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would I be able to store music on the memory card? advice would be appreciated

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Never had a android phone and wondering if I would be able to put music onto the memory card once I have unlocked it?

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First this device doesn't have a sd card but internal memory. An sd card can be put into the device buy it doesn't work out of the box. Second, yes you will be able to put music on this memory pretty much like you would on a usb memory stick. You don't need any unlocking to put that music on the memory.

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Brilliant thanks for your help! Is it defiantly a sd card slot?

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Brilliant thanks for your help! Is it defiantly a sd card slot?

your welcome! I don't understand what you tried to say, there a sd card slot behind the back cover, you need to pop it off to put access the sd card slot, then use

ricky's tool to enable it: http://www.modaco.com/topic/358489-toolaio-tool-for-san-diego-and-xolo/

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I think his question is, is it a full size or micro SD slot. I've never taken the back off so couldn't help.

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Exactly.. Is the back easy to get of then?

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It's a MICRO SD slot. The back is fairly easier to get off, you just need patience.

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Thank you biohead!

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Is there a certain class or make which optimal? Thinking of getting this beast..

www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B005LFT40G/ref=redir_mdp_mobile

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Is there a certain class or make which optimal? Thinking of getting this beast..

Pretty sure that this IS NOT AN SDXC class devive

get Class 4 micro SDHC for music

or get Class 10 if you are going to run video over HDMI or WiDi

32GB max i believe

paul1897

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Thanks Paul saved me wasting money there.

Has anyone tried a 32gb card as seen one post stating it did not work was a class 10..

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