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  1. #1
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    Question *** Nokia 6630 512 RD-MMC ***

    Hi,

    I recently bought the Nokia 6630. No doubt it combines with the richness of all Nokia phones in One.

    I purchased a NC 512MB RD-MMC, but the phone doesn't seem to recognise the card!!!

    Does the firmware support 512MB cards or is it the problem with the vendor?

    Appreciate your help, thanks!

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    The phone supports only so called dual-voltage RS-MMC style cards with 1.8V. Cards that only support 3.3V won't work. There aren't many, if any (besides those from Nokia), dual-voltage cards out yet.

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    Thanks

    Thank you for your reply.

    I honestly think this constant change in storage technology makes the end-user suffer & spend more from him/her pockets! Now I have to wait till those dual-voltage 512MB RS-MMC cards are available.

  4. #4
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    Hi,

    Where did you buy it?
    Is it a sim free version?

    Thanks
    Eran

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    Re: Thanks

    I know it´s long time since you posted this but there actually is a company that sells 512 Mb DV-RS-MMC right now. Personally I have a 2GB MMC card in my 3230 and it is working fine -> As long as you create subfolders on the memorycard..........They also have excellent support in their forum if any problems occurs....;-)

    Take a look at it her;
    http://www.mobymemory.com/RS_DV_Dual...mory_Cards.asp


    Originally posted by ReVan19
    Thank you for your reply.

    I honestly think this constant change in storage technology makes the end-user suffer & spend more from him/her pockets! Now I have to wait till those dual-voltage 512MB RS-MMC cards are available.

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