The memory on my6682 is showing as low, however, there is nothing saved to my phone that could possibly make the memory low. I have deleted numberous applications, cleared my log, deleted pictures, text messages, phone numbers out of my sim card and from off the phone,a nd deleted everything from my memory card except the Opera application.
I use the phone as a modem so the only thing I can even think of is that somehow the temporary internet files saved somewhere to my phone? I can't find them. I also can't find a place that shows how much memory is left on the phone or what's taking up the majority of it.
Any thoughts on this would be extremely helpful, since it's affecting my phone's ability to send and receive text messages.
Last thing...my phone will peridically light up and say "memory low, delete data to retrieve messages" and then vibrate. I look at the inbox, nothing. I look at my log on the phone and it shows that I received a multimedia message, but not who from.
Please help me out, I actually like this phone - I don't want to have to send it back
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Re: "Memory Low, Delete Some Data"
You might want to try a "Hard-Reset"
To do this you turn of your phone, press and hold "Answer Call(Green)"+"3"+"*" and then turn it on.
This should reset your phone completely and clear the memory.
CAUTION, back up all your vital data before you do this, it clears EVERYTHING.
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Just move any file from phone memory to Memory card. etc..mp3, video or image, Make sure if you install any software, make memory as root of directory, also delete any massage you received through Bluetooth. Or you can set whenever file received by Bluetooth straight to card memory to save phone memory space.
When a file is sent to your phone the phone memory should be free enough to receive the file.The message ' No enough memory ' shows that your phone memory is too low.So even if your memory card is empty you can't receive the file.Please delete some data from the phone memory or format it by entering *#7370#.Make sure to sync your contacts,bookmarks etc with the PC Suite.I am also a proud owner of Nokia N81.The same thing happened to me a few months back and now its all right.So thanks bro.Your valuable feedback would be appreciated.Good luck.
check the memory card.the memory card may have a capacity that's too large for the phone memory to work with.you can try formatting the memory card before inserting into the phone again.(but make sure you back up your data)
Set your phone to sinchronize your contacts with your PC (if not already set), and sync them. Then, start Outook on your PC, go to the Contacts tab, select the contacts you want to see excluded from your phone's internal memory, and delete them (either go to 'Edit > Delete', or 'Ctrl-D', or simply 'Del'). Now, re-synchronize your phone with your PC. I suppose ActiveSync on your phone will automatically delete the contacts you have excluded from Outlook on your PC.
Hope it works for you.
This might happen because Media settings may contribute to low memory capacity.
Modify the Device Memory Limit settings by completing the following steps:-
1) On the BlackBerry smartphone, click Media. 2) Select a media application. 3) press the menu, and click Options. 4) Set the Device Memory Limit to the lowest setting field. 5) press the menu key, and click Save.
You may want to delete the following items regularly to avoid memory getting low: • Messages from the Inbox, Drafts, and Sent folders in Messaging. • Retrieved e-mail messages from the phone memory. • Saved browser pages. • images and photos in images. To delete contact information, calendar notes, call timers, call cost timers, game scores, or any other data, go to the respective application to remove the data. If you are deleting multiple items and another of the following notes are shown: Not enough memory to perform operation. Delete some data first. or Memory low. Delete some data. try deleting items one by one (starting from the smallest item). Clearing the calendar memory - To remove more than one event at a time, go to the Month view and select Options→Delete entry→
hi tharaj here , when i am here no fear , its very easy to solve ok , the thing is ur 3230 got 5 to 6 MB phone memory so u should use memory card memory instead of phone memory , whenever you recieve data from b tooth save that in to memory card or els transfer from phone to memery card by using file manager ,still if if u face problem just press *#7780# and it ask code press12345 then think ur problem has solved , ok take care bye
it is a known issue with blackberries....it means you have low memory....check your file free for memory by goign to options, status....it will be the file free (listed in bytes). if there is anything lower then 4,000,000 bytes (3 MB) then you have low memory. i sugest purchasing a memory card and transfering your data over there....if you do, figure out where that info is going by pressing the menu button (while still in status) and selecting the option database sizes...
if content store has the largest byte size, delete info like pictures, email, sms, mms (if you have any left) a possibly games and themes (to delete games and themes, you have to run the application loader wich is the program that is installed on the cd that came with your phone). if you need assitance with this, contact your service provider. like i said, its a known issue.....they will know how to fix it.