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You are not alone, it is a known problem. Here are some fixes.
Clearing the data on google search, powering off and taking out the battery for a minute fixed this for my phone. Thanks!
ok, I got it fixed, I have an LG Optimus -- I went to settings, Apps, scrolled to the right to All heading, scrolled down to find Google Search and did "clear data". Turned off phone and turned it back on.
After clearing the data turn phone OFF !!! Take out the battery wait about a minute then put it back in an turn it on.
Please be noted that your phone memory should show as a drive letter in your explorer, if not, you need to take out your memory card and connect using a card reader, or plug-in to card reader slot if there's any on your computer.
If "your browser sent a request that this server could not understand" and "size of request header field exceeds server limit", your request is a bad or oversized cookie. (The same thing is true for "Error 400").
For some very strange reason, it seems 9 of 10 Bad Request messages implicate Firefox.
Simply delete your "Cookies" and everything will be okay. Don't worry about erasing them; nothing bad will happen. You won't lose your internet browser's "Bookmarks" or "Favorites". The worst thing that could happen is you will be asked to retype your username/password when you return to YouTube and some other websites -- that's all.
As you're dumping your cookies, you should also erase all your "Temporary Internet Files" and "History". This will render your computer totally "fresh" in YouTube's eyes. It would be best if you shutdown / reboot after doing this:
Internet Explorer 6: > Tools > Internet Options > Delete Cookies > OK > Delete Files > OK > Clear History > Yes > OK
Internet Explorer 7: > Tools > Internet Options > Delete... > Delete files > Yes > Delete cookies > OK > Delete history > OK > Close (browsing history window) > OK
i have the same problem before...what i have done is delete all the files i have...just go to the settings and look for reset memory...all my files was deleted but the good thing was i no longer get that error message and i was able to receive messages sent by friends and loveones
My n73 had all kinds of problems like being really slow or unable to
open some programs, screen freezes, and stuff like that. This usually
means that the phone memory is full of junk that can't be removed
and/or viruses. To completely rid yourself of that problem, try hard
formatting the n73.
turn phone off.
hold the following keys WHILE its turning back on: (3 + * + green call key)
do not let go until it asks you about your location
phone will gain 44mb back and go back to normal. Phone will respond a
lot faster too, as if it were new. Viruses would be deleted as well as
other junk stuffed inside.
have anything stored on the phone memory that you woudn't want to
delete, such as pictures, videos, or whatever, back it up to your
memory card or computer. The format process deletes all stored memory
on the phone, but not the memory card.