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#11
Ever tried to format the mass memory using a computer?
And did you try to do a dead flash?
(if you dont know what that is,
http://forum.symbian-developers.net/...vice-software/
should help you)
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Originally Posted by aspergerguy View Post
Very common for mass memory to fail upon 808 and sometimes only way of speeding it up fractionally is to flash Delight CFW to free up phone memory, but usually still can't use camera unfortunately even if memory card in place.
Is it something that is inevitable for all 808's?
Does all the processing write and wear out the emmc even when using an SD card?
Any buying tips, worth $120US?
 

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Originally Posted by mike727 View Post
Is it something that is inevitable for all 808's? Any buying tips, worth $120US?
Certainly not as still using 808 first acquired daily, have come across issue in two 808's bought for spares only.

Pricing sounds about reasonable considering this current auction in US:http://www.ebay.com/itm/Nokia-808-Pu...MAAOSwX61ZGmJn
 

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I bought an 808 in August 2016.
Not long ago, but i shot several thousand pictures with it.
Its still working well. I always use an SD card for storing pictures and I noticed that the phones sometimes gets quite slow overall if I have too many pictures on the SD.

Note that I use it only as a camera and for the very occasional symbian game.
 

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Any site to order 808 emmc? Or is any other Nokia emmc compatible with 808? Or just have to find another 808
 

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Originally Posted by patlak View Post
Any site to order 808 emmc? Or is any other Nokia emmc compatible with 808? Or just have to find another 808
It's generally not something you can replace.

The chips are typically BGA (or even flipchip in the worst case) it is pretty much impossible to remove and resolder.
 
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Originally Posted by juiceme View Post
It's generally not something you can replace.

The chips are typically BGA (or even flipchip in the worst case) it is pretty much impossible to remove and resolder.
Mobile shops here seem to resolder such chips without problem. Don't know how, but they do it. I guess being a poor country and having lots of broken things, they do wonders
 

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Of course it's possible, but not "homework "

Probably a lot safer to look on eBay
http://m.ebay.com/itm/Nokia-808-Pure...OP-COLLECTIBLE
 

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