PLEASE HELP!..I can not download any new music,pix,ringtones or whatever. Can not take pics either. It always says memory is full and I have none available. My phone has no pics or any files anymore so I know its not that. It has been emptied and even then, I didnt have enough on it to make the memory full. I don't understand why it is doing this and I can't get a new phone until my contract is up and I didnt get insurance. Anyone go through this same thing? My phone is a LGvx8300
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Re: no memory at all
If you have saved messages or loads of phone no stored in you phone try deleting these and delete all the ringtones you dont use delete all the free ones that came with the phone just keep the ones you use some ring tone files are massive and will take up mem any messages you save smileys anything that you dont use delete one ringtone i had took up so much memory i couldnt write a long message try this if that dont work take it to a small phone shop and they wii reset the phone for you for a small fee hope this helps you..............................
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u set the ringtone from mutimedia>sounds,ussally while playing the will be option "set a ringtone" not from digital audio player,directly from sounds.
motorola does not accpet viruses infected files or their phone must be trying to send virus attachment or ur phone memory will be full.
-Make sure the file is appropriate.. 30 seconds or less, mp3 format -When you add your music to the memory card, it shows up as a song but not as a ringtone right?
The solution is to create a different folder rather than using the “Music” folder the phoneautomatically creates for you. Transfer your music to this new folder you’ve created. The ringtones should show up as long as it fits the requirements Hope this helps :)
Have you tried erasing old pix and text messages? If you check your phones available memory, and you have a lot of pix etc you can get a micro sd card and move your pix and videos to it. You check memory by going into menu, then se1ttings/tools, then phone info , other information usually...Good Luck
hi, do you have an extra mem card in the phone if you have then move some data to this as the phone dont use the memory on card unless you put stuff their yourself, so the phone will say mem full even if memory card is empty so try this first. 1. delete any messages in inbox/outbox/sent messages as these will take up mem 2. delete any old phone numbers/pictures/screen savers that you dont use. 3. the best way to free up loads of memory is by deleting all of the free ringtones you got with the phone most of the free ones you will never use so i deleted all of these and just kept the ringtones i used most people never use the free ones you get when buying the phone so doing this will free up loads of room. Also delete any ringtones you have put on their that you never use as the music ringtones can use loads of mem alot more than the standard tones. 4. every time you send a message your phone stores them in sent messages so delete all of these. Once you have done all of this you will find you have loads of free memory. The best thing to do if you have a memory card in your phone is move all the music/music ringtones that you want to keep onto the card doing this means you can still use the ringtones and free up loads of the phones memory. The phone dont take the mem card into acount when its telling you mem full ok so put as much on mem card as you can ok. Let me know how you get on and also if you need further assistance ok
i've always just converted the files on my computer to .wav files then sent them as a PIX message to my phone. In the text message options on your phone there is an option to save audio as ringtone. Hope this helps. You can google MP3 to Wav converters. There are free software for this.
your phone memory is just 1.5 MB and there is no external memory available for your phone eventhough the ringtone may be just KB'S your phone may have used most of 1.5 mb for its ram,contacts,inbox,outbox and other settings and any ringtones that would have already available in the phone
So please delete any pre-available tones in the phone and try again