I lost my Samsung Galaxy S III at the bar Sad I know, right? I bought that sucker at full price too in July of 2012! $570. I was heart broken.
Anyway, I am now using the Samsung Galaxy Note II. I have been adding quite a bit of music to my collection, so I thought I should purchase a 64GB sd card this time for my phone instead of a 32GB micro sd card. I went to go put the SD card in my phone, and I immediately got an error message that said something like «SD card corrupt» I kind of figured this would happen, so I found a neat little program that will help you format your 64GB micro SD card properly so you can use it in your Android phone.
- Insert your micro SD card into your computer with the adapter it came with. All new laptops / desktops typically come with these memory card slots I’m talking about. If you don’t have one, then find a friend, family member, co-worker, etc.
- Download the program guiformat.exe. It’s a .exe program that doesn’t even require any installation on your system.
- Select your SD card from the drop down list, and keep the defualt allocation unit size.
- Click ‘Start’ and your SD card will format in a few seconds!
- Go put your SD card in your Android phone and you should have roughly 59 – 60GB of free space!
Let me know if you have any questions.