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How to expand memory of a clone iPhone 4G?

The phone is just as same as the real thing but with to little memory, it does say on the back that it can be expand to 32gb, but how?

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Hey, there's no room for 2 Majesties in here. ;)

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nope..only one royal highness here :-)

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:-) will the real Majesty please step forward ....

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lol Thanx for backing me up oldturkey ;)

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iPhone memory is soldered directly to the logic board, so your only bet (assuming you're not experienced in soldering BGAs) is to acquire a new logic board. I am not experienced with these "clones" you're talking about, though, so there may be some other method to expanding the memory.

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I think Majesty 2.0 means its a knock-off iPhone. The kind you buy at shady China town retailers.

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Though I live in Ohio, I believe you are correct Alex. Perhaps David living where he does can find someone with one of these and give more than the educated guess I have given.

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Majesty 2.0?!?! Lmao!!! That was funny. Should I change mine, or maybe add something subtle to my name.

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May be something like senior vs junior or consider mini-me:-)

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let's put it to moderation..

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clone iphones have an external (sd) memory card, if you remove the back cover you can see the memmory card and its container approximately in middle of the phone ,you can replace it with a higher capacity memory card ,but you must copy all the files of your old memory (obviously also the hidden ones) into your new memory card ,if not some programs will not work correctly.

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Just like the real thing? it is nothing like the real thing, in design yes.. in build quality.. no in specs.. no in everything.. no

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Majesty will be eternally grateful.
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