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  1. goku_vegeta's Avatar
    I got a fake on Amazon from a third-party seller.
    It happens, although it's harder for this to happen on Amazon if you know what to look for while browsing.
    08-12-16 02:59 PM
  2. gariac's Avatar
    You should be able to format a card, it just can't address file sizes larger than 4 GB per file (if I remember correctly). BlackBerry 10 does support exFAT. I've had a card formatted in the exFAT format in my Z10 without any issues. As long as your device can detect the card AND you get the notification that it downloaded the driver, you should be good, in theory.
    Fat32 has a 32g per partition limit. You are right about the 4Gbyte per file limit.

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    08-12-16 08:26 PM
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