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Topic # 10218 10-Nov-2006 17:25

Just picked up a 2GB miniSD card and was wondering how to format it so the phone recognises it - as it currently saying it doesn't support memory of this size?

Tried using tools / miniSD ...

Tried the USB cable.

Does it require a hotfix? And where could I get this?

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  Reply # 51907 10-Nov-2006 17:34
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So brands of miniSD don't work in phones. What do you have?

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  Reply # 51909 10-Nov-2006 17:45
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you may have too fast a card - apparently they break the specifications to make the cards faster.

Slower cards are cheaper, and generally more compatible - I had to get a slow 2GB for my Nokia 6265 (now in my Apache).




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  Reply # 51910 10-Nov-2006 17:52
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Sandisk and Kingston both work well.



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  Reply # 51963 11-Nov-2006 10:12

Brand new Kingston 2GB card.

Would there be anyway too "underclock" it - slow it down.

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  Reply # 51965 11-Nov-2006 10:20
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nope, sorry




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Reply # 51966 11-Nov-2006 10:28
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kane007: as it currently saying it doesn't support memory of this size?


It says all really. Try using a 1GB memory card instead.








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  Reply # 51969 11-Nov-2006 10:38

Thanks guys, still using my 1GB but was rather hoping for the memory upgrade.

How about anyway of asking SANYO directly or possible hotfixes for the 5600?

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