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This page at moby memory lists the HTC Touch, does the Touch support SDHC and has anybody verified that this card will work?

http://www.mobymemor...-USB-reader.asp

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This page at moby memory lists the HTC Touch, does the Touch support SDHC and has anybody verified that this card will work?

http://www.mobymemor...-USB-reader.asp

thanks..



I did some searching and alot of reviews say that it should accept higher that 2gb SDHC cards but they have not tested it, but then I found this:

http://www.mymemory....s/HTC/HTC_Touch

This says it will only accept 2gb which I am running in my touch but 4gb would be great......

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I did some searching and alot of reviews say that it should accept higher that 2gb SDHC cards but they have not tested it, but then I found this:

http://www.mymemory....s/HTC/HTC_Touch

This says it will only accept 2gb which I am running in my touch but 4gb would be great......


The HTC Touch user manual states its supports "microSD™ (SD 2.0 compatible)", the SD 2.0 standard includes SDHC support for over 2G cards so in theory it should support this product.

User manual
http://www.europe.ht...t/training.html (download manual - see page 198)

SD info
http://en.wikipedia....re_Digital_card

Even if the theory is correct, there might be compatibility issues for certain devices. Only one way to prove it!

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Comment from this review mentions use of a 4GB card,

" and it supported our 4-gigabyte SanDisk microSD card without trouble........"

http://www.pcmag.com...,2144680,00.asp

Other than that reviews raises usual concern over half finished touchflo interface & slow processor...

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Comment from this review mentions use of a 4GB card,

" and it supported our 4-gigabyte SanDisk microSD card without trouble........"

http://www.pcmag.com...,2144680,00.asp

Other than that reviews raises usual concern over half finished touchflo interface & slow processor...


I am running with a 4GB Kingston SDHC card and it seems to work fine, but then i haven't filled it up yet!

Am currently having problems playing large videos over 1G... any ideas?

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