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The SDA announced the microSD format at CTIA Wireless 2005 on March 14, 2005, and approval of the final microSD specification was announced on July 13, 2005. At launch, the microSD format was available in capacities of 32, 64, and 128 MB. SanDisk introduced a 2 GB microSD card in July of 2006, initially priced at 99 USD. Since then, prices for flash memory devices have fallen dramatically. The same 2 GB card as of April 2009 can be found for as little as 12 USD at department stores, and as of May 2009 for as little as 6 USD at online electronics stores. At present date Jan 2010 a 16 GB micro SD card class 2 comes for about $40 and a 4 GB class 2 micro SD card comes for about $8. please rate my answer as helpful. thanks. Joe
it will need to be smaller then 8gb...... also micro SD......... NOT micro SDHD .....you also need to format it using the phone (check user guide for info on how to do this)
hope this works for you .....good luck
i believe they are only capable of 2 gig, get a brand new 2 gig for around $7 online, and the device should recognize it, i have the brand name kingston, my problem now is, i cant sync music, if u figure that out, let me know
You have a option in the memory card settings to format. It will format, but still after loading some data into memory card the mobile starts freezing again, even im suffering with the same problem for a long time