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Old 02-09-2011
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Need help for Windows phone 7 Storage and Options

I am searching for some help about Windows phone 7 Storage and Options. Anyone have any idea about this? It is now clear that it is for OEMs and companies to comprise expandable storage ability, but simply cannot be bare as external MicroSD (HC) slot so you have to actually turn the phone and remove the battery before you add or remove the card, it will be an extension of internal memory. So here I need more information about this if possible.
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Re: Need help for Windows phone 7 Storage and Options

If a hard drive was started while the system is running. The only two upsides of RAID 0 on computers is that it provides more storage capacity and reads from / writes data across multiple disks simultaneously, which makes it faster. But assuming that stores an image just taken, half of the image data will be on every hard disk, so removing one of the hard drives will make the other ineffective. When this occurs in WP7 that make you an errand by starting an automatic reinstall the WP7 OS to factory defaults later than the initial format on-board storage, and any memory card putted in.
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Re: Need help for Windows phone 7 Storage and Options

It will be interesting to use MicroSDHC that supports capacities from 32 GB to 2 TB (2000 GB) in WP7, a question of the devices driver support for the cards. I'm certainly mine overspending.
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Re: Need help for Windows phone 7 Storage and Options

In my opinion, this is a very good mostly because they have access to manually reinstall the operating system or on a computer WP7 for the WP7 device does it automatically. While protecting the system, end users, while still providing the ease of use Microsoft also said that while a device or MicroSD card WP7 utilized in WP7 is connected to a computer which cannot be standard as mass storage devices not loaded applications or other things that can potentially make the device unstable / malfunctions on the phone or the card just to put them on the phone.
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Re: Need help for Windows phone 7 Storage and Options

MicroSD has an utmost of ability of 2GB and MicroSDHC has an utmost of 32GB. MicroSDHC is what you expressly need to look for.
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Re: Need help for Windows phone 7 Storage and Options

There are lots of data access / speed classes executed in every MicroSDHC card. However, Some random companies, say they can reach higher speeds although the speeds can be a blast for a few seconds / minutes only. You can tell just by looking at the class card the entire manufacturer's logo.
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Re: Need help for Windows phone 7 Storage and Options

It?s not Raid 0, but more probably JBOD, which is why while replacing the SD card you will locate the device no longer accessible until a hard reset is completed.
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Re: Need help for Windows phone 7 Storage and Options

This applies primarily to those devices with MicroSD slot open, as in the Samsung Focus. Any device without an open slot, or if you intend to replace existing MicroSDHC card in your phone, you may violate the manufacturer's warranty. Check with the manufacturer and / or mobile operator before you (also note that if your company does not ensure the device because they say it's too expensive to replace and not covered under warranty-wise beyond a few months, which are on their own anyhow, in spite of what occurs on the device).

An important advice before you add or remove any storage card in the device is that it's WP7 end user's responsibility to ensure that the device syncs with the cloud, so that late than the restoration is predictable that changes occur later than storage, you can log back on the phone with your Live ID and return its data.
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Re: Need help for Windows phone 7 Storage and Options

For those looking to replace the internal memory card with a larger one, just remember that not all devices have this card WP7. A few are, but are below void the warranty stickers, and some soldiers are memory, MicroSDHC cards at all.
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