Question about Motorola Cell Phones
The phone should automatically respond to the card.
However, before replacing the card or the phone, try unplugging everything from the phone, power and the card. Remove the battery. Wait a few minutes and then pun in the card. then put in the battery and power back up. This type of "hard reset" should allow your phone to read your card. If not, you will need to either get a new card or take the phone in for servicing.
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
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