Formation Of Flasks Androids

Instruction on correct formatting for devices androids supporting maps to 32gb
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For many, it's no secret that the memory of your Andrid smartphone can be increased with Micro SD maps.

For starters, we'll deal with the terminology - the flushes of smartphones can have one of three standards: Micro SD, Micro SDHC and Micro SDXC. What is the difference between standards?

  • Micro SD 1.0 maximum hug to 2 GB,
  • Micro SD 1.1 maximum round to 4 Gb
  • Micro SD SDHC of 4 Gb to 32 Gb. This is the most common and current standard.
  • Micro SD SDXC of 64 Gb and 2 Tb. It's a forward-looking standard. There are currently almost 64 Gb and 128 Gb maps.

The maps also differ not only by memorial but also by supporting different file systems. For example, Micro SD is a FAT system, Micro SDHC - FAT32, Micro SDXC - theoretically only exFAT (in fact, it's not as low as it goes).

There has been a lot of micro SD maps around 64 GB recently, but until most Android smartphones officially support Micro SD maps over 32 GB. In addition, a large number of such maps may be false, that is, in fact, their characteristics do not correspond to the declared ones. As to how to define such a map, correctly distort and use in real terms, read in the article on false SDHC maps from China.

In fact, the smartphone is able to read the map to 64 Gb and work properly with it if there is a hard action with the map before the installation. All known producers of Micro SDXC are initially formatting them into an exFAT system, as this system is designed for large scale maps. As the system is established by Microsoft, Android smartphone producers must buy the rights to use it to enable smartphones to work with the system. Of course, companies are still incredibly costly, and therefore most of the devices work with the FAT32 system, and the exFAT system on memory maps is very few.

It would seem that your smartphone would have earned a 64-Gb map, but it just needs to be in the FAT32 system. The FAT32 system itself, in theory, supports only the hosts up to 32 GB, but in practice it can be very good to work with the carriers up to 64 GB. The only problem that can be encountered is the loss of speed on reading/writing.

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