I hate making this the Pigtronix Forum, but I did want to share the 32gb card upgrade experience. The instructions I had indicated that all one had to do was install the card, connect the looper to the USB port and start the Pigtronix app. The app was supposed to find the card and format it for the Infinity. That did not work. Skipping all of the other things that did not work, here are the steps to upgrade the Infinity to a 32gb card on a Mac. This assumes you already have the Pigtronix app on your Mac, and it has been working as intended with the stock 8gb card.
- Get the free program, Etcher. Etcher lets you burn an image file to an SD card.
- Get the looperimage.img file. I got it from this link, post #11.
- Put your new blank SD card in a card holder & adapter and into a USB slot in your mac.
- Run Etcher, and follow the prompts to burn the image to the new SD card. Be sure to select the proper location to burn to, or you will mess things up on your computer, i.e., don’t burn an image to a hard drive. This would be bad.
- Once you have the card with the image burned onto it, install it in the Infinity. Have the Infinity powered off and disconnected from the USB port. Opening the install slot can be a little difficult. The card cover slides to the left (toward the inputs). It will the flip up on a hinge allowing the existing card to be removed.
- Install the new card, and remember, you have to slide the cover back to the right (toward the outputs) to get it to latch. Keep you old card in a safe place in case something goes wrong with the new card during the process. You can always reinstall the old card.
- With the unit still powered off, hold in the INPUT SPLIT BUTTON on the Infinity, and connect the power, continue to hold the button until you see the version numbers flash in preset window.
That gets it done. Now, disconnect the power, and connect the Infinity to the USB cable. Reconnect power, and once the unit is powered up, start the Pigtronix-Infinity app. If the app finds the Infinity, all went as planned, and you should now be able to use all 50 presets with 6 minute loops.