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Removing the SD chip

I have a motorola razr v3 cell phone and I want to know how to remove the SD chip to retrieve photos from it.

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Okay, here is a link that will help..but it shows you how to insert it instead of remove, but you would just be doin reverse so either way it will benefit you. http://www.somelifeblog.com/2007/09/razr-install-microsd-transflash-card.html

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Removing sd card


If you have a Razr V3 you must remove the battery cover.

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Verizon Wireless still uses the CDMA network. CDMA gets the phone user ID from a programmed chip hardwired to the phone instead of a SIM card.

Because of this, there is room underneath the battery cover, south of the battery on the right side of the compartment for a mini-SD card.

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Hi, first go here:
http://www.somelifeblog.com/2007/03/motorola-razr-v3-how-to-remove-battery.html
to remove the back and the battery from the phone, then go here:http://www.somelifeblog.com/2007/03/motorola-razr-v3-how-to-remove-sim-card.html

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Hope this helps, if not let me know :) Si

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