Question about LG Cell Phones
Most phones require you to turn off the phone before you slot in the card then turn back on. The phone should automatically recognise it after this. You can go to where your multimedia files are and check options then the storage media. You should see the memory card and its properties there.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
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