- 11-15-2012, 09:05 AM #1
So I have a 16GB microSD card that I pulled from one of my devices and I know it works because I've used it.
I inserted this same card into the 810, but looks like the phone doesnt detect it. I go where you see how much available space you have and where it states SD, it's greyed out.
Anyone know how to get this going?
- 11-15-2012, 10:23 AM #3
- 11-15-2012, 10:46 AM #4
SOB! I just placed a 32GB microSD card and it wont detect it. Still states "no card found."
So after trying out two different cards, it could be the phone not detecting the cards.
Just so I'm clear, to add on the microSD card, I have to do this:
1. Remove battery
2.Insert SD card.
3. Power phone
4. Go to Settings-->Phone Storage
5. I select SD card-->format <this is where both options of remove card or format card is greyed out>
If all worked like it supposed to, the format card option should be lit up, correct?
Last edited by TeknoBlast; 11-15-2012 at 11:18 AM.
- 11-15-2012, 11:23 AM #6
- 11-15-2012, 02:10 PM #7
Well it turns out it's the cards, not the phone. So I know for sure that the SanDisk 16GB Class 4 does not work and a PNY Class 10 does not work.
When i went to TMobile during my lunch, we tested out a SanDisc 2GB card and the phone detected right when it booted up. I just didnt get the class number.
So just a heads up if anyone else runs into the same issue.
With this said, does anyone here that has an 810 and has added a microSD card, what brand, size, and class are you using? This will be helpful for me and others.
Last edited by TeknoBlast; 11-15-2012 at 02:19 PM.
11-15-2012, 02:24 PM #8
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How do you determine the class of your microSD card? I've only ever gotten them from T-Mobile directly when I've gotten new phones, but this is the first time I ordered one on my own. Mine is a 32GB microSDHC made by SanDisk. Says "SanDisk Ultra" on it.
Uh oh... I just dug out the paper packaging for it from my recycling and it says "Class 10" on it. But I don't see "PNY" anywhere on it.
Also says it's compatible with both Windows Phone and Android... So, I'm guessing I'm good.
- 11-15-2012, 02:31 PM #9
11-15-2012, 02:41 PM #10
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I can assume that maybe the Class 4 doesn't work in the phone because it's too slow for the phone and MS set some high speed expectations... but the PNY Class 10 throws me for a loop. Either way, I'm a little disappointed that there isn't really anything mentioned about microSD cards in the manual... anywhere. In fact, when I was swapping my regular sim for a micro, the T-Mobile guy told me that the slot on top of the sim tray is for a microSD (he tried to put my old 1 GB card from my android in there, but I declined...)... if that guy hadn't told me where the slot was, I would have no clue where to put the card. It shows the little etched image on the piece you insert it into, but no text, so you really have to be looking for it. (Side note: Weirdest sim tray I've ever seen)
11-15-2012, 04:20 PM #11
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Hmm just ran into this as well with one of my 810's I had bought my self a sandisk class 10 32gb card. Installed just fine. Had another Komputer bay 32gb card that was bought to upgrade a dell venue pro and its not being recognized. I used an adapter to computer and its not being recognized by my pc either. Hope its just a bad card and not a bad phone.