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S3310 - cant save directly to memory card (1GB)

While transfering thru bletooth, files goes straight to phone memory, unable to select memory card to save. while getting transfered i dint get any popup to select the location to save.. (phone or Memorycard)

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nothing can be donw with s3310.. there is no option to save the transfered files directly to memory card.. it is setup to go to phone memory directly, you have to then move from phone to memory card.
sick it is... we cant transfer large files.
but u can use card reader or usb cable to download directly to memory card. other than this.. mobile s good

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the bluetooth files cannot be transferred to memorycard..
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Now ur message will automatically go to memory card.
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