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Topic # 11727 8-Feb-2007 19:03
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Just bought a smartphone2 (yeah, I know its old, but I'm a student and poor etc). I bought a 4GB SD card for it, but I'm having trouble getting it to do anything.

Does anyone know what the maximum SD card size is? The Sandisk site said 2GB, another said 256MB.

Thanks

Arran

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Reply # 60182 8-Feb-2007 22:55
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You should be ok with up to 2GB. Also try not to get the super fast ones, they are not always compatible wiith older devices.








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  Reply # 60202 9-Feb-2007 06:05
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Thanks for that. Guess I'll go chuck this 4gb one on trademe and wrangle me up a 2GB.

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