I have 2 sd cards, a 4gb formatted as NTFS and a 128gb one formatted as EXFAT
No they are not recognized in Android as well.
however on Windows the 128gb sdcard was recognized for one time when I was trying to plug it in first few times. Never again. Windows recognized sdcard being plugged in however Device Manager shows the second SD STORAGE CLASS CONTROLLER as “Device Cannot Start”
I have been working on this problem for many months myself. It is apparently a problem with the BIOS. They do not want to fix it so we are stuck with the problem. I have tried all the supposed fixes too and none worked any longer than a reboot. You have three choices. Either make the tablet all Android or all Windows making more storage space. I choose to change my android partition to 20GB and do a clean install of the latest Windows 1909. With this set up I am able to load any apps and Windows programs I want. I use storage on my home network for files or you can use cloud storage for file. One last suggestion. I made an image of the tablet using Acronis once I had it all set up because I also have been having problems with the Android partition storage shrinking with no apparent reason or fix. This way I can restore it if the storage mysteriously gets filled. I also bought a very small USB drive but do not like having it stick out too so I do not use it much.
Link how to load newest Windows
Link on how to reload Android and Windows
Note: When loading Android the files must be on the Root directory
Link to make Android only or change the Android partition size