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Bernd Böhm

LG B7 with 128GB USB Stick

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Heya

I am looking for a way to make my SanDisk 128GB USB3 stick work for "live playback" aka time machine. I have formatted the stick with the HP  USB Tool (quick format in Fat32) but the TV refuses to use it for TimeShift recording. Regular recordings do work however.

Is there any other way to format the stick, or is the stick too big?

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