View Full Version : mmc 2GB works for 9500??


matrixxx
06-12-2004, 03:39 PM
have anyone of you tried using mmc 2gb with your 9500? if yes does it work?

GhostDog
06-12-2004, 04:49 PM
I don't think 2GB MMCs are available on the market,yet.

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My bad,i just noticed that 2GB MMCs from ATP are available.

elkmajor
06-12-2004, 08:02 PM
I don't think 2GB MMCs are available on the market,yet.

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My bad,i just notice that 2GB MMCs from ATP are available.


Surely not? I have just accessed the ATP Website, and they only mention 2Gb SD cards.

GhostDog
06-12-2004, 11:21 PM
http://www.memoryxflash.com/store/catalog/ATP-2GB-MMC-Card-2GB-MultiMedia-Flash-Memory-Cards.html

matrixxx
07-12-2004, 04:08 PM
yup, so far only ATP brands are supposedly available. have anyone tried it so far?

TheJoker
08-12-2004, 09:37 AM
yup, so far only ATP brands are supposedly available. have anyone tried it so far?


Whooaaaa...
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Capacity 2GB
SKU AF2GMM
Price: $363.98
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That's 188, which is almost 2.8 times the price of my 1GB card (68 delivered). I think I'll stick with my 1GB card and "economise" on my 1GB ;-)

I do want to know if they're compatible tho. :-)

eidrag
25-07-2007, 05:16 PM
use kingston 2Gb rs-mmc, works fine

rootytooty
01-09-2007, 04:21 AM
I used a 2gb card and it worked part of the time but not all and sometimes locked up. You say the Kingston Card works for everything and no problems??? If so where do you get that particular card please???? Is it just kingston 2mb mmc card????
Thanks,
Bobby

rdcinhou
08-09-2007, 11:56 AM
According to another Tech forum Nokia tested and verified operation of the 9500 up to 2 GB MMC cards.

The 9300 by comparison has only functioned with MMC cards up to 1 GB. I use a SanDisk brand 1 GB RS-MMC with my 9300.

The problems experienced with card functionality could be from one or more of the following:

1. Improper formatting--it is best to format the card insitu on the 9300/9500.

2. Incomplete seating of the battery compartment door--the 9300/9500 are designed to shut down the MMC cards whenever the door is removed to prevent data corruption. The switch is just left above the battery in a recessed hole.

3. Bogus MMC cards :mad: --there are many reports of unscrupulous sellers of counterfeit MMC cards, especially over the internet. For more information on how to identify counterfeit cards search for "How-too-avoid-Counterfeit-Memory-Cards" on ebay

The counterfeit cards often will work in a PC but not work in mobile devices which have tighter voltage and operational constraints.

I hope that this helps.