I have a new V3T Motorola cel.
I have a 512 MB sound card and it work fine.
Motorola say this phone can accommodate a 1GB memory card, not a 2GB.
I now bought a 1 GB memory card.
I loaded about 300 MB of songs and everything was OK. I increased it to 592 MB and it opens fine.
I then loaded about 612 MB of songs and now, the Digital Player will NOT update...The update information line goes to the end ..and freezes and does not go the next 'window'.
I called Motorola and even went to my local service provider and even EXCHANGED the Memory card.
Any ideas why the phone will not update over 600MB, which is about half the capacity?
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Re: Update V3T digital audio player
Sometimes its a size limit issue. I know my phone does freeze up or restart with either too many programs using up the memory or too many songs, pictures, etc. on there.
Try removing some on there. If that fixes the problem them you are in the clear. If not, then there might be something internal going wrong with your set. Possibly a defective card reader..
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It sounds like you've got a bad memory module, the second 1GB that you're trying to put in. Try replacing your good 1GB module with this new one and see if it reacts the same way. I looked up your MB manual and it does say it's rated for 2 x 1GB modules.
A slight possibility is that you're trying to put 240 pin memory in the Dimm slot, instead of 184, but that's unlikely because the notch doesn't line up. Another one, also unlikely is that you're trying to put in DDR266 or 333 when your front side bus is running at DDR400 speed.
It's also extremely rare, but you may have to change your settings in the BIOS to get it to recognize the new module. Although that almost never sets off the "emergency siren".
When I updated to 2GB for my 754 motherboard, I bought 2 brand new modules that turned out to be both bad.
If you want to upgrade your ram, all you do is remove the ram that is in the computer, and replace it with compatible ram (same number) an example of that would be if your ram was SODIMM 512MB PC2100 DDR 266 512 MB LAPTOP 200pin MEMORY, then that is the type of ram you will want to replace it with but more like this. SODIMM 2GB PC2100 DDR 266 512 MB LAPTOP 200pin MEMORY notice the only thing that changed was the amount from 512 mb to 2 gb.
Most memory cards can be removed without any problem...refer to your owners manual as to where the ram is located
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Your picts go to the memory card correct ? How does the internal memory come into play here - can you select which it's storing on as this sounds like the issue. I would buy a 1gb or 2gb memory card for 30$ and you can take ~ thousand picts :-)
I had this symptom on two different V360's. The solution, I believe, is to use a smaller card. While the manual claims 2gb readability, I have not been able to get either phone to read any of 3 good 2Gb cards. I have a 512 mb card on order. Thanks to another poster on this web site for the idea.
I believe I already answered soemthing like this..not sure if it is the same one...
but if it isnt..then delete some items on your memory card. That should help. If it doesnt there might be something else going wrong with it...
keep us posted!