05-26-2015 01:49 PM - edited 05-26-2015 01:50 PM
only the Wireless flash drive that comes in 64GB capacity supports exFAT. If you have a 16 or 32GB WFD you can only use FAT32. As far as I have heard there are no plans to change that.
11-02-2015 06:48 PM
Fat32 supported the maximum file size is 4mb. If you want to dowaload the file size up 4mb, you have to convert FAT32 to NTFS.
*You can use command.exe (convert.ext ):
Start- CMD-type convert disk:/fs:ntfs/-Enter
This process can not damage your data, but it will waste lots of time. When you go on this process, the disk you want to concert file system must have some free space. If there is not much more free space, it cannot be supported to convert. By the way, in different operating system, the convert.ext has different limitation. And it can not be converted back to FAT32.
*Also, you can format data to convert file system. This is not be suggested.
*If you want to convert file system conveniently, the third-party manager tools can be used.