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How do you format SD card

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I may be missing something, but is it possible to reformat the SD cards while still in the M2000?

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im guessing it should act like the SPV's...

when you insert a new SDCARD and switch on the phone it should prompt you if you wish to format it just before hitting the mainscreen :o

dont think there is a way of doing it within the phone OS :(

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Assuming the same software (such as File Explorer) is provided with the SPV M2000 as with the MDA III (T-Mobile version) and I-Mate PDA2k (I-Mate version) then no it's not possible to format sd cards without installing extra software.

On searching I've found these possibilities:

StorageTools for Pocket PC

Pocket Mechanic

Flash Format

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