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Old 03-28-2008, 02:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there a way to install currently loaded programs such as AIM or Google Maps on the SD card instead of it being installed on the phones memory?
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Is there a way to install currently loaded programs such as AIM or Google Maps on the SD card instead of it being installed on the phones memory?
Not possible.
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Is there a way to install currently loaded programs such as AIM or Google Maps on the SD card instead of it being installed on the phones memory?
maybe in the future is the device is made with a dual core processor and instead of a single flash memory sector maybe it will have two that can be used in a "diskswap" fashion. we can all wish right
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