format as fat32 with program meant for cards = SD Formatter 3.1 for SD/SDHC/SDXCGood morning to Everyone.
I'd like know which is the process to prepare the Micro-Sd Card.
Insert with a rom?
Can this be used to revive a dead tablet? (black screen, no sign of life, only battery indicator works).There is an alternative method from having to open tablet to replace the internal sdcard.
Check out the CFW 'Tsunami' in the firmware development section.
Simply select a lager micro sdcard, make sure that it is formatted in Fat32, copy the entire extracted folder of the firmware to it, place in the TF slot, then boot up with Power + Menu buttons.
The firmware, apps + data, are all working from this sdcard.
If more storage is needed later on, simply duplicate the whole content on this sdcard onto a larger one, plug it in, the boot up normally.
I've tried 4, 8, 16 and 32 GB class 4 sdcards. All worked well.
This is a new scheme and is unique for the CFW Tsunami at the moment. Perhaps it would appeal to some, or to many.
Thank you Thaigir99, I really appreciate this. I plugged in the tablet in three computers, no luck. Before it was bricked, i could see the tablet as a storage device. Now, nothing. Waiting for next step from you. Stay blessed.nightwing, plug your tablet into a computer using the otg port and the mini usb to usb cable. then toggle the power switch and tell me if your computer can see the tablet as a storage device. We shall try this 1 step at a time.
the higher the class rating on an SD card means that it Writes and Reads LARGE files faster and better, the lower the class, the smaller files it writes and reads better. so in these particular cases, with the SD card being the "Internal storage" and holding the rom and everything, the lower class (4-6) would be the BEST, as for the extSD, a higher class would be better suited here than the lesser.Did anyone noticed a performance drop with replaced SD card?
I tried KingMax 16Gb Class 10 and it worked totally awful. Image Gallery just couldn't finish scanning my photos directory, although I gave it few minutes to finish. When used with PC, the card writes big files at 10Mb/s but takes long time to close file (i.e. stucks when syncing FAT). Maybe it's just a bad specimen of a card? But, when the same card is inserted into external slot, it works much better!
Will Kingston Class 10 do better (it's also twice more expensive)?