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My memory card will not stay in. shoots back out

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Hi, i think the problem you are encountering is due to a non-compatible memory card been used or the memory card is not properly inserted. Try and consult the manual of the phone to see the type of memory card that you are suppose to use and the way it should be inserted.

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Make sure that you have the right orientation.

you may have to push a little harder since it is spring loaded. it needs to be pushed deeply in order to be latched in.

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