1. Terrigno's Avatar
    Well I got this Charge from this seller on ebay, and he told me it wouldnt come with the SD card. Im assuming thats why I got it so cheap since I think it was like a 32GB card. So it came with No SD attatched.

    So Im assuming theres not enough memory itself to save anything on the phone like pictures or anything? It wont even let me take a picture without an SD card. Ill go get one, its not a big deal but every other Samsung phone Ive had, always had like 16G of onboard memory and I wouldnt even need an added SD card. Its new to me, but can someone please confirm its like that? Thanks guys

    Nick
    11-14-2011 07:25 AM
  2. jco23's Avatar
    interesting - I bought my Charge CPO, and came with a 16GB card.

    I suppose I could try removing the card and see if it will let me take any pictures. However, I did briefly search on the phone to see if there was a setting of where to save the pictures too (card vs. phone), but could not find one.
    11-14-2011 09:06 AM
  3. Terrigno's Avatar
    Thanks for the follow up. I just got a cheap little 4GB card and everything is fine. But the phone doesnt have an internal SD card. So media cant be saved on the phone without an external SD. Its kind of crappy because Samsung is known for having there phones installed with like 16GB SD cards internal and a spot for external. But seeing as the phone came with a 32GB card, I can see why they didnt add an external slot.
    11-14-2011 09:55 AM
  4. starbuckk's Avatar
    Having come from a Palm Pre+ which had no card slot at all, I'm at least glad for a card. But the benefit to removable storage is that it should be...um....removeable. Having to pop the battery cover kinda makes it less removable. However, Samsung isnt alone in this little oversight.

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    11-15-2011 04:23 PM
  5. Terrigno's Avatar
    Having come from a Palm Pre+ which had no card slot at all, I'm at least glad for a card. But the benefit to removable storage is that it should be...um....removeable. Having to pop the battery cover kinda makes it less removable. However, Samsung isnt alone in this little oversight.

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    I can agree with you on that. But also, I am thankful that its just that and I dont have to remove the actual battery. BlackBerrys are like that. Plus when your somewhat of an Android Expert with things, you tend to always get 2 batteries for every phone you get. Especially with this LTE network lol
    11-16-2011 11:43 AM
  6. papa54's Avatar
    Thanks for the follow up. I just got a cheap little 4GB card and everything is fine. But the phone doesnt have an internal SD card. So media cant be saved on the phone without an external SD. Its kind of crappy because Samsung is known for having there phones installed with like 16GB SD cards internal and a spot for external. But seeing as the phone came with a 32GB card, I can see why they didnt add an external slot.
    i've had a Droid Charge for a few months now and i do have a 32gb 4x sd card.. although when i go to manage apps it gives me the opertunity to save to sd card or phone.. so far i have about everything one might want and have failed to send anything to the sd card.. so there must be some internal memory..
    11-16-2011 06:44 PM
  7. papa54's Avatar
    Post Script::::: you can save all your contacts etc on the LTE sim card..
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    11-16-2011 06:45 PM
  8. Terrigno's Avatar
    i've had a Droid Charge for a few months now and i do have a 32gb 4x sd card.. although when i go to manage apps it gives me the opertunity to save to sd card or phone.. so far i have about everything one might want and have failed to send anything to the sd card.. so there must be some internal memory..
    Yes. There is internal storage for apps. I believe its 1GB. But Media itself you cant save to the phone. Like pictures and videos. Some apps that require an SD card wont work either like Evernote.
    11-18-2011 07:18 AM
  9. Terrigno's Avatar
    Post Script::::: you can save all your contacts etc on the LTE sim card..
    Truth. But having all of my contacts backed up via Google makes it easier to constantly switch Android Handsets
    11-18-2011 07:19 AM
  10. JihadSquad's Avatar
    Post Script::::: you can save all your contacts etc on the LTE sim card..
    But when you fry your SIM card (it happens a lot on this phone) you lose them all.
    11-19-2011 06:05 PM
  11. papa54's Avatar
    But when you fry your SIM card (it happens a lot on this phone) you lose them all.
    ah not to worry i always allow google to sync with my contacts and ev thing else
    11-20-2011 12:18 AM
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