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My moto q will not read the factory (512) memory card

I just tried using the memory card in my new moto q, but the phone does not recognize the card. The card works on other devices, but not on mine. I tried another card also in my device, and the phone will not register them either.

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    i read other forums & it said it had nothing to do with what memory card it was!



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It take a mico mini memory card for motorola q

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Like I said in another post, not all SD cards work in the Q.

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