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Discussion in 'Sylvania Tablets' started by lorenii, Jul 14, 2011.

  1. lorenii

    lorenii Senior Member

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    shot you frickin' miniSD card out of your tablet while trying to remove it? I have done it twice now and this last time it went about 5 feet and landed behind my night stand.... took me FOREVER to find the damn thing!
     
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    Aim it straight up with a ceiling fan overhead...

    With a cat in the room...

    Post video.
     
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    I have never had my SD card shoot out. when I click it it just moves out about a centimeter and I have to pick and scratch at it to get it out. I keep tweezers on my computer desk.
     
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    pfft 5ft
    try using a 3 usb modem
    the sd card slot on that threw my sdcard out the window >_>
     
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    I use needle nose pliers to remove mine as it barely moves when pushed. No luck using finger nails...
     
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    I typically use fingernails whenever I actually remove the card. Whar I've found helps is to let it eject the millimeter or two that it does, then flip it over. The ridge on the SD card is more accessable that way.

    The other thing to do for those of you that don't get the flying saucer effect, is to hold the card in a second or two before letting go... you get better velocity from the stored kinetic energy.
     

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