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Re: Nokia 9500 problem
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Download and install this File Manager - fexplorer.
Launch FExplorer and navigate to C: if you use Phone Memory to store your messages (default) and D: if you use Storage Card as your SMS location.
Now navigate to and open "system" folder.
Now open the "mail" folder.
This folder should contain many folders named similar to 0010001_s etc. with files named similar to 00100000 etc., These files are the actual deleted messages, Simply, use the FExplorer inbuild text viewer to view these files, You will need to browse through every folder and open all files inside them until you get the required SMS.
Do Note that this trick does not work on Symbian 3rd Edition cellphones.
Insert the MicroSD card into an available media reader slot on your PC.
If your media reader can't read MicroSD cards, but can read ordinary
SD cards, first insert the MicroSD card into an SD adapter, and then
insert the adapter into the slot. You will see an autoplay menu for the
disk pop up on the screen.2 Open the folders on the disk and
navigate to the "System" folder. Click on the "Open folders to view
files" option from the autoplay menu, then double-click on the folder
that says "System." This is where your card's password file is stored.3 Open the password file. In the
"System" folder, find the file that has MMCSTORE somewhere in its name.
It may have additional letters, numbers and characters, but it will
always have MMCSTORE in the title. Double-click on this file to open it
in Notepad. The text inside this file is your lost Micro SD password.
1----------------- This solution for Phone that have execution file name : unlockMMC.app on folder z:\system\app\ Note : Not all S60 Phone have this execution file. To unlock Memory Card : - Run execution file unlockMMC.app - Enter new Password you like (example "12345") - Run app Memory (Phone app Memory Standard) - Choose To Unlock MMC with that new password
2------------------ Every times you set to lock ur Memory Card with lock password , phone made a file to save your password with file name mmcstore - you can find ths file in folder c:\system\. Note : To see the file you must set ur file browser app to show hidden files.
To get your Lock Password :
- Send that file into your PC - Change file extension with .txt - Open that file using app Notepad - You will see your lock password
Step 2) Select drive C: or D:
depending on the memory in which the Sms messages have been saved.
C-phone memory D-memory card
Step 3) For example u selected c: ,
Then open "system" folder.
step 4) Then in "system" folder open
step 5) Then in this folder u will see different
folders (eg 0010001_s) and certain files (eg 00100000). These files are
the actual messages. Browse through every folder and open all files till
u get the sms u are looking for.
Step 6) For opening the files
don't choose options>file>open as it will show format not
supported rather choose options>file>hex/text viewer. By selecting
the "Hex/ text viewer" u ll be able to open and read the deleted SMS
Boss...The best way would be to get a 32Mb memory card or any size for that matter and copy the virus removal tool onto the memory card (you would need a memory card reader that is connected to a PC and then just copy the file to the memory card), This way you just load the memory card onto the phone,(or you may keep it on a phone with bluetooth and just send it to the phone that is infected with the virus).no follow this..
open the Tools folder.
Open the File Mngr. program.
Locate the SymcMTRT.sis file and open it.
Click Yes when you see the following message:
Install Symantec Mobile Threats Removal Tool?
Choose Continue and then click OK.
Click Exit to exit the file manager.
Click Back to exit the Tools folder.
Open the SymcMTRT application... please do download symantic mobile threats removal tool.. its free..sofware.... enjoy ...Cheers!!
Try This... 1. The foremost thing you need to do is install the system explorer or file explorer tool.
2. The next thing you need to do is to navigate to mmcstore file in the system folder in c drive.
3. Just open the file using any hex code editor 4. The file on opening will show some information along with the password of your mmc.
5. Just to save yourself from any future trouble you can also save the file as text file which can be opened by any text editor.
Put your card in card reader n check that files are not hidden or system. Try this also: Open the MMC drive go to tools->folder options->view clear the check box HIDE PROTECTED OPERATING SYSTEM FILES. and set to show hidden files. Click OK. I number files increase and theres a file AUTOPLAY.INI Then try formatting the card and after that dont put it in the computer from where u previously copied music. That comp. is effected with virus.