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Old 05-02-2008, 02:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
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What is the difference betweed a micro sd and a micro sd hc card (speed)??. And which should i get for my 8320.


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Old 05-02-2008, 03:03 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Your 83xx can read SD and SDHC cards alike, it all depends on the size of the card (cards bigger than 2GB are SDHC).
Basically it's preference. 4GB is the biggest size that can be read by OS 4.2 though iirc, allthough you might wanna think about buying 8GB if you're speculating on OS 4.5 being able to read 8GB.
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Thanks for the info.

It's 3am I'm at work.... bored and need a card.

So hello ebay
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Just buy from a reputable dealer on eBay as there are more counterfeit cards on eBay than you can shake a stick at! <vbg>
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buy.com has great deals including $10 off for using google checkout. I purchased a 2GB for $10 + Free shipping - $10 Google Checkout = $0.
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as max said past 2GB capacity, the card becomes an SDHC(high cpacity)
keep in mind though , not alot of FW/OS's support HC cards, yet!
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all BlackBerrys that support media cards support microSDHC. Just keep in mind the currently supported storage amount is limited by the OS.
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^^ probably what i meant to say..
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I knew about the 8gig problem so I'm going to get two 4 gigs.

I'm also going to get a Gps puck soon and I'm sure all are not created equal, do you guys have any suggestions?

If not I will repost wit a new thread.

Thanks for clearing that up
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will the 4gb card work on a 8310 curve....


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Wow.
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Wow.
musta been too complicated of a question for you....



just becuz I am new here, dont try to play the "forum noobie" game with me....


I found what I was looking for....
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just becuz I am new here, dont try to play the "forum noobie" game with me....


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Good. I am closing this thread before it gets more out of hand.
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I knew about the 8gig problem so I'm going to get two 4 gigs.

I'm also going to get a Gps puck soon and I'm sure all are not created equal, do you guys have any suggestions?

If not I will repost wit a new thread.

Thanks for clearing that up

I use this one:

Freedom Input Ltd - Freedom Keychain GPS 2000
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