Question about Nokia E63 Cell Phone
I cannot open my messages in inbox, thou I can reply to the new message which arrives. I have gone through multiple solutions like upgrading the firmware or formatting the memory card which I already did and was worthless. Even 60+mb is free in phone memory and more than a gb size is free in memory card now. So, I guess its not a memory issue. Kindly help me out.
If it happen means your OS (operating system) may be corrupted.
Try this code *#7780# it's for restoring the setting in a soft way. (selecting 'settings only will reset all preference settings. Restoring will not delete any personal data. After restoring, the phone will restart)
where as *#7370# it's for hard way (lets you restore settings and delete personal data. You will not be able to use or switch off the phone during the restore, even for emergencies Restoring may take several minutes. After restoring, the phone will restart)
And if this is not working or helping you than refer to the nearest mobile service centre for FLASHING
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I think you installed the virus in phone. You need to hard reset your phone. Back up your data on your phone e.g. contacts, tones, images and videos.
WARNING ALL DATA ON YOUR PHONE WILL BE ERASE.
Here’s how to hard reset or format your Nokia N70 mobile phone:
1) Switch off your phone
2) Press and hold these 3 keys together:
-green dial key
-the star key(*)
-the number 3 key (Ugh, I wish I had three hands…!!)
3) Power on the phone
Warning: Do not release the keys until you see the hand animation is displayed.
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
Please go to "messages", select "options" then go to "sim messages" then delete all messages from the sim. There you go the envolope notification has now stopped blinking and is no longer there.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
memory full-it is caused because the phone uses some internal memeory for ram like bluethooth connectio,wifi so please reset your phone to factory settings
system error-this is due to the firmware plz upgrade it to the latest version by connection to the pcsuit and plz do have an antivirus in your mobile
Soft Reset will clear pending errors and bring your mobile to an initial state by restoring Factory setting. To operate this function on your mobile, the shortcut is: *#7380#
This function apparently works on almost all nokia mobile phones.
It may happen that despite you have restored your mobile to factory setting, the error still exist. In this case, it is recommended that you opt for Hard reset
Enter the code: *#7370# and press Yes to confirm initialization.
Important Notice: It is recommended that you save all important information on your phone (e.g: memo, contacts etc)
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
please check your message center number in the message settings,it seems you will also need to fomate you phone this is the code *#7370#
Posted on Mar 06, 2010
Formatting the memory card is of no help . Remove the battery for 10 minutes and set it back. Now open menu-settings- restore factory settings- key in: 12345.
Now open tones and select the incoming message tone and volume. try this out and it must work or the phone software has some errors and might need reinstallation of the software.
Repeat with the battery out for more time and the memory card taken out.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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