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1.Some memory cards are not supported by all phone make sure you stop by your nearest t- Mobile store to get the right card for your phone.
2. check the memory on your phone without the memory card, if it is almost fully then you may have to delete something, number or music or game whatever it migth be.
3.May you could try to format the memory card.
I can tell you that if you have pictures on them they have to be put into a specific folder to view on the phone. The easiest thing to do is format the card on your computer. After I did that the sidekick had no problems reading mine. If you ever add photos to the card from an outside source such as usb cable make sure you put the pictures in the exact same folder the sidekick camera puts them in.
well it happens some time, if you want to format the memory card, the best way is to
take your memory card out of the phone
put it in all-in-one card reader
and format through computer
be sure you selete "FAT" option not "FAT 32" when format via computer.
put the card back.
make sure that you do a soft reset; press all keys @ 1 0 at the sametimes every time if that happens again and as for the website, you gotta to clear cache, history and cookie to clear everything out so you can access it better that way as well.
oh and also, one more thing, you might will have to delete old email, text, notes that youre no longer need them, it will help to make the "low memory" go away/clear up, too.
Which Sidekick is it? A Master Reset will take care of it,.
NOTE: A master reset restores the original factory settings and can
erase all downloaded content, including ringtones, camera images,
contacts stored in the handset memory, and Java™ applications. It does
not erase data stored on the SIM card or memory card (if available).
Back up all necessary data on the handset memory before proceeding.
There is a hardware problem with some SK2's that involve the top bumper and a brownish ribbon cable under 2 tabs.
here's the hiptop forum (the manufacturer) where the problem is discussed,a nd the solution is copied and pasted below.
the problem is that the plastic clips that hold part of the top rubber bumper push on a cable inside the unit. if you take off the top rubberized bumper you will see a orangeish yellow ribbon cable. this is whats getting hit.
here are some CRUDE pics i just drew up just now. no laughing!
these two show what happens after pressure is applied to the area around the sim slot.
I found that if you take off the bumper and LIGHTLY massage the side of the cable in with a paperclip (CAREFULLY) and then try the camera untill it works again. then to prevent this from happening again... I cut the clips that go into those holes. no clips.. no issue. ive done this for my freinds and they love me now.. they call it the clip snip. Ive fixed 7.. no 8 cameras so far this way. no where near a software issue. I cannot recomend that YOU sticka paperclip inside the unit unless you know what youa re doing. I can only recomend that you try removing the top bumper and waiting to see if the camera ever comes back. if it dies then snip the clips that go into the hole above the camera cable.
let me know if this makes sense to you or not so i can edit.