Question about LG RUMOR Cellular Phone
My phone memory is weird it wont let me take photos with my cam because it says my memory on my phone is full but i just got it and havnt even put anything on it. can someone help?
Bad happens, on a Smart Phone, its inevitable you do something wrong, and
it calls for a reset or format of the phone. There are three ways to
reset the phone:
1. Soft Reset: Press *#7780#, then enter the lock code. This resets the phone to the original settings, however no format is done.
2. Hard Reset (Soft Format): Press *#7370#, then enter the lock code, which is the secret code of the phone. This will format the phone memory and reset the phone to default settings.
3. Hard Format: Switch off the phone then press and hold <3>, <*> and <Call> (Send) buttons, then power on phone, keep holding on the 3 buttons, till you come to a format screen. This method does need not need the security code, but security code would be reset to default 12345
Note: battery must be fully charged, otherwise if the format is disrupted by low battery, consequences will be disastrous.
If there are various problems like too slow performance and very frequent hangs, try formatting the phone. Formatting the phone makes it new as it is out of the box. But, the OEM apps (like Camera & Real Player) won't be deleted.
First format your MMC: Menu > Extras > Memory > Options > Format Memory Card > Yes. Then format your phone by typing *#7370# on main phone screen. Phone will ask: "Restore all original phone settings? Phone will restart", Press ‘Yes’ and enter your lock code (default is 12345).
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
If i was you i would back up all data on the phone if possible and delete some pics first if that doesnt help then do a regular reset not a hard reset. hard reset wipes everything including cellular programming you only want a regular reset AKA Partial Reset only
Good Luck Hope This Solves Your Problem ...
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
If you've copied but haven't moved your photos from your phone to your SD card, the photos that are resident in your phone are probably hogging up memory.
Likewise, if you've played around with assigning videos as ringtones for incoming calls, videos that you perhaps loaded but are no longer assigned to specific callers are probably hogging up much of your memory too.
I wrote a solution here, which should help you out some:
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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