Sutton Mehaffey (@dodge55)
Yeah, that's true.
All versions of Windows can format FAT32. Just not on any SD cards 64GB+. FAT32 is limited to 32GB cards or less. It's not a Windows limitation.
Thanks for the reply.We have features in the software that allow saving of user data to SD cards. So, I updated the main code to have ExFAT support. However,...
As far as I know, you can only format 64GB+ cards to FAT32 with 3rd party software. Windows doesn't allow it.
So, we have an established product with a bootloader, whose sole function is to upload new firmware to the product when prompted. Otherwise, it drops out and...
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