Question about Samsung Corby 2 GT S3850
My phone says "not enough resources" and now my menu button isn't functioning either. Which means I cannot close my applications nor open any of my data inside. I want to restart my phone, but unfortunately, my power button is dead - it doesn't work! Now I am stuck with just the messages option and the keypad. Is there any way I could restart it without the restart button or just get rid of the "not enough resources" thing?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: whenever I open any application
Are you using..a.. the original memory on the phone or..b.. have you installed extra memory?
If ...a.....you have too many apps and stored music ,vids, pictures for the machine to use any other resources.You need to upgrade by buying more memory that will normally just plug in to the phone in a slot similar to when you plug in when charging.
If..b... You need to check in SETTINGS on your phone that all your saved apps vids etc are saved onto this memory card because you may still have it stored on the phone original memory still and the extra storage is still not being used. Easy to move= click on options in your saved items and move to memory card,then go check it has now moved from old place and now in new memory card where you can use it when needed and now you should have freed up the phone memory which the phone uses to open your programs etc. ... OK a bit long..sorry.
Steve B hope this helps
Posted on Feb 01, 2011
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May be there are some open applications in the background.Close it all if unnecessary, and try opening the desired application. Free up phone memory by moving data to a memory card.
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
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