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T-mobile Dash With a SDHC Card

I would like to buy a 6 or 8gb memory card for my phone but these cards are SDHC and I've been looking around the internet trying to find out if the dash can read the card, I've found that some sites say yes, some say no and others say after you upgrade the rom; which I don't know how to do either. It would be great to know because I found a deal on a card

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  • pbyrnej Oct 11, 2008

    I have the same problem, where the T-Mobile Dash can't read my 8gb sdhc card. I also have the same problem with my computer with the card, the computer can't sync with it! Is there a general problem with the type of card or what?

  • Anonymous Nov 04, 2008

    Bough a 4gb SDHC card, DASH does not read it. Can I format the card to be readbale by DASH?

  • Anonymous Jan 21, 2009

    tmobile dash can't read sdhc card

  • Anonymous May 14, 2009

    I have a 16gb sdhc and have the same problem in my T-mobile Dash WM6. By the way, the link is broken...

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I have a dash with wm6, 8gb card works without a hitch

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I already been through this problem. the dash can only take 4gb max. i bought 8 gb for nothing and so did you. just sell your 8gb and buy a 4gb and keep the rest of the money in your pocket.

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It does not come with the drivers to support SDHC over 2 gigs, but go this link and install the app. after that it will work.

ftp://xda:xda@ftp.xda-developers.com...port%20Kit.cab

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