Even with higher capacity memory cards, you'll have to have more powerful processors in a phone to make it able to read/write data reliabely.
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i never knew that!! are you sure? and how do you know?
i thought it didnt matter because its memory. you can never have enough memory!! but thats just me!!
well it will slow down the system eventually if there is just too much~
Romeo, this is based on the fact that the N-Gage needed an extended period of time to read the card when booting up and also when I ran the Music Player (mp3 player) on the original N-Gage. The 104 Mhz processor needed a minute to read from my 128 MB MMC card or to open the e: drive on FExplorer.Originally Posted by romeo26
I'd be surprised if a cell phone was able to read a 4 GB memory card within a few seconds. It may take less time if the card isn't full.
well my nagge read a 2 gb fine...a little slow thou~
oh okay thanks for the insite. do you think the n80 will have this problem?
dang my is now changed you can have too much memory, there goes my plan to build my new comp with one terra bite!!!!
we'll see...maybe it can handle 2 gbswithout a prob, but 4 gb? i still doubt it~
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d'you think N6630 can handle that memory?
1gb DV RS MMC??
.: dont fix it if it aint broke :.
of cuz it can...
it could? without suffering a slow phone usage?
yip, i used an atp 1 gb dv rsmmc before and its fine
ah.. nice.. then i'll order one right away!
yip u should