Question about Cell Phones
A few things that it may be what size capacity is the card and if it is high capacity make sure your phone can read that size. Make sure that your phone mounted it. Then if it is a generic card they aren't reliable anyway so try putting it in a computer or something you know can read the capacity of the card other than that it may be the card reader in your phone may have an issue.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Samsung Trace t519 Micro SD
I have this phone to. I remember reading a long time ago, sorry I can't source it, but anything over 1gig the phone will not recognize. I have had 1gb sandisk and 1gb Lexar in my phone no prob. Try getting a smaller size card.
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
this may help you get around your problem
1. Make sure the microSD card is inserted in the phone.
2. Plug the phone into the USB slot on your computer using the G1 USB cable.
3. Watch the notification bar at the top of the G1 main screen. After the computer connects on the USB port, you will see a small USB icon appear on the notification bar.
4. Drag the notification bar down and select the USB connection notification. A popup will appear asking you if you want to mount the microSD card on the computer. Select "mount." After a second, the PC should detect the card.
5. You can now copy files to and from the card like any other USB storage device.
When you're finished, open the Music app, and select the Songs icon and you should see all your music files listed. The phone will read the files and sort them by album name and artist name as well.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
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.
I hope that this answers your question and ask in return only that you take a moment to rate my answer.
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.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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