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Raspberry Pi

SD CARD size

Raspberry Pi 4 is the only model of Raspberry Pi that can support a 128 GB SD card. But SD cards of size 64 GB require FAT32 formatting to make it bootable for Raspberry Pi. The SD cards higher than 64GB needs exFAT system, which Raspberry Pi doesn't support.

For a 128 GB SD card, you have to format the drive through exFAT or NTFS file system as both file system now supports Raspberry Pi 4. You can only have these two options left for an SD card storage larger than 32GB.


(This didn't work, but I don't think it can be set up maybe as main display, or there is a way but you have to ‘build’ You must enable:

  • spi: sudo raspi-config nonint do_spi 0
  • Just run pip3 install displayhatmini


rPI 3.5 inch screen

To get your HDMI monitor back:

  • chmod -R 755 LCD-show
  • cd LCD-show/
  • sudo ./LCD-hdmi

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