windows machine. Then search and install Paragon NTFS on Google Play. It will simply work.


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I am trying to find the right ROM which would let me take > 33 min videos with the camera. I am trying Chemistry ROM now (LJ7, android 4.1.1).. while it is working with my exFAT formatted SD card, the camera stops @ 4.2GB file size.

Any suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated for a webcast I'm doing soon.

25th February 2013, 09:40 PM   |  #3  
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Re: [Q] Which kernel/ROMS support > 4GB camera files
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Originally Posted by mycall0

In case anyone falls upon this same problem, I found a better solution. Instead of using exFAT, use NTFS. It is better supported on all platforms. Simply format the card with NTFS on any modern Windows machine. Then search and install Paragon NTFS on Google Play. It will simply work.

I was about to suggest that it probably has to do with your card being formatted to some sort of FAT filesystem....but anyway, nice
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