SDXC memory cards, FAT32 for that "pugalki"?

A lot of information online about how to die SDXC cards if they are formatted in FAT32.

Ulmart here scares users straight before purchasing —

There are even articles about how to format the card to FAT32 example — (article likely "nonsense")

That there is a hardware dependency on the type of the file system that they are "dead in 2 months of use"?

And how then correctly to produce formatting? I would like the details.

The need due to buying a tablet Sony Xperia Tablet Z LTE and a desire to put all the same 64GB card and the operating system on the LTE version doesn't support exFat.
October 3rd 19 at 02:33
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October 3rd 19 at 02:35
That's what I was told from support San Disk(by the way responded in less than a day — very quickly — for what it great respect!)
I understand that you have inquiries regarding the format of your 64GB Ultra microSD memory card.

Please allow us to inform you that storage devices of 64GB and above are natively formatted in exFat. Fat32 has a size limitation and the card may be recognized as 32GB instead of 64GB if you format it in Fat32.
A storage device of 64GB is better to be formatted in exFat. Formatting the card in Fat32 does not mean though that you will lose the warranty.

SanDisk has been made aware of potential product issues involving a very small percentage of its 32GB and 64GB SanDisk Mobile Ultra microSD cards. Under certain circumstances the cards may lock up and the card becomes inaccessible. The issue has been identified and a manufacturing fix has already been put in place.

SanDisk stands behind its products and any customer who experiences this issue with microSDHC cards will be offered a replacement as long as the card is within warranty.
October 3rd 19 at 02:37
Juzaju already more than a year formachine 64Gb SDXC to FAT32 no problems.
Formats the HTC Hero, which is about SDXC knew nothing, now also in the Evo 3D, which is also SDXC type as not supported.
IMHO, this is nonsense about the fact that performative map to another FS it will suddenly die. Invented for, that would force people to buy devices with exFAT support
I read it the article on the link, brad. What is the phrase
The fact that the FAT32 theoretically supports only media (maps, sections, etc.) only up to 32 GB

FAT32 supports volume size up to 2TB(up to 8TB at 2KB per sector), and so it is written there is nonsense. - Rowan38 commented on October 3rd 19 at 02:40
October 3rd 19 at 02:39
FAT32 is outdated, Yes, but vold (at least 4.0) can only fat32 (it's there as a constant is). But even if you pick up with your hands, then it is necessary to have a right to everything. In General, I did not succeed.
If you do root, it seems to put the app Paragon exFAT, NTFS & HFS+ and all, but... somehow I don Ruth don't want to do. - Rowan38 commented on October 3rd 19 at 02:42

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