1. 3d1l's Avatar
    Hi,

    As I already posted on another thread I'm using the T-mobile verison of the LG L90 with KitKat, so instead of having 8 Gb ROM I only have 4 Gb. Since Kitkat have heavy restriction on the direct use of the SD Card, must of the APPS that I had used can not save files directly to the SD Card (Superbeam, Wi-Fi Transfer, AndFTP). The USB connection is the other slower alternative (bad for very large files), but for some reason LG doesn't allow you to get your SD Card as a "Windows" drive, instead it use its own driver and my phone shows up in Windows explorer more like a Camera or MP3 device. I had tried both MTP and "LG software" mode and in some instances I'm getting errors transferring files larger than 4Gb.

    How do you do it?
    03-18-2015 09:56 AM
  2. hallux's Avatar
    How is the SD Card formatted? Some file systems have restrictions on the size of a single file and there's no way around it. FAT32 file system has a 4 GB per file size limit, FAT (or FAT16) has a 2 GB per file size limit.
    03-18-2015 10:02 AM
  3. 3d1l's Avatar
    Hallux excellent clarification and very helpfull. I'm using FAT32 and the large files that I have are mostly movies so for now on I will re-code the movies so they get smaller than 4Gb.

    So conclusion is that there is no other way but the USB cable, right?
    03-18-2015 10:14 AM
  4. hallux's Avatar
    That's probably the FASTEST way.
    03-18-2015 11:36 AM
  5. 3d1l's Avatar
    Even with FTP I have twice the download speed the only problem is that I'm forced to use the ROM
    03-18-2015 06:41 PM
  6. Viktir's Avatar
    Try USB Cable
    Make the ROM a WinRAR archive divided by 4 parts (each with 1 gb of space)
    08-29-2017 02:48 AM

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