Question about Nokia 6085 Cellular Phone
Turned on my phone today Sun. Apr 19, approx 1:00pm. Started up in MediaNet, which I don't use; very unusual. Now my entire address book is shown as empty except for two numbers which I haven't called in a while. I think the numbers are still on the SIM card and/or still in the phone somewhere, since while attempting to restore (not knowing what I was doing) I got a message indicating two were restored and 60 not restored which is about the number of contacts that are missing.
Thanks, Bill F.
Okay. What you need to do is that you need to take the SIM card out. Then put it back in. Now cut on your phone and go to the address book and it should say sattings before you click on the phone book. Then it may say that it is only using phone memory or only sim memory but it needs to be on phone and sim memory. I hope this works!
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