HTC Magic release in Spain, with apps on SD?

by CB » Tue, 28 Apr 2009 10:06:49 GMT

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 I was browsing Google News, and I stumbled on some articles that said
that the HTC Magic was released in Spain today.  So curious, I went to
the Vodafone Spain site (using Google Translate of course!) and sure
enough, it read that the countdown was complete and you could get
yours today!  But then when I was looking at the description it read
"8GB MicroSD card to store your APPLICATIONS, music, photos or
videos" maybe this is just a translating issue (doubt it!), a
slip up (they didn't know what they were talking about), or maybe,
just maybe they're hinting at something here.  Maybe this is the
response to the dire call that so many have been pleading for.
Myself, I think it would be AMAZING!!!

What about you guys?

HTC Magic release in Spain, with apps on SD?

by SizzlingSkizzorsProgrammer » Tue, 28 Apr 2009 10:09:24 GMT

 Sorry, I forgot to post the link to the Vodafone site.

Here it is (regular, not translated): ;sl=es&tl=en

And here translated with google translate: ;hl=en&js=n&u= ;sl=es&tl=en

Scroll to the last line of the description, near the bottom.

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HTC Magic release in Spain, with apps on SD?

by Jean-Baptiste Queru » Tue, 28 Apr 2009 10:22:19 GMT

 Android 1.5 does not support installing applications on the SD card.


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HTC Magic release in Spain, with apps on SD?

by Pd » Tue, 28 Apr 2009 19:39:16 GMT

 Maybe they meant PC based applications ( Linux / Mac / M$ ) and you are 
assuming Android applications.  I carry Putty, VNC and a few other apps 
on my phone just in case of emergencies.  :-)


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