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That does not sound fun, I know my brother has had this problem with his HTC phone. What he did was that he formatted the memory card and also hard reset the phone. This returns the phone in to factory settings and you will loose everything personal not stored on the memory card. Hard reset can be found if you press HOM > MENU, then tap Settings > Security > Factory data reset. Begin with doing that and maybe, if your lucky it will solve your problem.
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You could try a factory reset, but that would wipe out your address book, among other things. If you want to try anyway, type *#7370# on the phone. It should reboot then ask for a lock key - that's 12345 by default (unless you've changed it).
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i can't receive my mobile office settting in my nokia 3110c phone. message is displayed that only 70 sets are allowed, settting discarded. plz somebody solve my problem .......... i will be very thankful to him/her.
it's your sim card, it happed to me. Write all your stored numbers, or store them to your phone, before you lose them all. It would be easier to use the usb cable and print off the list to hard copy and onto a disc, so you can transfer them back again.
Your phone isnt set to the correct character support. Go to text messages and go down the list till you find settings. select text message settings and find "Character support" if its set to "unicode" change it to auto or GSM-Alphabet (Y).. Good luck
This is because the Razr stores texts and emails dynamically according to message size and physical memory available. To balance it out, you would have to delete some outbox messages to store more inbox messages and vice versa. The amount of pictures, ringtones, incoming/outgoing calls, emails, texts, and videos all are drawn off the physical memory of the Razr. The device does not have dedicated application memory so everything is taken off the small amount of memory you are given. Newer Razr's such as the V3m for Sprint offer Memory Cards to supplement additional memory. Your device is equipped with a microSD card slot and you can save your music, pictures, and videos to the card and leave the additional phone memory to texts and application memory. You may not be able to save that much more if you move the pictures and music, but you can save more than if you didnt have a memory card. When reaching the maximum limit of memory the phone will tell you that you need to delete some files before continuing to do anything on the phone.