I have a 4GB Kingston class 4 4GB micro SDHC card that I use for backing up files using my personal rsync script. On 10.04, 10.10, 11.04 it worked fine on the 32 bit OS. On 64 bit 11.10, files fail to be copied; sometimes they appeared to be copied, ls does not find the files but df -kh shows that disk space has been taken up.
I have a Kingston Micro SDHC card that I use in my E-reader, and I tried to put it in my Laptop to move some books onto it. It has mounted before but this time it didn't mount at all. In the terminal I typed tail -f /var/log/syslog and it recognised the SD card but it didn't mount it.
I was watching Youtube videos on my Galaxy S4(KitKat) and suddenly I received a notification that said my SD card was removed unexpectedly but I had my back cover on. (My micro SD is a Kingston 16GB SDHC). I took my chip card out and put it back into my phone and it still didn't recognize it.
Any official announcements about 128GB microSDXC card availability timeframes?
Meanwhile, would one of these approaches work?
A. Small microUSB card reader hooked up to i717, with a standard-size 128GB SDXC card.
B. Small battery-powered card reader (does such thing exist?) with a standard-size 128GB SDXC card, connected to i717 over Bluetooth.
I have been reading and following directions to the point of frustration now. I have a MICRO sdhc card, in a hub connected to my laptop with Ubuntu 12.01
I cannot format the card although I did save the contents of the folder on to my laptop before I wiped it, thinking this would fix the original problem of not being able to write files and folders to and from the card.