Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3
Someone told me I could use a micro SD card with a motorola razr V3 phone, and that you put it in the phone somewhere by the battery, but there there is no slot for it anywhere on the phone........Is it possible to use them with the phone or can you not? Im really confused about it -.-'
I know of a solution, but it is dangerous to your phone and it will probably void your warranty ifyou break it.
1) open the back of your razr, revealing the battery and the sim card.
2) do you see the small screws that hold the lower part of the phone on? there located on the edge of the phone.
3) unscrew these and take off the black casing that both holds your SIM card in place, and prevents you from putting in an SC card to your phones motherboard.
4) place the sd card onto the pannel of your motherboard, making sure that it fits properly.
5) put everything back together and your done, you now have a thrid storage device on your phone.
Posted on Mar 03, 2008
You all need the v3m the v3c does not have the microsd capability it was intragrated in the v3m which is identical except for the addition of a music player a memory card slot and a self timer in the camera and i think other small things
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
It depends on your carrier or phone model.
Verizon Wireless still uses the CDMA network. CDMA gets the phone user ID from a programmed chip hardwired to the phone instead of a SIM card.
Because of this, there is room underneath the battery cover, south of the battery on the right side of the compartment for a mini-SD card.
Other carriers such as T-Mobile, Cingular/AT&T DO use SIM cards to store user ID, so there is not room for a memory card.
I do know that the MotoRazr2 V9 from AT&T DOES accept Micro-SD cards.
But if you have a GSM carrier such as T-Mobile or AT&T, the Razr V3 does not have a card slot.
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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