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    Does 4GB MicroSD non HC works on N75?

    I already tested the HC and that did not work the phone said that the memory is corrupted. I was wondering if 4GB MiroSD non HC would work or not before I order it. Thanks

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    Please help

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikhan4
    I already tested the HC and that did not work the phone said that the memory is corrupted. I was wondering if 4GB MiroSD non HC would work or not before I order it. Thanks
    Regular Micro SD are only up to 2GB max..

    From then on starting 4GB, 6GB, 8GB and higher their all SDHC..

    HC meaning High Capacity..

    So 2GB max on the N75!!
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    This one looks like a non HC even in the picture it does not say HC?

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820161268

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikhan4
    This one looks like a non HC even in the picture it does not say HC?

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820161268

    Looks shady..

    I wouldn't buy it.. Only Trust SANDISK or Kingston..

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    It doesnt matter if the card says it or not. Any microSD card over 2GB is High Capacity.

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    It will even read as a 4GB SD. but when you try and put data onto it above 2GB's it will fail.

    Really shady places can format the cards to read as 4GBs.

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    The non-HC SD protocol supports up to 4GB, so yes, it's possible to make a 4GB non-HC card. Several legitimate manufacturers made them in the SD card format; I don't know if anyone has made them in the microSD format. The N75 would have to support FAT32 to work with a 4GB card, and I believe FP0 phones do support FAT32.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikhan4
    I already tested the HC and that did not work the phone said that the memory is corrupted. I was wondering if 4GB MiroSD non HC would work or not before I order it. Thanks
    Symbian 9.1 (FP0) or earlier version DOES NOT support memory card more than 2GB (including N75)
    I had 4GB regular (non -HC) miniSD, got "corrupt" error on both E61 and N73

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    I'm pretty sure all SD cards over 2Gb are SDHC
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