Question about Cell Phones
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Posted on Apr 24, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, with the Cookie you have to set your camera and video settings to external memory seperately, even though you have already made external memory your primary storage....its weird! I don't have the phone with me right now to check but open up the camera by clicking the button and while the icons are on the screen tap the one that looks like a cog, this takes you to the settings page for the camera, under one of the tabs here you will see two memory type options. Tap the 'external memory' option and away you go! You need to do the same with the video settings.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
yes there is a possible solution to your problem....there seems to be a problem with your card....and it doesn`t look like you can get your data back from it ...so you will have to format your memory card....connect your card to a computer through a memory card reader by also using your micro card`s adaptor and then format it from your computer......hope this helps.....please vote ...help us to help you better
Posted on Aug 07, 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
What happens when you put someone else's micro sd card in your phone? Does your phone recognize the other micro sd?
If it doesn't recognize that one, then it is your phone that has the problem and you should contact the manufacturer or the store you purchased it at as it needs service.
Posted on Jul 02, 2010
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First, I need to educate you - and then caution you - about what you are attempting to do.
Let me start off by telling you that you are correct: your phone has 230 mb for internal storage. However, when Motorola manufactured the i1, they installed a 600MHz Freescale ARM 11 Processor. This processor can handle up to a 32 GB capacity micro SD memory card. This is a large capacity card and there's a reason for it.
Specifically, the processor in your phone also requires a large portion of your internal memory to be free - so it can run / perform as fast as it can. With your internal memory full, your processor will slow WAY down, and will become susceptible to freeze-ups.
As such, your phone pretty much requires you to use a PC to transfer files both, to and from your memory card. This is actually to keep you from constantly getting a Low Memory message from your internal memory being full. And, with only 230 mb of memory (which isn't much) it wouldn't take long to fill it up - and slow the processor in your phone down - with photo's and music.
To be sure, in your phone's manual on page 36 it reads: "Your music is stored on your memory card. Your phone supports removable microSD memory cards up to 32 GB capacity."
This is Motorola's way of telling you to ONLY use your memory card to store music and not your phone's internal memory.
Moreover, on page 42 of your phone's manual it reads: "You can transfer your pictures, videos, music, ringtones, and more, from your computer to your phone's memory card." Again, Motorola point is to tell its i1 customers to use their memory card and not their internal memory for storage.
I'm telling you this for a reason. Working here at FixYa, I receive request every day for assistance when a person's phone freezes up. It is almost always because they were using their phones internal memory for storage and got it too full.
You really should use a computer to transfer files both, to and from your phone's memory card and keep as much of your phones internal memory as free as possible.
Here's a link to an online manual for your phone if you would like to review the pages I've talked about. And, I hope you follow my advise.
Click here: http://www.motorola.com/staticfiles/Support/US-EN/Mobile%20Phones/i1/Documents/Static-Files/i1_Boost_UG-EN_NNTN8085A.pdf
Posted on Feb 04, 2011
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