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to guest, n6600 by default can't recognize mp3 file, even if you have installed mp3 player on it you can't still open it via bluetooth, what you have to do is copy the file on your mmc, from there your mp3 player will detect it, download ultra mp3, wmaplus, lcg jukebox,
ummm you need to have and install an application like ultra mp3 or mp3player for the 6600?. Its a s60 application that will play mp3 files.. 6600 will not play mp3 files unless you the the so called software or application in your cellphone. You can try searching Google for freeware versions.
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It is necessary to format your phone, because system files regarding your phone boot sector seems got corrupted. There is not enough room in your RAM it leads to your phone at this status. Take important data backup, remove MMC and enter the press four keys i.e. 3.*,green send key and power on key together for sometime and hold it for sometime. Your phone screen will indicate "FORMATING". Your phone will get formatted, then switch off and on it again as usual . Remember to scan your MMC with a good anti virus before inserting it back in phone. During formating don't remove battery and do this process only with enough charged battery. You will be able to send your message then. Do vote this solution....
You have just one problem here:
Switch your phone on, if you can't because you have forgotten your PIN number, try this;
Try typing #pwd# and then send (green button). It will reset your password to the the last 4 digits of your phone number.
Then you can reset your password back to what ever one you can remember.