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My previous phone was the 8830 and it continuely broke with the same problem. Each time I had the memory card in. I couldn't figure out what was really the issue after all the phones.

Some broke faster than others. I was thinking it might be something that got onto my card. I bought the high speed Ultra II micro sd off amazon.com but it was from a private user. I'm thinking there might be something shady with it, idk why though.

Does the high speed card even help? Does the bberry even have the ability to transfer at 10mb/s?

I wanna start shooting some video on my new pearl! Maybe I should just buy a new one from ccity and get my employee discount?
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