Hi, I, Rebecca recently recieved as a gift the P1i phone. It also has a M2 memory ''thingie''that copies from PC to phone. The thing is i really am having a hard time familiarizing myself with them,so iam counting on you, the top experts to get me started with my new toys!! I will go ahead and say Thank You so very much. Keep up the good work...... Sincerly Rebecca Perez San Diego, Ca. 91950 (619) 267-5064
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If having issues with your SD card and camera. Copy all files to your PC and reformat the card. Then transfer any necessary files back to the SD card from your PC. If you continue to have issues I recommend buying a new SD card.
hi the only thing to do is to restore the phone to factory settings. try this remove the memory card after you have back up your sim contact and messages that are stored on phone memory, then press this *#7370# then say yes. copy all that you have on your memory card to your pc make sure you scan your memory card. you can format the memory card too because it might just have been infected, copy your files back from pc to phone.
If the transfer is completed you can find your file in the messages inbox folder. However, if it is NOT fully transfered it is located in the cashe (one of the hidden directories) of the Symbian OS. To delet or copy it, simply use MyPhoneExplorer and go to "File" management tab. there, in the below address you can find the file:
You can find it. Hope you find this solution useful. Gecko
I haven't acutally got my P1i and laptop with me so I'll see what I can do from memory. When you put the P1i in file transfer mode it becomes a USB mass storage device and just presents the M2 memory stick in the side of the device as a drive letter in Windows Explorer. However, if in Phone mode it expects the 'mrouter' program to connect the phone to PC Suite using the DCU-60 cable as a serial line. In the system tray you have an mrouter icon which when you right click allows you to select the serial port to connect to the phone. You may need to adjust this recognise the phone. There are also some drivers required for the mrouter interface. Check device manager and make sure there are no yellow question marks in the ports section. You can also use Bluetooth to connect mrouter to the phone, this'll become clear when you look at the port settings! Hope this helps.