Question about Nokia 6630 Handheld
Most users will think you got a phone virus but actually they aren't that harmfull. You need to check the card however. Try to connect it to a card reader at your computer or in another phone to see if your files are still there. If the files are intact, or if the card works properly (try to copy something to it, then copy same file back to the device) maybe the problem is with your phone. Try to reset the phone to factory defaults. Before that please save all important documents or contacts because this will erase them and put the phone in the same status as it was when you bought it. After you have reseted the phone try again to connect the memory card and see what happens. This way you will know for shure if the problem is related with the card or the phone. If something still doesn't feel right please feel free to post back. Also, please remember to rate solutions received throught this site ;) Good luck.
Posted on Feb 26, 2007
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