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sd/mmc/rsmmc

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are there any differences between using an sd card, as opposed to a mmc or rs-mmc in terms of battery life?? cuz ive got two mpx200's. one with the original rom, and the other with a "modified" rom. when i have my sd card in either phone, i get like 3 hours of battery life out of it, but when i use my mmc card, i can use the phone all day long like normal. ive been tryin to read into this a lil more, and i saw that there are low-voltage mmc and rsmmc cards out there(as well as sd). would there be much of a difference if i was to use a low voltage sd card as opposed to a mmc or rsmmc(with adapter, of course)??

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You could also try miniSD with an adaptor as they use less power than a standard SD card.

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is there a list somewhere with how much power each card requires? LOL

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