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Yes, from my laptop computer.
After it said it had been changed to FAT32 in the black box it asked for the current volume label for drive D.
I transferred some files on to it and tried it anyway and the Samsung said USB storage is blank or has unsupported file system.
What should I put where it asked for current volume label?
In the end I had to put SAMSUNG in as the Volume label
The following then happened:
WARNING. ALL DATA ON NON-REMOVABLE DISK DRIVE D: WILL BE LOST
PROCEED WITH FORMAT (Y/N) I typed Y and hit enter.
It has now completed 1% after 10 minutes - does that mean it will take hours to complete?
I left it running all night. This morning the black dialogue box said the volume is too big for fat32.
This is a 1TB drive.
When I tried to run it I had to format it to default which it said is NTFS.
Does this mean there is no way to use it with my tablet?