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Possible that the phone has hung up because there are errors in the software. So to reset remove the battery and the memory card from the phone. Using your PC , scan the memory card for any corrupt files or media files with virus- it is possible when they are downloaded from unsafe sites. If so remove or format the card. Now replace the card and battery and switch on the phone. If the phone hangs up then it is confirmed that the software is corrupt and will need a reinstallation. Seeking help from the authorized service /support centre is most ideal. Take estimate and decide.
Use a cellphone with Bluetooth (wireless connection), or even a USB connection (which is a computer port). These are all good ways to communicate with other devices.
If your computer does not have the hardware for a Bluetooth connection, then buy the adaptor, sometimes called a 'dongle'. The adapter plugs into a USB port. It will be quite cheap, something like 10 to 20 American dollars. This adapter will have software for the connection process, which lets you transfer files from the computer to your phone, and the other way around.
Make sure your computer is equipped with Bluetooth technology (either integrated into the machine or a USB dongle) and active.
Turn on Bluetooth on your mobile device.
Turn on your phone and go into 'Settings' in the Main Menu
Keep going down until you find 'Bluetooth' (Sometimes it may be under 'Connectivity)
Click on it and find 'Turn Bluetooth on' (or something similar) and press 'On'. You can now send and receive files. Once you receive a file, it will most likely be under 'Received Files'. This option can often be found in the Settings or Connectivity menu of your phone.
Pair your computer with your mobile device by making both devices discoverable (also known as visible or unhidden) in the Bluetooth options. Once both are visible, search for Bluetooth devices on your mobile phone
Locate the name of your computer in the results list and select it.
Enter a 4 to 8 digit passcode of your own choosing and press continue.
Once your devices are paired, you can send and receive files.
There are several methods to send a file to your mobile device. One method is to copy the file from your computer, navigate to your mobile device (often found in My Computer or My Bluetooth Places) and then paste the file to the phone. Another option is to right-click on the desired file and select Send To --> Bluetooth Device --> (mobile phone's name).
While the file is being transferred, you should see a progress bar on your computer and/or phone. Once the file is finished transferring, a message stating such should show up on your device's screen.
Find the transferred file on your mobile phone by using the phone's built-in file explorer.
The error means that you are using a file on the external hard drive and that it can not close that file when it is use. You have to close the program that is using the file first.
Example: Lets go on the assumption that you have your music collection on the external. If you still have your music player running when you try to disconnect, you will be greeting with the same error message.
If the external contains any files that your Operating System uses, you will get this message anytime the computer is on. An example of this can be your "Page File".
Shutting the computer down correctly is your safest bet until you find exactly what file is being used and what program is using it. During shut down, the computer closes any running programs. With no programs running, it will safely disconnect from the external HD because there will be no files in use.
If you manually disconnect it while the file is in use, you could very easily corrupt the file and make it unusable. This is comparable to an Operating System getting corrupted from a computer not being shut down correctly (pulling the power from wall without doing a shut down).
-close the file or presentation then reopen it
-open the corrupted presentation then click save as on File menu
-in the save as , pls type list, click the ff format (*ppt)
-in the file name box, type the file name you want to use, then click ok
-close and reopen the presentation
First scan your mobile with anti virus and then format your mobile next connect and add files and close all the programs running and refresh your system and then click eject or in taskbar click on safely remove hardware and disconnect it.