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Old 08-13-2015, 02:00 PM   #41
booklover6
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Join Date: May 2008
Location: PA (USA)
Device: Kobo Aura H2O, Glo HD, Mini, Kindle Voyage
Don't blame Kobo. Do the specs for your devices state that they support 64gb or 128gb cards? I don't think they do. So perhaps you shouldn't expect the cards to work perfectly in your devices. The firmware was not designed with them in mind.

I have updated and patched two Kobos to 3.17.0. No problems whatsoever. No crashing, no freezing, no rebooting. I haven't changed out cards in either one.

I could try my Glo, which has a changed out internal card, of 16gb. I don't anticipate any errors, even so.

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Originally Posted by SHunter101 View Post
Wow, updating to 3.17.0 from 3.15.0 is a great way to ruin one's Thursday.

Two devices so far, AuraHD and AuraH2O, had the "Critical Error. Factory Reset your eReader" message.

I suspect it is my 128gig card and the very large database it creates. After the factory rest and re-updating to 3.17.0 it has to re-catalog everything, which will take about 11 hours on the AuraHD, 10 hours on the H2O.

Now to try and update the Glo (you would think I would learn), but this device has only a 64gig card, so there is hope

Shunter

ps. you suck Kobo
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