Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3x Cellular Phone
When i first put the card in it seemed like it worked well, recognised the card and even allowed me to save one photo to the card, but it didnt let me copy songs from the phone memory to the card, so as a first measure i turned off the phone, took out the sd card, put it back in again and then turned the phone on again. This time nothing shows up on the phone.
i've ruled out hardware error of the phone's card reader, as after formatting the card in my computer and putting it back in the phone the phone's filesystem is back on the sd card.
i've even reinstalled the flex using motokup, but still the same, the card just isnt recognised by the phones operating system.
if i take out the card while the phone is turned on however (i tried this as a last resort to see what would happen) The phone comes up with a message: "memory card removed, some settings may be changed"
I don't know what else i can do, i've obviously tried master reset which was a pain but it didnt do anything useful.
if im not mistaken, the largest memory card compatible to a moto razr v3x is a 512 mb micro sd. hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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