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My m25 doesn't load with a memory card (2Gb)

I put the memory and add some music in my m25, but when i want to turn it on it doesn't load. Starts normally but the loading stops when the playlists have to load. I thought that if I let it charge for some minutes it would start as always, but some time later it turns off. Any idea?

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  • Anonymous Feb 20, 2009

    it comes on normal but doesnot play the music that is on it



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I have a non sdhc card, 4GB. works fine. 1 & 2 gb recommended. If you can find a non hc card, may work and expand your music library. Check wikipedia about non sdhc criteria

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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I think that the M25 only supports 1GB memory cards. (I've never tried a larger one in mine) Motorola's website only says up to 1GB.

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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