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Re: Samsung G800 versus Scandisk 8gb SDHC
Hi,.. If u have a card resder with you, try with it and still if it doesn't work try contacting the place where you bought the memory card. Incase if the memory card is in warranty period there is a possible replacement.
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You need to format the card. If you have an otion under memory in settings, sometimes there is an option to format the card there. Otherwise, put it in your computer, go to the samsung site or a format card site and format it for your phone. I transferred all my contacts to a card and there was no order to them, I had forgotten format the SD card. This doesnt happen on a SIM card...only CDMA phones with SD cards
An 8GB micro SD card will actually be a micro SDHC card. Older SD devices care incompatible at the basic hardware level with the SDHC specification: they can only use standard SD variants. In theory that means a micro SD up to 4GB but in practice I've found very few pre-SDHC devices which will reliably handle more than 2GB SD cards without a firmware update.
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If it hasn't, then please add a comment with the exact make and model of the older phone and also of the 8GB micro-SD card and I'll investigate further before posting a reply for you.
On most cell phones that use micro sd cards have the option that enables you to move the photo to the card after it has been taken just look for that option whenever you click on a photo you wish to move
i have come to the conclusion the mgb card itself is corrupted
i put in my nokia 5800 and it says card corrupted
i format card all looks ok
remove from nokia
and put back in again
and card corrupted again,
also 8gb card from my nokia (not the same one)
works in the pixion ok
so im sending back the card
this is probably because you are playing the tracks directly from your memory card. if you gon into applications then music player, and select your tunes this way it should automatically move onto the next one