I have a MOTOKRZR K1m and I also have a 4gig mini SD card. For some reason, when I insert the card, the phone takes forever to boot up, and if I don't get a "No Service" phrase on the phone, my PC does not recognize the SD card.
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for your added information, it is by chance that the 2 gb sd card can be recognize by your phone. normally, krzr 1 doesn't support 2 gb. you may think that others do have. it all depends on the firmware they have and sometimes on the brand of the sd card like micromax it is really by chance that it will be recognize. most of the time, it can be hardly recognize.
I guess you put the SD adapter into the card reader right out of the box? You first may have to partition/format it after unpacking it. Under WinXP I can recommend an utility "DiskPart" which you can start from the command prompt (Run... -> cmd). For further instructions (if it sounds to you to be the problem ) contact me again.
Hi I got the same phone today.
I assume you are trying to install the SIM card as you stated and not the memory SD card as some are talking about. My manual just shows a picture! Take out the battery hold the phone with the bottom toward you look at the hole where the battery was. On the bottom of the square there is a slot in the middle that the SIM card slides into. THE NOTCH ON THE SIM IS TO THE BOTTOM LEFT CORNER. Place the SIM card flat against the bottom of the hole where the battery was with the notch as stated and slide it down towards you into place. The SIM just about disappears into the bottom edge of the battery hole. Thats what my manual showed about inserting theSIM card. Haven't inserted a SD card yet.Hope this helps.
the driver was not installed properly. Motorola has downloadable drivers on their website. check with them for dowload instructions. If you still have trouble you may want to install motorola phone tools. It is synchronization software by motorola. costs about $30
The K1M only takes a Transflash card. Remove the battery cover, and at the bottom, you will see a small rubber cover. Pry it out with a fingernail, and insert the Transflash card to to the left. Replace the rubber cover and the battery cover.