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    So is there any other brands of 512mb or should i buy a couple or a few 256mb?

    If 256 what is the best brand that will work on 6600?

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    The other manufacturer of 512 MB MMCs is TEC.

    For 256 MB, you can choose from:

    Kingston
    Sandisk
    PQI
    Twinmos
    Infineon

    Check the Compatibility List below:

    List Update for April 19th, 2004:

    N-Gage Compatible MMC cards List (As of 19.04.04)

    Compatible (128mb)
    Bytestor (128mb/confirmed by Kris)
    Viking (128mb/confirmed by garftheboy, 15.2.2004)
    Pretec (128mb/confirmed by Nikos, 16.2.2004)
    Dane-Elec (128 mb/confirmed by Darla, 21.2.2004)
    Lexar
    Corsair
    Visipro
    SimpleTech
    PQI (256mb Confirmed by matthew1272002uk
    , 23.3.2003 & also by 13thHour/normally available through http://www.ebuyer.co.uk)
    Integral
    Kingston
    Muse
    Eagletec
    Sandisk
    Topram
    Transcend (256mb confirmed by hugofranssen, 16.4.2004)
    Hitachi (64mb & 128mb [confirmed by Richard318183, 9.3.2004])
    Twinmos (64mb & 256mb)
    Extrememory (128mb & 256mb [256mb confirmed by shanytc], 16.4.2004)
    Microsim (256mb)
    Twinmos (256mb)
    NCP (128mb [thanks to iqem, 16.2.2004],256mb)
    Infineon (256mb)
    TEC (128mb [thanks to kristoficus, 9.3.2004] & 512mb) (13thHouR)Since I fixed the partition probs on the 512 MB MMC (caused by a dodgy I-Winn card reader, not the MMC) mine is 100% functional.
    TEC 256MB (confirmed by seekthematrix, 29.3.2004)
    TEC 1Gb confirmed by TECIC via Richard Olver (TEC's European Supplier)
    ATP (32mb)
    Jessop's 128 MB MMC (Fully compatible, confirmed by Triband81, 26.3.2004, http://www.n-gage-help.com/ftopic-1365-.html)
    Apacer 128MB (Confirmed by ZymbaAddict, 29.3.2004)
    Fuji 128MB (?) (http://www.howardforums.com/showthre...=&pagenumber=2)

    Not Compatible (128mb)
    Twinmos

    Not Compatible
    ATP (64mb, 128mb, 256mb, 512mb) Nokia compatible ones are due to be released in November
    Kingmax (128 & 256mb & 512mb) The 256mb Kingmax is not N-Gage compatible. It returns unpredictable stability.(N-Gage forgets it is there)
    256MB MMC from Extramemory (Confirmed by Aybobo, 9.4.2004)


    Possibly Incompatible
    Generic ×××× Smith Electronics (128mb/confirmed by Nikos, 16.2.2004) Although Nikos was lucky with his MMC, there is no guarantee when using Generic devices that you will get supplied with the same manufacturers product when you purchase them.

    Mitekmedia 256MB (Confirmed by Bennett, 26.3.2004) this has shown some incompatibilities during use.

    No Info
    Viking (256mb & 512mb)
    LeadData
    Memorex
    Fly
    Generic Avoid Generic devices like the plague at the moment, a lot of suppliers have excess stock of Kingmax MMC's that they cannot get rid of. Which they can quite legally re-label under Generic.

    New Cards coming (Purely theoretically pending verification)

    2 GB by Pretec: See the post made by splinter at the bottom of Page 2 of that thread (Note: No Official Confirmation of this as of yet, 29.3.2004)

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    Yes thankyou, i saw on the ngage forums or ngage help, whatever it is.

    Will get like 5 of them or more if i need them. I will report back if they are working. Hopefully i dont have a dodgy reader, well i have 2 so, 1 shud work

    Thanks

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    Originally posted by reyna12
    Yes thankyou, i saw on the ngage forums or ngage help, whatever it is.

    Will get like 5 of them or more if i need them. I will report back if they are working. Hopefully i dont have a dodgy reader, well i have 2 so, 1 shud work

    Thanks
    All right you're welcome

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    I have a 512MB ATP and it works great

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    brand names dont realy matter as most MMCs are made by a no name company and then others slap their sticker on them.

    as for 512mb your not going to find a lot of people who make them..
    if you were to get two 256mb MMCs you will still have to install apps to the MMC in order to use the other mmc with say movies ect..
    you dont realy ever want to install to the phones memory because anything you do on the phone uses the Phones memory as Virtual Memory *this holds what you are doing in a app and will recall it later if/when it is needed*

    best bet is always to go with more memory then you "think" you need so that way you dont have to upgrade later.

    as most of us with the 256mb MMC know its never enough once you realy start getting into using these phones..

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    I recently purchased a 256 MB MMC from the brand extreMEmory and it works like a charm .

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    i just got Apacer 256MB, still testing it, well, anyone can tell how to stress test it?

    thank you

    mitodna

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    What do you mean by stress test it? You mean fill it up with as much as possible?

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    hmm, like stress testing in PC?

    well, so far so good, the i can format the card, able to install stuff, hang a little bit when unpacking files with N-Gage,

    so it is a good MMC?

    thank you

    mitodna

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    I haven't heard anything negative about Apacer MMCs. The only thing you might notice is that the card may take a bit to load the mp3s/AAC files when you want to use the Music Player to listen to the tracks stored on it. That's due to the large amount of storage capacity of your MMC and not a fault with your N-Gage. The N-Gage's processor needs a bit of time to open everything.

    By the way, feel free to visit www.n-gage-help.com/forums.html if you need more help .

    Cheers

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    i see, ok, let me test Music and Video files now

    if it ok then i will recommend it, one thing, Apacer dont really manufacture the MMC right? they just rebadged the chip?

    mitodna

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    I honestly wouldn't know whether Apacer rebrands their MMCs or not. It could be.

    I'm off to bed

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    Question a newbie needs a good $ source for a 512 mmc

    Hi,

    Just got a 3620 (and just joined this forum) Following some suggestions on this forum, that one can never have enough memory, I'd like to get a 512 card, but ouch, they are expensive. Froogle wasn't much help at all.

    Would appreciate if you could point me in the right (and least expensive) direction, to buy a 512 MMC.

    Also, though it might be the wrong thread, what software do you consider a must-have or a very-nice-to-have?

    Is there a way to make the phone ring louder?

    Thanks

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    Hitachi 256MB MMC compatibility

    Hitachi 256 MB MMC card works fine in my N-Gage, at least for storing apps and files. Still having some issues with the MP3 files (I think it is in figuring out the directory structure; I'm a Mac and Linux user and refuse to get a PC just to install the Nokia Suite), but I will do more searching before angering the veterans with a potential noob question

    -Andrew

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