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# 20419 25-Mar-2008 22:02
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I'm not sure where to post this as this is my first topic so I just posted it here because it seems the right place for it.

I have a Motorola E398 on the Vodafone network and I need help on which flash card I need is it an SD, microSD or something else?
Also am I able to get these in DSE or from an online place like


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  # 118650 25-Mar-2008 22:12
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Plenty of places for Micro SD/Transflash cards for your phone.

Best place in many opinions is


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  # 118661 25-Mar-2008 22:42
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A quick google of your phone model says that it takes microSD (AKA TransFlash).

And a quick look on ascent (your retailer of choice) shows this


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  # 118884 26-Mar-2008 20:50
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Thats the back of my phone under the battery.
I tried my friends MicroSD card (See picture) it was too small, would the adapter fit it. I was thinking it would be too big.

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  # 118909 26-Mar-2008 21:27
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The silver holder on the bottome is for the SIM card. The other silver holder above it is for the Transflash/MicroSD card. Find a user manual and read it if you're not sure what you're doing.

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  # 118927 26-Mar-2008 22:07
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But the microSD was too small for that slot on the top.
If I took it into DSE would they let me try out a card to see if it fits. I also looked in the manual, there are little or no technical specifications. I had a look on this site: which had a link which lead me to a site which had memory card of the same size as the ones on Ascent.

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  # 119007 27-Mar-2008 10:20
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It definately looks like the right size to me. Not sure why you were having issues regarding MicroSD being too small.

If you're located in Wellington, try taking a trip out to the Lyall Bay DSE. They've got the best Technical experience of any retailer I've come across and they'll be pretty willing to help you test out a card and get it working for you.

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  # 119191 27-Mar-2008 21:36
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Ok thanks for the replies guys, I'll take a trip down to my local DSE (Napier) and see if they will let me try out a card to see if it will fit.
If not, "I'm a paying customer... <Insert Profanity>"

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