Question about Nokia 6300 Cellular Phone
The memory in your phone or memory card may be full, hence you cannot receive any more data; either you or the other party may have accidentally cancelled the transfer of the data; or if they are sending a file (picture, song etc) via bluetooth and THEY have a password set on their phone and they do not put the password into YOUR phone to allow you to receive the data, then it will cancel the sending of the data. Hope that helps and/or makes sense :)
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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