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Hey, I found these on Amazon today, and they are having a huge clearance. These are perfect for the USB slots in the center console, and won't take up any space, as the sit virtually flush with the USB port. I opted for the 32GB for future expansion. Free shipping with orders $25 or more, or free 2-day shipping for Amazon Prime members.

32GB: $18.49

16GB: $10.49



 

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Hey, I found these on Amazon today, and they are having a huge clearance. These are perfect for the USB slots in the center console, and won't take up any space, as the sit virtually flush with the USB port. I opted for the 32GB for future expansion. Free shipping with orders $25 or more, or free 2-day shipping for Amazon Prime members
Awesome! Thanks! I'm all over it!! 32 GB is a great deal and free shipping with Prime! Woot!
 

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Nice find Aggie. Gotta love Amazon Prime man, I just bought a 32gig.
 

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Was going to order 2 32s, and then saw then I could get a 64 for less than 2x the price of the 32. 64 is 37.99
 

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Was going to order 2 32s, and then saw then I could get a 64 for less than 2x the price of the 32. 64 is 37.99
There is not a Sandisk Cruzer Fit in 64GB. The most they offer is 32GB. You must have ordered a regular Cruzer, which is a standard size, not the flush mount Fit model.
 

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Do we know how much the Q50 system can read?
It doesn't list a min or max size, only USB 2.0 and FAT32. You can format a FAT32 larger than 32GB, so I'll have to see if it will recognize it.
 

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There is not a Sandisk Cruzer Fit in 64GB. The most they offer is 32GB. You must have ordered a regular Cruzer, which is a standard size, not the flush mount Fit model.
Ummm..... I beg to differ...

 

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64GB may be too big

Specification chart for USB
Supported media USB2.0
Supported file systems FAT32
Folder levels Folder levels: 8, Folders: 512 (including root folder), Files: 5000

Max files supported is 5000.
 

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Just FYI, I tried a 1TB drive in there formatted as an extended FAT and it couldn't read it. I knew I was asking for too much though by using a big drive. :D
 

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It also looks like it will extend out more than the Sandisk model.
I actually may prefer that. It's really hard to get those flush mounts out of a laptop or desktop - I can only imagine it will be harder out of the center console. The kingstons are also cheaper than the Sandisks all around. Since it is just going to be used for playing music, I think I'll go with the Kingston (I generally use Sandisk in my camera where read/write speeds and reliability are more important).
 

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Just FYI, I tried a 1TB drive in there formatted as an extended FAT and it couldn't read it. I knew I was asking for too much though by using a big drive. :D
How about formatting it in fat32 rather than exfat?
 

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How about formatting it in fat32 rather than exfat?
You know, I didnt try that. Windows default for formatting anything over 500gigs is NTFS or exFAT. I think I'll try that when I get home and report back. The only other limitation might be the 5000 song capacity that the inTouch has. :(
 

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You know, I didnt try that. Windows default for formatting anything over 500gigs is NTFS or exFAT. I think I'll try that when I get home and report back. The only other limitation might be the 5000 song capacity that the inTouch has. :(
Might not be able to do that in windows though! I use a program for my 64gb micro sd card! I forgot what its named though but it should be a freeware! Let me try and find it!

Edit: I think I used this guide:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2041679
 

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I have a macbook at home too. It should be able to do it without any added software. :)
 
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