Hardware Got a 128gb micro sd card for n3ds xl, can't get it to work

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If it doesn't have any brand on it, it might be defective. Try formatting to FAT32, and if that doesn't work then it's not going to (probably). If you have a PC, you'll need a program called 32formattergui, or something like that.
 

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sdxc

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Dang it
if you paid less than 40 for it, its most likely fake.

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It won't say sdhc if it's 128 gb, sdhc only goes up to 32 gb.
you must be new to fake cards. all fake brands that make fake 64gb or more label them as sdhc. some label them correctly as well.
 

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Just curious, but can you post a pic of your msd, along with the case?
Doesn't have a case, but alright

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Just curious, but can you post a pic of your msd, along with the case?
Actually it may be a while, my phone is taking a while to boot

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And I kinda works, I can't install cia's
 

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Curious, why not use SDFormatter? Considering that program was made by the association that developed the SD card standard, after all.

That's also one reason I was abhorrent to picking up a 128GB microSD for my Gateway-3DS's red cart. At the time, it would have been the only thing I could have used it in. At least now, I also can use it in my current phone. Though personally, if the 3DS portion of the DStwo Plus would have worked as advertised, I would have easily filled up a 128GB microSD on that setup.
 

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