I used my Ubuntu 22.04 box and formated the SDCard via a MicroSDXC-adapter from Kingston as exFAT and inserted the 64 GiB card into my FP4 afterwards. It’s working nicely, and I use it mainly for backup purposes.
Edit: The card is a Samsung EVO Select 64GB microSDXC UHS-I U1 130MB/s.
The system does it on both laptops and both are up to date as you know. So it doesn’t work on two systems, so it can’t be because of me. It might not be on linux or any flash bar
root@t510:/home/carrabelloy/Downloads/FP4-calyxos/FP4-sp2a.220505.002# sudo ./flash-all.sh
fastboot too old; please download the latest version at SDK Platform Tools release notes | Android Developers
Depends on your distribution, if your package manager has a version new enough (CalyxOS needs at least 31.0.3), install that.
Otherwise download the SDK Platform Tools, extract them and either move them to a directory in your $PATH or just run fastboot directly from that folder ./fastboot (but you would have to modify the install script then).
What’s the output of fastboot --version on your PC currently?
From my ancient rusty German skills I thought I understood the user was sure to be using the latest version.
I actually ran into a similar issue on the windows version of flash-all.bat whereas my fastboot was the latest ones. This solved it…
I would like to repeat that again, why do you really have to update to the latest version of Fastboot now? Why does everyone have to cook their own soup? Why not take an older version that runs on all systems. This is crap. I’m fed up. Typical Americans who always do this with software. I am looking for another software for my FP4. Because I’m not doing this circus anymore. It’s getting annoying. Thank you for your help.
If you look at the release notes you will see a lot of fixes and improvements during the 3 and a half years since your version came out; don’t you think among all these changes might be one or another that makes sense to use and rely on for todays developers?
That may be the case, but I don’t think it always seems to be good without a surface, i.e. distros.
You see the problem again and again where the errors also appear and the whole thing often comes to a standstill. That’s why I wouldn’t use Arch or Fedora. Always Debian