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Re: n73 got message not enough memory
May be ur phone memory virus affected. plz format ur phone and u will get rid of from this panic. u can transfer ur everything to pc by connecting the data cable. thanks. if face more problem then mail me this address email@example.com
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hi, it means most of the information you have is saved on your phone memory...what you need to do is to transfer all data and applications saved on the phone memory to your memory card...if after doing this you still get the same message, you would need to scan for virus. cheers pal.
Delete some unnecessary files in your phone memory like images and videos. Go to your phone gallery and delete some of those. And if you want to use the memory card as phone message storage then go to Messaging - Option - Settings - Other and then Memory in Use, select your memory card.
But if your phone is infected with a virus then you need to format your phone. One sign of infection is your phone keep sending a message randomly from your contacts without your consent.
Use these code and enter it to format your phone: *#7370# and then the default code is 12345
Take note: Make sure you back-up your contacts or any other important inside your phone.
Actually the problem is because your SMS/MMS inbox is full.
Over the last six months you have piled plenty of messages in your inbox that you didnt delete. or you may have MP3's shared via bluetooth in your inbox.
Try saving them to you memory card and delete them from your inbox.
You will not receive this message anymore.
Let me know, if this doesnt solve your problem. Please leave a comment here as i will be checking it time to time.
Would appreciate if you can rate this solution if it solves your problem.
My N73 phone has problem.Its memory always states "NOT ENOUGH MEMORY TO PERFORM OPERATION DELETE SOME DATA FIRST.I already deleted many datas like pictures and music..but it is still the same. please help me.
i have that kind of problem on my n73, it alway flashes memory full and i cannot recieve any sms, i formated my n73 using the dialkey*3 procedure and after reformating it cleared my phone memory, of courese u have to back up all important data, formating your phone will erase everything.
I had the same problem. The internal 160mb fills up even though if you use memory manager there's nowhere near that much data. The cure was simple enough, switch on your phone holding the green key, 3 key and * key at the same time - this will perform a total reset and flush the memory. Make sure you backup any data you want to keep to your PC or Micro SD card first - when it's gone, it's gone!
I also removed my 2Gb SD card to be safe when I performed the reset.
just change your prefered storage to memory card...actually your selected memory is phone memory...so thats why every file received from bluetooth save in phone memory..to change your stroage go to messages ------> settings-------> change your storage from phone to memory card....i can send you a detailed procedure if you want
try to clear all the data in your lifeblog. emtying all the lifeblog entries will release all your the phone memories. If nothing happen try to format your phone by pressing the green (send) button, the number 3 and the star sign simultaneously and then press the power button. Hope this will help.