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IamAd23

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#61818 24-May-2010 16:16
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i have got no help from vodafone themselves, they blame my SD card,
i have read and done my research and people before me have used the kingston 4GB micro SD HC card, so i bought this one, it works fine when inserted to my laptop but it is not being read when i instert it into my Vodafone 541,
the phone is also brand new, so i assumed that it would be configured to take the SD card but its not reading it at all, and it is put in properly,
i have reset to factory settings multiple times,
i have checked conections near where sd is inserted it all looks fine, but still when i go to
MENU->MY FILES->MEMIRY CARD, it comes up with NO MEMORY CARD FOUND,

is there anything i can do,

when i took it to the vodafone shop (no freaken help at all) the woman and man there fiddled around, with my phone said they cant do anything and if it is damaged i must have done it? im sorry again im not the type that opens anf fiddles with stuff i dont know, but im concerned, and kind of need the extra space.

please.... and thank you.

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johnr
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  #334146 24-May-2010 17:32
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Did they not try the SD card in another Vodafone 541 for basic fault checking?

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  #334148 24-May-2010 17:37
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Just further to this did you take the handset to the vodafone / dealer you purchased the handset from?

 
 
 
 


IamAd23

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  #334192 24-May-2010 19:34
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johnr: Did they not try the SD card in another Vodafone 541 for basic fault checking?

no they didn't, the persons at the front of the store seemed pretty useless,

and yes i did, the phone was bought there a couple weeks previous, and now the first time ive tried my sd card in it it wont work, ive been trouble shooting, and trying to get it to work, strange thing is it works fine when connected to my computer but when it is connected to the phone it just isnt being read, the woman said "oh it should work" and basically told me im an idiot, that its my fault, but as far as im concerned i havent done anything but be stupid enough to throw my receipt out,

the sd works on my old phone and my laptop, just not my new phone.

IamAd23

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  #334193 24-May-2010 19:35
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maybe not just a couple week previous, but the sd card hadnt been inserted or tried untill recently

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  #334194 24-May-2010 19:41
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So the first thing I would try is the SD in another Vodafone 541

John

IamAd23

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  #334198 24-May-2010 19:49
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i dont know any body else with the same moobile phone as me, and i wouldnt be able to do much if it turns out its a malfunction in the phone because i dont have my recept anymore,

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  #334201 24-May-2010 19:55
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IamAd23: i dont know any body else with the same moobile phone as me, and i wouldnt be able to do much if it turns out its a malfunction in the phone because i dont have my recept anymore,


Vodafone shop must have a 541

 
 
 
 


IamAd23

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  #334202 24-May-2010 19:56
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so tomorrow i go in again to a vodafone shop, do you know of one in petone, the two whom worked in the upper hutt store were useless today,

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  #334207 24-May-2010 20:02
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IamAd23: so tomorrow i go in again to a vodafone shop, do you know of one in petone, the two whom worked in the upper hutt store were useless today,


Best to take the handset to place of purchase for testing

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  #334208 24-May-2010 20:04
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so back to upper hutt then........

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  #334209 24-May-2010 20:06
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If it miles just visit your local store and ask if you could try the SD stick in a 541

IamAd23

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  #334212 24-May-2010 20:09
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its just out of my way but i can do it, if it means getting my phone fixed id rather go out of my way problem is now my SIM (honestly i was in the middle of a text to my bestmate, then my phone shut down and it wont read my SIM anymore)

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