samsug galaxy wont take 128 gb micro sd card

Hi,

My samsug galaxy wont take 128 gb micro sd card.

I copied some audio video files but whe i open through phone it says the card is blank,

how to play.

32gb card works fine eve 64 gb also worked fie after some formattig.
Do i eed to do formattig o 128 gb card as well .

please advise
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gudii9Author Commented:
samsung phone model number is sgh-t599
android vesion is 4.1.2
rindiCommented:
It probably needs to be formatted either using FAT32 or using EXT2/3/4. Most likely it is now using exFAT, and android usually can't read exFAT partitions.

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☠ MASQ ☠Commented:
You can try formatting but the firmware is really only designed to support 32GB so you're doing well to get the 64GB card working - do you actually have more than 32GB of data that can be read by the phone on there?
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EirmanChief Operations ManagerCommented:
According to this
http://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_galaxy_exhibit_t599-5468.php
32 GB is the SD card limit.
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You could connect your existing 128 gb micro sd card to this device
(Using a standard SD adapter, which you probably already have)
http://www.zoombits.co.uk/shop/verbatim-mediashare-wireless/25287
Pop in your pocket and stream the videos through secured WiFi to your phone.
I have one and it works well.

I also has a USB slot for any size flashdrive / external disk

Zoombits is a reliable company - I've bought from them many times.

EDIT: Sorry ... The max sd card size is 64 gig .... use usb for 128 gb
gudii9Author Commented:
It probably needs to be formatted either using FAT32 or using EXT2/3/4. Most likely it is now using exFAT, and android usually can't read exFAT partitions

how to do it. I forgot how i did last time base o your suggestio.
do you actually have more than 32GB of data that can be read by the phone on there?
I have lot videos to load and watch which comes close to 128gb
rindiCommented:
Boot the PC using the PCRepix LiveDVD, then start GParted, and there you can easily format it using the file-system you want:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/pcrepix/files/?source=navbar
http://pcrepix.sourceforge.net/
gudii9Author Commented:
Boot the PC using the PCRepix LiveDVD, then start GParted, and there you can easily format it using the file-system you want:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/pcrepix/files/?source=navbar
http://pcrepix.sourceforge.net/

last time i put my 64gb card ad went to some site ad dowloaded somethig which formatted my card.

I did not remember bootig my PC
rindiCommented:
There are other tools, but I prefer using Linux for such things.
gudii9Author Commented:
which worked fine to me now
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