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Trying to copy numbers from SIM to phone memory (NOKIA 1100), message getting is "target memory full". deleted all messages frm inbox to empty the memory card but same message comes. How to proceed?

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  • suyogncst Dec 05, 2008

    but i have hardly 150 numbers, not more than that

    anyway thanx for reply..

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The sim card can only hold 250 numbers on most providers.The phone should hold up to 1000 but on older models can only be 500.There is no way in his case to move the numbers from the sim to phone.You could however purchae a sim card reader which you could back your numbers up on.These usually hold 1000 numbers.Hope this helps.

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dear brother the solution for ur prob is
actually your sim card memory is full, that's why the sign of msg memory full flashing on your cell screen.
delete 1 or more than one msg from ur sim card memory.

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