SD Card?

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  1. bearlaw1968

    bearlaw1968 New Member

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    I keep seeing a reference to a memory card configuration, but I don't see anyplace where it would physically go, unless it is (heaven forbid) under the battery?
     
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    The SD card is located behind the battery cover above the battery.

    There is a silver section above the battery behind the battery cover. On the left is the SD card's location.

    From BGR (down and just to the right of the camera):
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    It is like the BB Curve and requires a battery pull to change the SD card.
     
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    that would be why i had an issue with this question, too! thanks for info
     
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    I never did understand why they would make replaceable SD cards (or any card) require the battery to be pulled out. It's unfortunate. Tho, 32GB cards are quite a bit! But I could see where you can carry around a couple cards with movies, pics, and perhaps 32GB of music you like to rotate thru.
     
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    Minor engineering flaw, I'd say, but thank you so much for the explanation.
     
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    May not be a flaw (by engineering standards but by usability standards) as they had to do a ton of cramming and tetris playing to get the phone to be this small.

    Also Bearlaw I think that phone section is for your phone model not your phone number unless that is what you want to be there.
     
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    I also think they did it in hopes of getting Apps2SD working correctly via the Android Open Source Project.

    By tucking away the SD card and forcing a battery pull the phone cannot crash if the memory card is removed since the battery is already out and the phone is off.
     
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