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T Mobile Dash Isn't Reading My MIcro SD Card...

I purchased a 4GB Micro SD card at the same time I Bought my Dash... Ive tried to find the storage card in my File explorer folder on my phone and I've tried to find it when I connected it to my PC.. and my phone is not reading the card its just in there..lol...Can Anyone Help me?..

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  • RUPhilinMe Apr 21, 2008

    How do I reformat it as FAT?

  • michael hancock May 08, 2008

    t-mobile Dash does not support 4 gig sdhc. Is there a way to format the card so that it will work? if so how do I do it?

  • ticocisco Nov 02, 2008

    My T mobile Dash is not reading my Micro SD card

  • chris123188 Nov 26, 2008

    I have a 4G sdhc memory card and it doesn't show up on my computer when I sync it nor can I access the files on it. I have tried the walk thru on the tmobile site but the phone does not show that I have a memory card...

  • arvind_don26 Dec 07, 2008

    I purchased a 1GB Micro SD card at the same time I Bought my Dash... Ive tried to find the storage card in my File explorer folder on my phone and I've tried to find it when I connected it to my PC.. and my phone is not reading the card its just in there..lol...Can Anyone Help me?..


    Comment posted on Apr 21, 2008



  • mike101607 Jan 22, 2009

    it doesnt

  • Anonymous May 11, 2009

    i have the updated dash black same prob its like its not there

  • Anonymous May 22, 2009

    how do i fix it

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The Dash is only configured to handle up to 2GB for an SD card.

Posted on Apr 24, 2008

4gb microsd works... ignore the fools who say otherwise
it will not work if you're on wm5
you need wm6 or 6.1 in order for SDHC cards to be recognized.

Posted on Jun 20, 2008

Update to 6.1, should fix the problem.

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It might be that your Dash does not support 'Gig card

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doesn't support FAT32/NTFS file system - try to reformat as FAT

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

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