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#17916 18-Dec-2007 00:16
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I have recently acquired an Imate Jasjar. When I put a 512 MB card on to it it read the data on the card?

Today I got myself a 4 GB Toashiba SDHC card. The card reader is reading the card but when I put it in the Jasjar it did not do so? I switched the phone off, removed the battery and restarted the cell too to try and load the same. Unfortunately it isnt readin the card at all.

What could be the reason and how do I go about loading the 4 GB card?


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  #100581 18-Dec-2007 08:15
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With the original ROM the Jasjar will only read non-SDHC cards. It will work fine with up to a 4GB standard SD card.
If you're keen though, some of the custom WM6 roms include SDHC card support.

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