Yes a Class 4 32g will work, but you will get better performance out of a Class 10 32g card
What about accessing a network drive? Is there a way to browse NAS and stream videos from it?
I connect to my NAS using ES File explorer.
It has to be mapped as a drive letter to one of the computers on your network. Then shared to the network.
It works, but it's pretty slow.
Class 4 and Class 10 will save just fine - I like Class 10 because when I put a movie on it there isn't any chopping like I got on lower class MicoSD cards
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There's a program called Plex that I use to stream my videos/audio to anywhere. I stream to my phone, to a computer at a friends house, etc. It auto-converts on the fly to work with whatever device you are using. You do have to pay for the app from the Play Store but the Plex Media Server app is free as well as the clients for Linux, Windows, and Mac.
Expected ICS late Q3 or Q4(2012). I called it back in February 2012!
Now Expecting JB late Q2 2013. I called it back in October 2012!
The issue is that your drives are probably formatted with exfat(Windows 7) and android cannot recognize this type of formatting. There is an ext2 plugin for windows that allows you to format drives to ext2 or ext3, but most windows machines won't recognize this format unless you have the ext2 plugin. Also files above 4GB will not be able to be copied to FAT32. So if you have High Def movies like I do, you'll have to use ext2/ext3 or break your videos up into smaller files. I've found that Android likes to corrupt my ntfs formatted drives. Not sure why, but it does and I always make sure to unmount the drive before disconnecting.Originally Posted by Red Droid
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The only odd thing was that the name of the card, when connected to my PC, changed from Removable Drive to MOT, just like the internal card.