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Registered: ‎09-17-2018

Support for files on an USB stick

I just downloaded the Memory Zone app for my Acer Iconia A500 Android Honeycomb 3.2 10" tablet.

 

The A500 has a full size USB connector which I can plug a memory stick into. But your Memory Zone app does not "see" the files on my memory stick.  Other applications such as "Docs to Go" see this device as \USB\. in their Local Files.

 

It would make the MemoryZone muchmore useful if it could access the USB Port.

Newbie
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎08-16-2019

Re: Support for files on an USB stick

It was the Windows standard before NTFS. FAT32 is slower than NTFS, less secure, and has a 4GB limit per file, but it is widely recognized by all major operatingsystems. If you will be using the USB drive in a highly heterogeneous environment, and portability is your main concern, FAT32 is your option. exFAT.

And also you can do by following simple steps:

  1. If you want to share your files with the most devices and none of the files are larger than 4 GB, choose FAT32.
  2. If you have files larger than 4 GB, but still want pretty good support across devices, choose exFAT.

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Posts: 1
Registered: ‎08-20-2019

Re: Support for files on an USB stick

What File System Should I Use for My USB Drive?
  1. If you want to share your files with the most devices and none of the files are larger than 4 GB, choose FAT32.
  2. If you have files larger than 4 GB, but still want pretty good support across devices, choose exFAT.
  3. If you have files larger than 4 GB and mostly share with Windows PCs, choose NTFS.

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Posts: 4
Registered: ‎08-19-2019

Re: Support for files on an USB stick

Read on to find your perfect USB drive solution.
  1. If you want to share your files with the most devices and none of the files are larger than 4 GB, choose FAT32.
  2. If you have files larger than 4 GB, but still want pretty good support across devices, choose exFAT.
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Registered: ‎08-19-2019

Re: Support for files on an USB stick

It was the Windows standard before NTFS. FAT32 is slower than NTFS, less secure, and has a 4GB limit per file, but it is widely recognized by all major operating systems. If you will be using the USB drive in a highly heterogeneous environment, and portability is your main concern, FAT32 is your option. exFAT. Reason for 'file is too large for destination file system' error. ... The problem occurs because your files are large than 4 GB and your external hard drive or USB flash drive is in the FAT32 file system, of which the maximum file size is 4GB.

 

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