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  1. #1
    Thurman
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    For my Cingular 8525, I bought a Lexar 512MB from Circuit City. It has
    worked fine.

    I bought a Cingular Blackjack last Thursday, declining the Cingular 1GB
    micro-SD at $79. Friday I bought a $29 Duane 1MB micro-SD from Target. It
    wouldn't latch in the Blackjack so I returned it. The Lear would not latch
    in the Blackjack.

    When I took it to the Cingular store Saturday, a sales rep tried latching
    her 1GB micro-SD. It wouldn't latch. They swapped Blackjacks.

    Today I bought a $20 SanDisk 1 GB micro-SD form Staples for $20. It will not
    latch.

    Remembering the old adage:
    "When it works, it's $79. When it doesn't work, it's $20"
    or "Oats that have been .thru the horse are little cheaper".

    Any Blackjack users using a brand other than Cingular?





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  2. #2
    John Navas
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    Re: Blackjack proprietary micro-SD card?

    On Sun, 22 Apr 2007 13:28:17 -0500, "Thurman" <[email protected]>
    wrote in <[email protected]>:

    >For my Cingular 8525, I bought a Lexar 512MB from Circuit City. It has
    >worked fine.
    >
    >I bought a Cingular Blackjack last Thursday, declining the Cingular 1GB
    >micro-SD at $79. Friday I bought a $29 Duane 1MB micro-SD from Target. It
    >wouldn't latch in the Blackjack so I returned it. The Lear would not latch
    >in the Blackjack.
    >
    >When I took it to the Cingular store Saturday, a sales rep tried latching
    >her 1GB micro-SD. It wouldn't latch. They swapped Blackjacks.
    >
    >Today I bought a $20 SanDisk 1 GB micro-SD form Staples for $20. It will not
    >latch.
    >
    >Remembering the old adage:
    >"When it works, it's $79. When it doesn't work, it's $20"
    >or "Oats that have been .thru the horse are little cheaper".
    >
    >Any Blackjack users using a brand other than Cingular?


    The Blackjack takes a standard microSD card.

    --
    Best regards, FAQ FOR CINGULAR WIRELESS:
    John Navas <http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Cingular_Wireless_FAQ>



  3. #3
    Ann
    Guest

    Re: Blackjack proprietary micro-SD card?

    I have used different brands of microSD in the BJ with no problem. It was a
    little tricky to get the card to latch but a fingernail seemed to work.

    "Thurman" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > For my Cingular 8525, I bought a Lexar 512MB from Circuit City. It has
    > worked fine.
    >
    > I bought a Cingular Blackjack last Thursday, declining the Cingular 1GB
    > micro-SD at $79. Friday I bought a $29 Duane 1MB micro-SD from Target. It
    > wouldn't latch in the Blackjack so I returned it. The Lear would not latch
    > in the Blackjack.
    >
    > When I took it to the Cingular store Saturday, a sales rep tried latching
    > her 1GB micro-SD. It wouldn't latch. They swapped Blackjacks.
    >
    > Today I bought a $20 SanDisk 1 GB micro-SD form Staples for $20. It will
    > not latch.
    >
    > Remembering the old adage:
    > "When it works, it's $79. When it doesn't work, it's $20"
    > or "Oats that have been .thru the horse are little cheaper".
    >
    > Any Blackjack users using a brand other than Cingular?
    >





  4. #4
    Thurman
    Guest

    Re: Blackjack proprietary micro-SD card?


    "Ann" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >I have used different brands of microSD in the BJ with no problem. It was
    >a little tricky to get the card to latch but a fingernail seemed to work.
    >


    Apparently you found the solution about the same time as one of the local
    Cing techies. He had longer fingernails than any of the other 8 employees.
    Thanks.

    Staples has been selling 1GB micro-SD cards for $20 this week.





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