03-11-2019 04:09 AM
Ok, so quick follow up a little over a m onth later. Still no improvement on the freezing, even with new cards and the appropriate updates. Quality will be good in the end result. So, if you can keep it from freezing by monitoring and breaking that battery connection, maybe you can get by tuntil the 8 comes out and trade the 7 up because this simply isn't goign to improve. However, not going to lie...if they offered me a chance to trade this 7 in on a 6 I would do it without blinking.
03-11-2019 05:22 AM
Extract the UPDATE folder to your computer. Insert your SD card in your computer and format (Full not Quick). Once done, copy the UPDATE folder (not UPDATE.zip) to the SD card and eject.
Insert the SD card in your camera and then power on using the side Mode/Power button.
03-11-2019 08:07 AM - edited 03-11-2019 12:08 PM
03-11-2019 08:38 AM
03-12-2019 12:34 AM
I dont want to be difficult here, but the list of supported SD cards that Gopro provides does not have valid sandisk card model numbers. there is only 2 that exist on sandisk.com site. is there an updated list? or I should just buy the currently available extreme or extreme pro card and they will come back to me and say it was not on the list? any suggestions?
03-12-2019 05:26 AM
Just get a 32 or 64 GB card. No point in spending money on more storage. The 32 & 64 GB cards are more reliable and the battery will die long before you can fill a 64 GB card. Plus, we still aren't 💯 that is not the camera giving you issues. However, until you use a good card, there is no way to be certain. 90% of the time, a new card and manual update solves the issues. We have three HERO7 Black cameras and one HERO7 White. All four work great.