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SanDisk -- microSD/TransFlash Adapter -- how to use in my razor

I'm not really sure how to start using it in my razor. i inserted it into the slot in the back by the battery but it did not show up when i tried to use it. i'm not sure what to do so i was wondering if you could maybe help me.

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You have to go to your pics or music or phone settings where you will find the option and switch from the phone memory to the card it is known as storage on the motorola.

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1. Understanding SanDisk TransFlash Adapter. 2. Can I use it in my Laptop? 3. How about if im online?



1. Most computers now have an SD slot but not a transflash or micro SD slot. So you put your transflash or micro SD into the adapter and then put it in the full size SD slot in your computer.

2. Yes you can.

3. Not quite sure what this question is regarding.



Jan 04, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I cant transfer my ringtones from my san disk to my phone

Hi chad0872,

First and foremost, you can't do anything if you don't have all of the components needed to do the job. You will definitely need a computer. More importantly, you will also need a Micro SanDisk and TransFlash to SanDisk adapter. The Micro SanDisk is a very small device, approximately the size of a chip. The disk is placed in your phone to store your phone's items for transfer. The TransFlash to SanDisk adapter is used to access the SanDisk files on your computer. Your SanDisk should be at least 256MB for sufficient storage space.
Once you've established and obtained everything you need, you can now begin the initial transfer process. Insert your Micro SanDisk into the phone where your ringtones are stored. Access the Media Folder or Content Management folder in the phone. Highlight each ringtone file you want to transfer. Open the Options' section available for the ringtones and opt to move your ringtones from the phone's storage to the memory card. Once the transfer process is complete, remove the memory card from the phone
Now that you have moved your ringtones to the Micro SanDisk, place the Micro SanDisk into the TransFlash SanDisk. Insert the TransFlash SanDisk into your computer. This expandable memory slot can usually be found in the from of most laptops and next to the USB slots on the front panel of desktop model computers. Once the insertion is detected, your computer's AutoPlay dialog window will appear or an import options will be given. When the ringtones' window opens, drag and drop the ringtone files from your Micro SanDisk to your computer's desktop screen.Then transfer it to your phone,,,,

good luck with your fix,,,
have a nice day,,


Mar 06, 2010 | Samsung SCH-a670

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Not knowing how to insert into hard drive.

You need a USB to Flash card adapter, you push the little card into the slot, and if it is a mini card, it has to go into another card "Carrier" that plugs into another adapter, that then plugs into the PC, either through the USB adapter or a slot in PC, anyway, when you insert it, automatically, a driver will be installed, it is "Built into" Windows, now after it has done so. you can simply use it as a "Drive", meaning you can Copy, Cut, Paste.

Mar 01, 2010 | SanDisk 2GB microSD Memory Card

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My PC will not recognize my 2GB Micro SD Card

Does the PC recognize the adapter when you place onto the USB port? If not, try another USB port. It should atleast say it has detected hardware, see if it's finding and installing the drivers correctly.

If it's not the adapter, could you reformat the microsd card? Perhaps, it is corrupted? Is this SDHC or SD (what capacity). Older Blackberries do not support SDHC (I believe this is 4gb or above), perhaps this has something to do with it.

I hope this helps,

Sep 04, 2009 | SanDisk 2GB microSD Memory Card

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Cant fit my transflash adapter to my pc

Does your PC have a SD slot for the transflash adapter? If not you'll still need a SD to USB adapter to plug the SD into. If you have a Sony it may not be an SD slot it may be a Memory Stick or Memory StickPro which is not the same.

Jan 16, 2009 | SanDisk 2GB microSD Memory Card

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My micro sd card doesnt work in my transflash adapter.

Try to clean the card's contacts with a clean cloth or a tissue paper and reinsert the card in the adapter. Maybe the adapter is defective.

Nov 20, 2008 | SanDisk 2GB microSD Memory Card

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Micro SD 2 GB just stopped working

The PIC or EEPROM inside these cards may not be working. I guess you best bet is to buy a new one try Kingston brand or go with another Sandisk.

Jul 02, 2008 | SanDisk 2GB microSD Memory Card

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Where do i insert my sandisk microsd/transflash adapter?

This adapter will be usuall USB . Kindly verify you have the right adapter for memory. Else you will be having housing for the MICRO SD. AFTER THAT YOU MAY USE IT ON USB CARD READER

Apr 12, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Transflash disk for samsung A-950

If it is a MicroSD, it should be fine. With the phone off and open so you can see the keypad, on the right-hand side of the keypad, you should see s rectangular cover that says 'Transflash'. Open the cover and insert the MicroSD card with the gold contacts facing up (toward the keypad). The slot is spring loaded, so push the card in until you hear a soft click. Then close the cover and turn on your phone. That should be it. Removal is the opposite. Just gently push in on the card to release it and it will slide out under the spring pressure.
The phone won't really acknowledge that the card is present but you can see how much room is available under Tools-System-Manage Memory.

Nov 16, 2007 | Samsung SCH-a950 Cellular Phone

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Refresh database looping

This may not work for everyone - but try inserting a TransFlash (also called Micro SD)card in the microSD slot, and power on. It may then correctly refresh its database. It worked in my case, with firmware ver11.

Aug 11, 2006 | SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player

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