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Thread: Any way to increase memory on iphone 3g?!?!

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    Exclamation Any way to increase memory on iphone 3g?!?!
    hey everyone, today i present a question that i long thought about. last year, i had an ipod touch, 16GB. the 16 gigs of memory is really what i needed, enough space to fit all my music, movies, and apps. this christmas (09-10) i got a 8GB iPhone 3G. i love it a lot, but i cant even fit all my music on it. so after doing a lot of research on the internet, i turned to the hacker community for help. i do know things about electronics, but not much about the anatomy o the iphone. I was thinking that my only hope of upgrading the memory of my phone would be to take out the *8GB hard drive of the phone and replace it with a 16GB hard drive that probably could be purchased online. any help you could provide? or any draw backs? or any reasons that it wouldn't work? thank you for your help!
    I AM GUIATR.
    currently using iPhone 3G hoping for iPhone 4G



    ^GO THERE ^

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    You would probably end up messing up both the iphone and the ipod. sell them both and get a 16gb 3gs. just my 2.

    Oh, and memory is RAM, space or "hard drive" (even though it's flash mem) is what you are referring to.


    Twitter: @tshoults

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    AlexanderCollins (03-23-2010)

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    Yea i would do that but my aunt is paying for my service (and my phone) is she learns that i sold mine to get a newer one she would be pissed. thanks through
    I AM GUIATR.
    currently using iPhone 3G hoping for iPhone 4G



    ^GO THERE ^

  5. #4
    If your aunt bought your iphone and is paying for your service, I would be happy if I were you. She would probably be more pissed if she found you screwed it up by taking it apart.


    Twitter: @tshoults

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    Haha yea she also bought me apple care so thats $80 down the drain

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    dude, just be contented with what you have and don't screw up anything till you can actually afford to buy a replacement yourself

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