I have no ringtone, photos or games taking up memory etc etc. but my phone will only hold 20 or so messages before the 'inbox full, memory low' message comes up.
I have a pink motorola V3 that was from america...brought it over to the uk and had it unlocked to hold an O2 sim.
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it could be a problem of not enough phone memory if the phone takes a memory card then move all photos etc onto the memory card if it doesnt you may have to delete some files to make the song you want as a ringtone go to the phone settings and then to memory settings to see how much memory is taken up on your phone it may be as simple as deleteing one or two files
To delete text messages you go into your indox under "messages", highlight the message you would like to delete, press the menu key and select delete.
Your "memory low" message keeps coming up because your memory not only holds your messages but EVERYTHING else as well.....pics, games, ringtones, etc. Try getting rid of things you don't need to gain more space. You might want to look into getting a SD card if your phone is capable. Hope this helps you. :)
hi what the phone is saying is its capable of holding 500 message but in reality this means if you have enough free memory your phone can store 500 messages so what you need to do is delete all the sent/outbox/inbox/drafts message delete all the ones you dont need.
Also delete any pictures you dont need as these take up loads of mem also delete any ringtones that your never going to use as alot of the messages you got free with the phone you never use so make sure you delete any of these that your sure you dont want as these also take up loads of memory once you have done this you should find your phone will work just fine
Have you formatted memory card in phone before you started storing data on it? By formatting the memory card it will set up folders which the phone will look at to determine different types of data, i.e. photo folder holds photos, video folder holds mp4 &3gp, and music folder holds mp3 etc.
Then when your memory card is connected to your pc drag and drop data into correct folders and then phone should be able to recognise the different types of data. Hope that helps?
Only other thing I can think is that your memory card is too large to be recognised by your phone? It will only support upto and including 2gb Micro SD cards.
Go to Menu, then under the "Settings & Tools" section, choose option 8 (Memory). Choose option 2 (Phone Memory), then option 1 (Phone Memory Usage). This will tell you the available MB on your phone.
Or, go to Memory, choose option 3 (Card Memory), then Card Memory Usage.
If you have 0MB left on both, then you will need to delete some ringtones, wallpaper, music, etc. to clear up some space.
If you still have room, you will have to take the phone to a Verizon store. More than likely if this is the case, the phone has a glitch in the downloading. You may of downloaded a virus while downloading music/ringtones/wallpaper.
In SE Z550i there is no option to move text messages from phone memory to external memory card. The phone comes with 20MBs of onboard memory which is shared by phone's functionalities such as calnder, to do lists, phonebook/contacts, messaging, installed games and applications, etc.
The problem that you've mentioned above can occur when you store/install other files such .mp3, photos, games and applications, etc. on your phone's memory instead of the external memory stick. Please check if there are any mp3s, photos, etc. stored on your phone memory and move them to the memory card. In future, try to keep the phone memory as free as possible from mp3s, photos, etc. and please do not install too much of games and applications in the phone memory, instead install them on the external memory. If you have already installed many games and applications in your phone please check if they are installed on your phone memory and if they are please move them to the memory card.
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