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Old 05-01-2010, 05:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Do the chargers that use the micro-usb plug in all block the sd memory card?
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No, they don't.
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Because I didn't ask a clear question to start. I'll expand a bit.

The charging cables that are designed to synch/charge will block the memory card.

Bit the ones designed only to charge won't.

Is that correct?

Thank you for your rapid response
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That's not correct either. Both should be the same. Granted you will find some that don't but that is due to quality.
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Thank you again.

Poptrapper actually showed me what the problem was. In my settings. I had it setup where everytime I plug in the cable. The BB acts like a mass storage device. I changed the settings so it asks if I want to do that.

TY for the answers to my questions. I was just asking the wrong questions.

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