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Topic # 5179 5-Oct-2005 21:55
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Hey people

i just brought me a nokia 6680 pretty mean phone but i want more memory :).

just wondering if you can get a bigger card that a 64 and a 128


can you get a 1 gig even 2gig?

thanx for ya help :)

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  Reply # 21069 5-Oct-2005 22:42

the type of card is rs-mmc

sandisk manufacture a range of memory cards found in mobile handsets but if your looking for a good place to source one try www.flashcards.co.nz/catalog alot of users have used then domestically successfully

http://www.flashcards.co.nz/catalog



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  Reply # 21092 6-Oct-2005 08:36
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hey thanx for that is i see that they have a 256 do they have ne bigger

thanx again bro :D

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 21093 6-Oct-2005 09:08
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You need to ensure you have a dual voltage card or else it will not work in a 6680. Only a small number of the cards are dual voltage so ensure you get the correct one or you'll be stuck with a lemon.

You can get 512mb cards in NZ but make sure you shop around, there are some serious rip offs out there, there are a few people selling 512mb cards on trademe at the moment for $80 which is good value - many other sites such are trying to sell the identical brand card for double that (and they are probably all sourced from tech pac who are the distributors).

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  Reply # 21234 10-Oct-2005 10:58

The maximum available size of the RS-MMC card is 512MB at the moment, however Samsung announced couple of weeks ago that they will start to ship 1GB RS-MMC card soon.

Always choose the dual voltage ones!

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