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  1. #1
    Sharon
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    Does the MMC have to be a special Nokia one, or can you just buy a
    generic one? No-one I have asked knows, and I do not want to fork out
    the money for an MMC that I can not use. I have been to a number of
    different mobile shops to find the Nokia ones, but no-one has them, or
    any idea about them.

    For a key part to the running of the phone there is not much information
    about it.




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  2. #2
    M Mullen
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    Re: N-Gage MMC question

    On Fri, 07 Nov 2003 13:53:06 +1100, Sharon <[email protected]> wrote:

    |> Does the MMC have to be a special Nokia one, or can you just buy a
    |> generic one? No-one I have asked knows,

    Check this out:
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  3. #3
    Eric Chang
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    Re: N-Gage MMC question

    "Sharon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Does the MMC have to be a special Nokia one, or can you just buy a
    > generic one? No-one I have asked knows, and I do not want to fork out
    > the money for an MMC that I can not use. I have been to a number of
    > different mobile shops to find the Nokia ones, but no-one has them, or
    > any idea about them.
    > For a key part to the running of the phone there is not much information
    > about it.


    regular MMC works, I am using a kingston 128MB card that's only 1/2 of the
    price of Nokia 128MB and they are exactly the same , however I remember
    reading somewhere in the pdf manual says only 32 64 or 128MB MMC cards will
    work with MP3 player.

    But there are some folks claimed that their generic card doesn't work for
    them, so I
    guess it's safer to bring the phone with you when you shop for a card, or
    check around
    and see what works.





  4. #4
    Sharon
    Guest

    Re: N-Gage MMC question



    Eric Chang wrote:

    > "Sharon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >
    >>Does the MMC have to be a special Nokia one, or can you just buy a
    >>generic one? No-one I have asked knows, and I do not want to fork out
    >>the money for an MMC that I can not use. I have been to a number of
    >>different mobile shops to find the Nokia ones, but no-one has them, or
    >>any idea about them.
    >>For a key part to the running of the phone there is not much information
    >>about it.

    >
    >
    > regular MMC works, I am using a kingston 128MB card that's only 1/2 of the
    > price of Nokia 128MB and they are exactly the same , however I remember
    > reading somewhere in the pdf manual says only 32 64 or 128MB MMC cards will
    > work with MP3 player.
    >
    > But there are some folks claimed that their generic card doesn't work for
    > them, so I
    > guess it's safer to bring the phone with you when you shop for a card, or
    > check around
    > and see what works.
    >
    >


    Thanks... I was about to walk out the door to go to the shops, and I
    thought... "I will just check one more time for a reply..." and, yay, it
    was here.

    I was planning on taking my phone anyway... I kinda suspected from bits
    that I have read here and there that you could use any card, but I just
    wanted to be sure.

    Just once I would like to buy something that is fully functional off the
    shelf... it is rather disappointing to have a new toy to play with only
    to come home and find that you can not actually do anything with it
    because it does almost nothing without you forking over a heap more
    money... :\




  5. #5
    Sharon
    Guest

    Re: N-Gage MMC question

    I have another question... for the purpose of hooking the N-Gage up to
    the computer, does it treat a games cartridge the same as a normal MMC?
    That is to say: Can you store additional information on it? Is it
    enough for it to see be link the phone to the computer with USB?




  6. #6
    Eric Chang
    Guest

    Re: N-Gage MMC question

    "Sharon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I have another question... for the purpose of hooking the N-Gage up to
    > the computer, does it treat a games cartridge the same as a normal MMC?
    > That is to say: Can you store additional information on it? Is it
    > enough for it to see be link the phone to the computer with USB?


    I don't have a game card yet but I am pretty sure all the game cards
    are locked up internally, meaning you can't store nor erease additional
    data on it, the game deck is made to not letting you access the game
    data via USB or bluetooth with a PC, but I think a regular external PC
    card reader can read the data.





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