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If you've just put your SIM card in your Nokia 5800, you may have noticed a flashing envelope icon at the top of the screen.
This icon indicates that the SIM card's own text message storage is full. This doesn't actually cause problems on the 5800 because it stores its messages in the phone's own memory, but the envelope can look a bit annoying.
To get rid of the flashing envelope:
1. On the standby screen press the white menu button.
2. Select "Messaging"
3. Select "Options"
4. Select "SIM Messages"
5. Delete some or all of the messages from the SIM messages folder using the Options menu.
This should make the flashing envelope go away. You only have to do this once because when the SIM card is emptied it won't fill any more, as the 5800 does not store messages on SIM cards.
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The LCD screen mask is secured by five screws. These screws
are hidden under the screw seals.
Remove three screw seals from the top and two seals from the bottom of the LCD
Remove LCD mask securing screws.
Start removing the LCD screen mask with your fingers. Place
your fingers between the mask and the screen and release plastic latches.
To release plastic latches on the side you can use a guitar
pick. Do not use a screwdriver or you can damage the screen.
After all latches are released, you can
remove the LCD screen mask.
I have the same problem, the s150 touch screen is pathetic, Got the same story from Strathfield Car Radio..it was normal and had it in for repairs twice when the screen went crazy with vertical lines, same fault both times. I went back to using my s50 and will sell the s150, it is a highly complex, very pretty lemon. They wont refund you or give map upgrades for inconvenience caused by their faulty product. To sum the s150 up. A truly Miserable experience. Rate it out of ten? its a minus. Graeme
Dear Sear First of all i aprechiat your willing to offer me a solution for the problem (flash cards are not responding).My laptop has thise model; Toshiba Satellite A200 - 1 GB - intel(R)Core(TM)2 CPU T5300 @ 1,7 MHz.
I solved the problem just with shuting down the mashin, that's all.
I thank you indeed for you respond and i'm looking forwards.