RE: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-21 Thread Vencabot Teppoo
Incompatibility On Friday 21 May 2010 03:06:43 Vencabot Teppoo wrote: My bootloader is the most recent version of Qi, and the system that I have in NAND is the most recent version of QtMoko. Which version exactly is it? I am mainly interested if it's 2.6.29 or 2.6.32 (you can find out

RE: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-21 Thread Vencabot Teppoo
. -David Date: Fri, 21 May 2010 09:46:55 +0300 From: m...@os2.kiev.ua To: community@lists.openmoko.org Subject: Re: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility Vencabot Teppoo wrote: Hi, i had the same problem, but good news is that this is very easy to avoid. I put in the kernel

RE: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-21 Thread Vencabot Teppoo
So I wonder, are those general compatibility issues related to class/speed? Considering my card and the one of Vencabot Teppoo, same brand, same capacity (apparently at least), maybe just a class different, I don't understand why mine is working out of the box and his isn't... Actually

RE: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-21 Thread Vencabot Teppoo
- it does affect the way, the glamo interacts with the sd card, thus no additional wear and tear is included Alright, that's a relief. I have no idea how this sort of memory works or how it's worn over time, so I was, of course, ready to believe anything. - you do, in fact, not _in_crease

RE: 8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-21 Thread Vencabot Teppoo
Alex Samorukov wrote: Hi, i had the same problem, but good news is that this is very easy to avoid. I put in the kernel line glamo_mci.sd_max_clk=1000 setting. And after this it works perfectly, no more problems so far for a ~5 months. This solution worked for me yesterday, but, today,

8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-20 Thread Vencabot Teppoo
Hello, community! This is my first time joining a mailing list, so excuse me if my netiquette leaves anything to be desired, and let me know. A couple of weeks ago, I purchased an 8 gig Sandisk microsd card for my Neo Freerunner since it seems like Sandisk has a good track record of