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Just wanting to no what storage card to buy

1gb
2gb
4gb or what ever. what the max this phone works with?

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well i have 2gb and it works fine, ps ebay sell em very cheap!

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2 GO is the max size available on the phone, since 4GO MicroSD is a special kind of microSD , not available for this phone.

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I've bought a Micro SanDisk 4GB SDHC and it works without any problems in my HTC Vox.
It's formatted in FAT32 of course.

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Edited by Doktor M@buse, 18 June 2007 - 05:50 PM.

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I've bought a Micro SanDisk 4GB SDHC and it works without any problems in my HTC Vox.
It's formatted in FAT32 of course


ok post back and tell us it works once you have filled it to the top. thats when you will see the problems

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I've already filled it up to 90% and everything still worked fine.
What should I test more?!

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what kind of stuff do you have on it?

on an earlier post on another thread I did say some will work depending on what you are storing large video files might be fine as will documents and photos but if you are storing mainly music, or programs you may find a big lag in responce times for the programs and reduced sound quality for you music which is why I always recomend stick to the 2GB cards to be on the safe side...my 4GB card (SD mini for my Qtek 8310) will cause problems such as dismissing alarms can take upto 3 minutes which annoys the wife at 3.30am with my 2GB card they are dismissed in less than 3 seconds

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I've bought a Micro SanDisk 4GB SDHC and it works without any problems in my HTC Vox.
It's formatted in FAT32 of course.

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wooow. Great news. It was written once , that fore sure SDHC were not compliant to HTC S710 hardware...
That's what they said also for psp (not to be used with 8GO) but once they discovered it to be used with 8GO finally...
(Ok I know the grammar/synthax of the previous sentence is weird, I'm French , sorry ^^ )

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Has anyone else tried the 4GB SDHC cards and had any luck??? I don't really wanna take my chances on buying the card to find out it doesn't work... although I have oher uses for it.

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I'm French , sorry ^^ )


That's okay, you're forgiven. :) :P

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Has anyone else tried the 4GB SDHC cards and had any luck??? I don't really wanna take my chances on buying the card to find out it doesn't work... although I have oher uses for it.



Yeah this seriously needs some confriming. In another thread we had one person have HTC tell them it would work and another person have HTC tell them it wouldn't work.

If someone has this working AND they have it working fine with lots of music on it without skipping then please post which brand and model of card you have!

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Yeah this seriously needs some confriming. In another thread we had one person have HTC tell them it would work and another person have HTC tell them it wouldn't work.

If someone has this working AND they have it working fine with lots of music on it without skipping then please post which brand and model of card you have!


well... I ordered one anyway cos payday rolled around and I had a bit of spare money, lol so I thought I'd take the chance... it should turn up on Monday so I'll post back once I have it and let you know what I found :)

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well... I ordered one anyway cos payday rolled around and I had a bit of spare money, lol so I thought I'd take the chance... it should turn up on Monday so I'll post back once I have it and let you know what I found :)



GREAT! Looking forward to hearing back.

Which one did you order? I Was looking around a bit and it looks like there are bascally two out there. Kingmax and Sandisk. The Sandisk is supposed to be "class 2" and the Kingmax "class 6".

Looking further though, I couldn't actually find anyone selling the Kingmax anywhere, and the prices on the Sandisk were pretty high.

Does anyone know what "class" of sd speed is recommended for the s710? Is class 2 fast enough?

Edited by Socrates, 01 July 2007 - 08:07 AM.

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GREAT! Looking forward to hearing back.

Which one did you order? I Was looking around a bit and it looks like there are bascally two out there. Kingmax and Sandisk. The Sandisk is supposed to be "class 2" and the Kingmax "class 6".

Looking further though, I couldn't actually find anyone selling the Kingmax anywhere, and the prices on the Sandisk were pretty high.

Does anyone know what "class" of sd speed is recommended for the s710? Is class 2 fast enough?


it was the Sandisk one that I ordered... as for your question on the class I'm not too sure :)

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Well... the card didn't turn up today probably because of the postal strike on Friday (Damn Royal Mail! :) )... hopefully it should turn up tomorrow just before I leave for work, in which case if it does I'll give it a go at work and post my findings :P

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Hi people,

I get my memory cards from here ... http://www.mymemory.co.uk/ excellent service and quick delivery

Currently using a 2gb card all works well hopefully will be trying a 4gb soon

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Still not arrived... just looked and it seems my order is on hold even though the card is in stock, sent the company an email yesterday morning but haven't had a reply yet... I've never had problems using them before :)

::EDIT:: well I spoke to someone in their support dept and found out the reason it was on old is because they MADE me chose the device I was planning to use the memory card in from a pre-defined list, which I just picked a random device... so they stalled the order because the device I chose didn't support the card....
anyway it is now on it's way and I should have it tomorrow at long last

Edited by HeK _014_, 04 July 2007 - 04:14 PM.

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IT FINALLY ARRIVED!!!.... and it worked!!! filled it pretty much all the way up with lots of videos and mp3's and both of them are playing fine without any lag or hitch at all

So the Sandisk 4GB SDHC cards do seem to be compatible :)

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54 MB free from 4 GB
:)

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Sweet. So the Sandisk one works in the s710!!!

Any follow up to the peroformance report? Any new problems?

Pretty awesome stuff.

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