I am trying to play back 3GB videos from an SDHC card in OpenCORE
v2.05 in Cupcake. The player crashes every time. ADB shell reports the
file size to be a negative number (overflow).

I believe the maximum file size on FAT32 is 4GB (2^32 - 1). The
maximum size I can access on Android is actually 2GB (2^31 - 1), which
makes me think the addressing is performed with a signed integer
instead of unsigned.

Does anyone know how to access files that are larger than 2GB? Was
this fixed in a later version of Android? Can I change the type of
some kernel variable to an unsigned int to unlock the extra addressing

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