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How much storage can you cram in an XDA Orbit?

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johninnit

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Hi everyone,

Am thinking of swapping my Magician (Vodafone VPA compact) for a snazzy new O2 XDA Orbit. I'd like a lot of storage for MP3s in it though, but annoyingly it's micro SD, which doesn't seem to have anything over 2GB.

With the Magician, I found the modaco forums invaluable in checking out who had tried which large memory cards (sucessfully or not) and settled on a 2GB ADATA MMC+ as a result.

What's the biggest card anyone's managed to get working in an Artemis so far?

Cheers,
John

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mrchrisdavies

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2gb is the biggest microSD you can get. It could be 4 or 5 months until a 4gb comes out.

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thanks for that. oh well :)

guess there's also the issue of which 2 giggers will be compatible. Vodafone/iMate weren't very helpful when i tried to sound it out about my Magician, saying only that they'd heard of people using 512kb happily.

maybe in a few months a few more brave Orbit owners will have had a crack at it. I've just found I'll have to wait til end Feb anyway for my contract to expire (had 2 contracts confused & thought I was up already!).

cheers,
John

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Alot of users in xda-developers have used Sandisk 2GB sucessfully.
Don't think theres any problems :)

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