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Topic # 65311 2-Aug-2010 14:47
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Hi,

Got a lend of a 3120 from my old man. Something I'm unclear about is the capacity of micro SDHC it can accept. The specs for the phone on most websites say it supports up 4gb, but the Nokia NZ site, for example, reckons it can take up to a 16gb card.

Does anybody have experience with one of these phones and has used it with a card larger than 4gb?


Cheers

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  Reply # 361628 2-Aug-2010 14:58
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My wife has one and it didn't like my 8gb card, but is happy enough with a 2gb card at present.




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  Reply # 361731 2-Aug-2010 17:01
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I have no problems with a 4GB SDHC card.



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  Reply # 362726 4-Aug-2010 01:41
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Handsomedan: My wife has one and it didn't like my 8gb card, but is happy enough with a 2gb card at present.


Cheers, that gives me something to work with.

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  Reply # 362743 4-Aug-2010 07:24
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Maximum is 4GB. Thanks for pointing out the error on our website.

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