IMPORTANT NOTE 1:
Why are all the USB flash drives’ capacity always display lower than its original capacity indicated on the package?
All flash drives are manufactured using decimal numbers such as 1MB = 1000KB, 1GB = 1000MB but our computer operating system uses binary numbers such as 1MB = 1024KB, 1GB=1024MB. So for every 1GB, our computer calculates 24MB less than the decimal numbers.
Here is what a computer counts as a real full capacity:
For the 16GB, you see around 14.4GB
For the 32GB, you see around 28.8GB
For the 64GB, you see around 58.5GB
IMPORTANT NOTE 2:
As a usual practice, if your “single file size” (i.e video file) is more than 1.5GB, you must change this flash drive format from “fat 32” to “NTFS” otherwise it won’t copy.
IMPORTANT NOTE 3:
The plastic head cap is a part of the production process for packaging purposes only and is not to be meant for a permanent cap. If you don’t remove it, eventually it will come off.