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I'm trying to Sync between my Windows PC Music folder and my Samsung Android phone (several yrs. old). When creating a Destination location I get a popup that says "The folder name is not valid;" the folder name is Music, so that's likely a red herring. Several times I've formatted the card (64gb SDXC) in the phone with no change. I can "copy and paste" folders from my PC to the phone without a problem and I can Sync 1/2 the folders using another smaller card. Any ideas, I'm stumped. (Clues? Windows will only format the 64gb card to 26.91gb+/- in Fat32; the phone, which says it can take up to 32gb cards, formats the card to 64gb in Fat32. Also, both Windows and SD Card Formatter* only recognize the card as SDHC, not SDXC) Any ideas?