Question about Video Cameras
All these inexpensive dash cams have issues with the micro SD cards. They do not like anything over 8GB, no matter what the manual or distributors say. With 16GB they just record for a few minutes and then crash, and not even that with most 32GB cards. Whether class 10 or any other class. You then have to reset the dash cam with the reset button, format the card, and start again. Since most dash cams only use about 40MB per minute of recording time when set to 1080p, and less without sound or date imprint, a 4GB SD card will give plenty for a 10 min loop, which is the max loop time anyway. In fact even class 4 or 6 cards do work very well and do not crash. Try to find any old 4GB SD card (a little hard these days, but still possible), and give it a go. 8GB cards might just work as well, but not sure, didn't try them.
Posted on Dec 28, 2017
hi! whenever I plug my phone into my computer, the phone and computer won't react. In the phone, there's a SanDisk Micro SD card in it, and I would like to download music on my phone. Oh yeah btw, it's an LG CU500, too. And I don't know what to do. Help!
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
All just try this trick
Connect your phone to PC and try to acces the card on PC. Now format the card but, take the backup of data before formatting the card.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
The C743 is only good to 2 GB other models of Kodak can use the larger cards but not the c743
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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