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Sd card problem with ics
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add221
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2012/06/03 - 19:39
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Hi I'm new to the arnova and have flashed it with ics but I put in a 32gb micro sd card and it shows it in the storage section in the settings but I can't access it or put/transfer anything to it, the storage section reads .... Internal storage total space 504mb then arnova 9g2i (which is not) total space 5.78gb in this section it also has unmount and erase sd card options. Then it has the sd card section total space 29.66gb with the unmount and erase sd card option, so my question is have I done something wrong when I flashed with ics or does the sd card have to be formatted a certain way any help would be appreciate. Thanks

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I had a similar problem with i upgraded to ICS. What I did was to unmount the sd card from the tablet then remove it and reformat the sd card in windows to FAT 32. then place it back in the tablet and hopefully it should recognise it and let you transfer stuff to it. Try plugging the tablet (with SD card inserted) into your computer and see if it shows the SD Card and see if it will allow you to transfer stuff to it that way. You can also try plugging the SD Card straight into you computer and transferring a video to it then plug SD card into tablet and see if it will play the file. Once formatted to FAT 32 it should work no problem. 

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