SD Memory Size limit

Will we increase the SD size limit beyond 2 GB?
Andrew Wood
I also have a customer that

I also have a customer that is looking to migrate to SDHC cards - are there any plans to support this format on the MPA1.5 platform devices?
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Nick Zeleznock
Please let Amy Pennica know. 

Please let Amy Pennica know.  I also need SDHC on MC70 WM5 and I am trying to get a GRIP (4868-4886) for this pushed through.


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Nick Z
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Herbert De Jong
also have a case 1792777  600

also have a case 1792777  600 devices MC7004 where there is a need for 4GB support on WM5

Is the GRIP being worked on  is it usefull that TA Charles Worm add his customer ?
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Anonymous (not verified)
Herbert,  4GB non-SDHC cards

Herbert,

 4GB non-SDHC cards are working on the MC70 with WM5 (BSP43) although you need to use the SDIO driver rather than the SDMMC version. Unfortunately this is not an option for the MC75 since I don't think that micro SD cards are supplied in any format other than SDHC.

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Ian Hatton
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Thomas Cassar
I believe the MC75 WM6.1 OS

I believe the MC75 WM6.1 OS release will support SDHC.  I believe up to 8GB SDHC was tested.

No current plan for SDHC support on MC70.  This would have to go through GRIP or the Custom Products route.
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Don Khan
Tom,         Please confirm

Tom,
        Please confirm which build on the MC75 WM6.1 will support SDHC.  Is it "B" or "C"?
Don
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Anonymous (not verified)
Tom, While your checking on

Tom,

While your checking on that, can you also find out when we will provide the 8GB support on the MC55?
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Amy Pennica
I spoke with Chuck Bolen and

I spoke with Chuck Bolen and his response is all Symbol products built on MPA 1.5 support SDHC (such as the MC75/ MC55). The question comes up in regards to devices built on MPA 1.0. At this time it is technically possible for that platform to support SDHC however from a business perspective there are no plans to investigate what needs to happen to allow MPA 1.0 support. He did say that if the field would like to put together a business case as to why support for SDHC is needed for products on MPA 1.0 we can then present that to the MCD BU for consideration. Hope this information is helpful
*Amy Pennica

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Amy Pennica
I spoke with Chuck Bolen and

I spoke with Chuck Bolen and his response is all Symbol products built on MPA 1.5 support SDHC (such as the MC75/ MC55). The question comes up in regards to devices built on MPA 1.0. At this time it is technically possible for that platform to support SDHC however from a business perspective there are no plans to investigate what needs to happen to allow MPA 1.0 support. He did say that if the field would like to put together a business case as to why support for SDHC is needed for products on MPA 1.0 we can then present that to the MCD BU for consideration. Hope this information is helpful
*Amy Pennica

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Anonymous (not verified)
Just to confirm that I have

Just to confirm that I have tried an 8GB SDHC micro SD card in both the MC75 and MC55 ( WM 6.1 installed) and it is correctly detected and accessable on both units.

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Ian Hatton
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Anonymous (not verified)
Ian, Can you let me know

Ian,

Can you let me know what manufacturer and model SDHC card you are using?

Also, what BSP version are you running on your MC55 and MC75?  I've been told that SDHC support won't be available until BSP25 on the MC75 and BSP27 on the MC55.

Thanks,
Ken
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Anonymous (not verified)
Ken,  I have the MC75 WM6.1

Ken,

 I have the MC75 WM6.1 beta (OEM 01.27.0000)  and the MC55 WM6.1 beta (OEM 01.27.0003). The card I have tested on these units is a SanDisk 8GB Micro SDHC.

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Ian Hatton
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Andrew Wood
 I have a government customer

 I have a government customer that wants to deploy the 75 with a 10GB worth of detailed mapping info stored on SDHC. Do we have a plan to officially support the larger sizes of SDHC cards and do we have a timescale ?

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Andy
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Anonymous (not verified)
Andy, The WM 6.1 (BSP 27)

Andy,

The WM 6.1 (BSP 27) release includes support for SDHC, but only up to 8 GB.  It's better than the previous 2 GB, but not as much as you're looking for.
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Herbert De Jong
PMB 1617 is mentioning





PMB 1617 is mentioning following
BSP 27.3  WM6.1
Supports SDHC Micro SD Cards 4GB, 8GB. (16GB & 32GB currently being validated)

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Jamie Craig
I'm using a SanDisk microSDHC

I'm using a SanDisk microSDHC 8Gb class 2 card in an MC75 (WM6.1) with no issues.

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