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Motorazr V3m memory questions

Discussion in 'US Cellular Forum' started by pofarm, Dec 18, 2007.

  1. pofarm

    pofarm New Member

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    I have the US Cellular V3m and understand that different carriers' phones support different SD card sizes (gigs), so I am wondering what SD card size this phone will support. Also, I have read, in other posts, that there are supposed to be 8 pins in the SD card slot, but some are defective and only have 6 pins. I don't see any in my phone. Are they supposed to be exposed, or are they hidden under the plastic cover over the slot? If they are hidden, how do I see them to count them? Thanks in advance for any info.
     
  2. tearsonurcheek

    tearsonurcheek Junior Member
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    I believe the V3m is supposed to support up to 2 gig. However, I've heard some people have problems with a card larger than 1 gig, freezing when trying to access it (although I've heard that problem more with the SLVR L7c than the V3m). If I'm not mistaken, the V3m will only use 1 gig of the card for mp3's, although I've not tried it myself (I don't yet have a card), so I could be mistaken.

    It certainly won't recognize larger than 2 gig, as above that is SDHC (SD High Capacity) rather than standard SD format. The RAZR2 (V9m) will recognize and use the full 2 gig.

    Here's a list of the phones that uscc has offered with supported memory card type and size:

    1) This is the official max size supported by the manufacturer
    2) When marked with an asterisk (*), there is no max size reported by the manufacturer, but is the max size card sold specifically for this phone by them
    3) Unless otherwise specified, all cards are MicroSD/TransFlash

    256 MB
    Motorola V710*
    Nokia 6255 (MMC)

    512 MB
    Kyocera KX-5 Slider Remix
    Kyocera 7135 (SD/MMC)

    2 GB
    Motorola Q (MiniSD)
    Motorola K1m KRZR*
    Motorola L7c SLVR*
    Motorola V3m RAZR*
    Motorola V9m RAZR2
    Motorola Z6m ROKR
    Nokia 6265i (MiniSD)
    Samsung R500
    Samsung U520

    4 GB (SDHC)
    LG UX380
    RIM BlackBerry 8830
     
  3. pofarm

    pofarm New Member

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    I stopped by the store I bought the phone from. They told me it will support 1 gig.
     

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