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fjd66
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micro SD card

What is the maximum memory micro SD card  that can be used

in the Slate7 ?

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banhien
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Hi,

 

Up to 32Gb, is it the number you are looking for ?

 

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peternik12
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Can't it support 64GB card?

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Hello Peternik12,

 

No, Banhien is correct - 32 gig is the maximum.

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I hate how manufacturers do this. HTC did the same thing with my EVO 4g LTE. They claim that is only supports up the 32gb and then someone has to be a guinea pig and try it with a 64gb card. I just put my 64gb SDXC Micro SD card fromatted as a FAT32 system (therefore not allowing you to put a file over 4gb on it) and it works just fine. Here is a pitcure for proof. You cannot simply put an SDXC card in and let it work out of the box. You have to reformat it as a Fat32 system. I can explain further if you would like as it really isn't a hard process. 

 

But there is a way to get 64gb micro sd's to work on the Slate 7.

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banhien
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mjhuffer wrote:

I hate how manufacturers do this.



Hi,

 

I hate this too, I've posted few times: we paid nearly 1 million dollars for 4 MDS9000 directors and none of them can read a card greater than 2Gb.

 

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Nice work!  I simply confirmed what the specs state.  This is good information to know!

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mjhuffer wrote:

I hate how manufacturers do this. HTC did the same thing with my EVO 4g LTE. They claim that is only supports up the 32gb and then someone has to be a guinea pig and try it with a 64gb card. I just put my 64gb SDXC Micro SD card fromatted as a FAT32 system (therefore not allowing you to put a file over 4gb on it) and it works just fine. Here is a pitcure for proof. You cannot simply put an SDXC card in and let it work out of the box. You have to reformat it as a Fat32 system. I can explain further if you would like as it really isn't a hard process. 

 

But there is a way to get 64gb micro sd's to work on the Slate 7.

.Screenshot_2013-05-21-14-46-37.png

Screenshot_2013-05-21-14-46-45.png

 


So you cant put on more than 4 gb at a time or all together?

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