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Keeps telling me memory full but have 1gb card in closed applications but still wont let me recive a good song

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  • Exceljed Oct 26, 2008

    Nokia E65. When I press the contacts button, it tells me "Contacts: Memory full. Close some applications and try again." Similar response from other requests.

    I don't use an additional memory card and hardly use any applications, to my knowledge, so I don't know what to close.

    Any suggestions?
    Thanks.


  • Anonymous Nov 29, 2008

    i cant receive any files through bluetooth with my nokia 6300 even though i have inserted a 1gb memorycard. it keeps telling me my memory is full and failing to recieve the file. and i can't figure ut how to set my inbox to memory card. any ideas :-(



  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2009

    i have a samsung e900 and a memory card with enough space to fit another thousand or so songs on. but when i recieve a file from bluetooth it tells me tht my fones memory is full, yet does not ask if i want to save to my memory card, which it did before. can anyone please help me because i end up keeping on having to move folders around and its starting to annoy me :(

  • lobos007 Apr 19, 2009

    nokia 6680 memory full 2gb memory fitted and formatted all files empty still memory full 

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My phone is having a problem it is memory full but i still have a free memory

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Hi..

tell the make and model of ur phone???

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Hi, Hw r u??
If ur pfone is telling memory full den plz check if the memory in use 4 recieving files is full...
If yes den make space 4 the file to be recieved..
Change ur msg memory frm phone to memory card or get the folder of recieved files empty..

If ur phone's situation does nt match to any of above den it means ur phone has virus infection, format it or scan by antivirus..

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It turns out my phone had some kind of hardware problem, discovered when I sent it in for repair. They repaired the hardware problem and it works OK now.

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