I believe any micro SD card will work, during start-up the system will write the critical files to the card, and after the "touch the android" process the card will have to be formatted by going into settings/sd card & phone storage/ select unmount SD card and then select format SD card and then remount SD card and all should be good
pc747 can probably confirm this
Awesome. I just needed to confirm that buying an SD card and inserting it was enough. I did not want to tell him buy and SD and you are good and then find out that he needed the original files or something for it to properly start. Was not sure if the phone would write the critical files to function first or if it would need to have them on the phone before start up.
I will let him know as soon as I can get a hold of him and direct him this way if he has more questions.
He will need more then a 2gb sdcard. The 2gb is to allow him to "verify" he has a decent droid. I would highly SUGGEST he buy at least an 8gb sdcard. I personally would just get a 16gb, especially since it is rooted. He will need the space.
I am going to tell him aim for a 8gb+ but I want to feel safe telling him a 2gb is good enough if he decides he wants to spend as little money as possible.
I just do not want to say hey a 2gb is enough and then have him tell me a 2gb wont work.
I just took my card out and phone booted fine. The system files are stored in the phone memory not the sdcard. I did a factory reset and setup works, the only the is that when you go to the gallery it says no sdcard found or present. Hope this helps
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