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memory card for 815

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by jdoe, Aug 25, 2005.

  1. jdoe

    jdoe Guest

    Exactly what kind of memory card does the 815 use, and what type of reader
    do you need for the computer to use it?
    Larry
     



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  2. jeaniesing

    jeaniesing New Member

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    They're usually referred to as "trans-flash" cards and are available at the phone stores and online... the SanDisk ones (brand name) come with an SD card adaptor which will slide into any SD card reader... I got mine at WalMart - its a Kodak card reader. I have a 128 and a 256 each in our 2 phones. Bigger ones are available if you plan to use your phone as an MP3 player (capability by phone) :D
     
  3. jdoe

    jdoe Guest

    That's weird...When I got our phones I asked the poeple at the VZW store and
    they said they didn't carry them but they could be bought at CompUSA & such
    but they never told me what they were called. I do think it would be nice to
    use it as an MP3 though.
    Larry
    "jeaniesing" <jeaniesing.1ubgxz@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> wrote in message
    news:jeaniesing.1ubgxz@nospam.cellphoneforums.net...
    >
    > jdoe Wrote:
    >> Exactly what kind of memory card does the 815 use, and what type of
    >> reader
    >> do you need for the computer to use it?
    >> LarryThey're usually referred to as "trans-flash" cards and are available
    >> at

    > the phone stores and online... the SanDisk ones (brand name) come with
    > an SD card adaptor which will slide into any SD card reader... I got
    > mine at WalMart - its a Kodak card reader. I have a 128 and a 256 each
    > in our 2 phones. Bigger ones are available if you plan to use your
    > phone as an MP3 player (capability by phone) :D
    >
    >
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    > jeaniesing
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  4. jt

    jt Guest


    > > jdoe Wrote:
    > >> Exactly what kind of memory card does the 815 use, and what type of
    > >> reader



    It's a transflash card which might also be known as microSD I think.
    One of the localwireless stores near me, which has a big online store
    as well sells them. I picked up Motorola branded Mobile Phone Tools
    from them in the version 2 with cable for $22 (savee about $15 and got
    the live update online) http://www.malcomwireless.com

    jt
     
  5. jeaniesing

    jeaniesing New Member

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    Wow.. I musta been half asleep when I typed that... mixed pronouns all over!

    How Rude of the folks at the VZW store... Radioshack had 'em! The 256 is easily big enough to hold MP3's for a casual user, but hardcore folks need what they need.

    Motorola sells stereo headphones :D
     
  6. David S

    David S Guest

    On Thu, 25 Aug 2005 05:59:14 -0500, jeaniesing
    <jeaniesing.1ubgxz@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> chose to add this to the
    great equation of life, the universe, and everything:

    >> do you need for the computer to use it?
    >> LarryThey're usually referred to as "trans-flash" cards and are available at

    >the phone stores and online... the SanDisk ones (brand name) come with


    Jeanie, I love your enthusiasm for this group, and I like that you don't
    top post, but could you please start your reply on the next line? Better
    yet, leave a blank line.

    Thanks.

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    Remove the naughty bit from my address to reply
    Expect a train on ANY track at ANY time.
    "Oh, I *am* sorry, Doctor. Were we having a good time?" - Spock
     

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