I would like to use a larger microSD card that the current limited 32GB supported size. I’ve heard it can be done, but isn’t supported. Why can’t we get this supported?
I have been using two cameras with 64GB microSD cards without any problems.
Maybe using a 64 GB Card is the answer to SD cards being corrupted when they near capacity.
Brand and type that are working?
I’ve been using the 64GB Sandisk that Costco.ca sells for about $20 with no issues.
I do Continuous Recording, it holds around 10days. I’ve formatted it with the the Wyzecam. Currently it shows the size as 59.45 GB. It’s not a endurance card, so we’ll see how long it lasts, but its been in their for 6-months so far (Wyzecam v2).
I pretty much use the Samsung cards as they are almost always the least expensive and have worked flawlessly in the Wyze cams as well as everything else I throw them at (Raspberry Pi, Android phones/tablets, Windows tablets - you name it). Rock solid. And less than $13.
Large SD card support would be great. This may be a licensing issue with Microsoft which owns the exFAT format. This would increase costs. If the captured videos could be offloaded automatically to a personal cloud storage or NAS, this need may be negated.
Samsung PRO Endurance 128GB micro SD card working great. Just format using the app and then reboot camera.
I’m currently using a 128GB SP Elite allocation size 4096. I’m almost at 14 days HQ footage with .8GB remaining.
I too would like to see SD card sizes larger then 32GB expressly supported.
The card I am using is this one: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XX29S9Q
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I second this. Using 2 - 128GB Cards, and 4 - 64 GB cards. Then 2 cams with the official Wyze 32 GB cards. All of them have been perfect and no issues.