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Hello everyone. I've tried doing a google search and a forum search on this topic. From what I can see the dash supports up to 2 GB. So my real question is, what manufacturers of micro sd cards actually work with the tmobile dash. I read that not all micro sd cards are compatible with some phones. What brands do some of you use? Thanks for your help! (Oh and I got my dash here in the states if that makes any difference!)

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I bought a cheap one from walgreens and it works just fine! :D

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Best to go for Sandisk as they are the best known and also the most reliable with very few (if any) reported compatability issues.

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Hello everyone. I've tried doing a google search and a forum search on this topic. From what I can see the dash supports up to 2 GB. So my real question is, what manufacturers of micro sd cards actually work with the tmobile dash. I read that not all micro sd cards are compatible with some phones. What brands do some of you use? Thanks for your help! (Oh and I got my dash here in the states if that makes any difference!)



I have 2gb Kingston works fine.

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Best to go for Sandisk as they are the best known and also the most reliable with very few (if any) reported compatability issues.

Yeah i also have a Sandisk and it works fine in the states.

Edited by Log1k, 01 March 2008 - 05:26 AM.

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I am using a 2GB micro from ATP and it works great.

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