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Large sd micro cards than originally intended?

Will a 4gb micro sd card work in the Razr v3m, even though at the time of release it was only meant for 1g?

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  • sodamonster Feb 08, 2008

    Well, I was hoping someone with a v3m would be able to answer, as I don't really know much of anything about the v3i. :P thanks anyways

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Soda monster, first of all wuz up man? the answer is yes, i had a razor v3i pretty much same thing to urs, and i installed a 2gb micro sd and it worked, and later i replaced it with a 4 gb card and it worked too. but sometimes when u have to many songs and pictures the phone will become slow and at times freezes ur phone too much, u will have to remove the battery and turn it back on, thats the only bad part , so a 2gb micro sd is recommended.

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