Is it all at possible to use Audio Moth devices with memory cards that have a higher capacity than 32 GB?
Thanks @Marty Lockett this information and method has been helpful 😁
Mac users can also reformat larger cards to FAT32 using the inbuilt Disk Utility application:
1. Connect your card to the card reader then:
2. Go to: Applications/Utilities
3. Open "Disk Utility"
4. Select your card in the sidebar then click "Erase"
5. In the "format" field select "MS-DOS (FAT)" (you can also rename the card if you wish)
6. Click "Erase"
NB that "MS-DOS (FAT)" is just Apple's weird term for "FAT32" - they are exactly the same format.
I did not scroll down far enough in the previous thread, so thank you for repeating the information and getting back to me. I will check out the reformatting tool.
You can do it, but it requires external software for formatting. So we recommend sticking to and below 32GB. I have written a bit about this on another support post, here. The main issue with cards above 32GB is they use SDXC technology, and the default reformatting isn't FAT32. This is the required format for AudioMoth. However, if you require capacity over 32GB this can be achieved using (http://www.ridgecrop.demon.co.uk/index.htm?guiformat.htm). This tool reformats bigger microSD cards to FAT32.