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When i recieve a new configuration setting and then i save it...it prompt a only 70 sets allowed and i dont know what it is

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In my Nokia 6300 when I try to save the gprs settings it says "only 70 sets allowed, settings discarded" !!! If I restorte factory default or delet some msgs,problem remain same " memory...


Go to Menu
Then to Settings and click
Then scroll down to Configuration and click
Click on Default configuration settings
Scroll to any of the configurations, click options and delete to create space for new ones.
I hope you find this helpful? If not, comment for me to know.

Thanks

Dec 18, 2010 | Nokia 6300 Cellular Phone

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Only 70 Sets Allowed Problem


Many of the Nokia Series40 user having the problem of only 70 sets allowed which does not allow user to save the new settings.

How this problem occur:
Every time a new configuration setting is saved in s40 mobile, it makes a new folder in phone memory, it remain there even if you delete that configuration and the maximum limit is only 70 folders.

So if you are facing this problem you can solve it by formating your mobile phone but the entire data from your mobile will be deleted (contact, messages, configuration settings etc.). So here is the simple way to overcome this problem without formating.

Requirements :
  • A PC with atleast 256 MB RAM
  • Original Nokia Data Cable
  • Mobile media browser like "Oxycube" [Size: 28.7 MB]. Click Here to Download.
  • Nokia PC Suite.
Lets Start the steps to solve this problem.

1. Download and install Oxycube.
2. Connect your phone using bluetooth or data cable.
3. Now in Oxycube, Go to Phone memory "C" in which u find a folder "omadm".
4. In that folder there are 70 folders naming 1 to 70.
5. Delete some of them & you are done.

Now you can save the new configuration settings.
Leave comments if you like.

on Mar 04, 2011 | Nokia 3110 Cellular Phone

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How to solve "Only 70 sets allowed" proble in Nokia Mobiles


Many of the Nokia Series40 user having the problem of only 70 sets allowed which does not allow user to save the new settings.


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How this problem occur:
Every time a new configuration setting is saved in s40 mobile, it makes a new folder in phone memory, it remain there even if you delete that configuration and the maximum limit is only 70 folders.

So if you are facing this problem you can solve it by formatting your mobile phone but the entire data from your mobile will be deleted (contact, messages, configuration settings etc.). So here is the simple way to overcome this problem without formatting.

Requirements :
  • A PC with atleast 256 MB RAM
  • Original Nokia Data Cable
  • Mobile media browser like "Oxycube" [Size: 28.7 MB]. Click Here to Download.
  • Nokia PC Suite.
Lets Start the steps to solve this problem.

1. Download and install Oxycube.
2. Connect your phone using bluetooth or data cable.
3. Now in Oxycube, Go to Phone memory "C" in which u find a folder "omadm".
4. In that folder there are 70 folders naming 1 to 70.
5. Delete some of them & you are done.

Now you can save the new configuration settings.
Leave comments if you like.


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on Sep 05, 2010 | Cell Phones

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Unable to save gprs settings in nokia 5300 mobile phone, where configuration settings are empty. it shows "only 70 sets allowed settings discarded".\r\nwhen i want to create personal configuration it shows...


Unable to save gprs settings in nokia 5300 mobile phone, where configuration settings are empty. it shows "only 70 sets allowed settings discarded".\r\nwhen i want to create personal configuration it shows "can not add new account, memory full". please help me immediately.........

Sep 22, 2010 | Orange PCMICROSTORE Brand Nokia 5300...

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Nokia 3110c problem. i can't save GPRS settings.displying massage is "only 70 sets allowed. settings discarded.



http://www.meramobi.info/2010/08/only-70-sets-allowed-problem-solved.html

go to above given site and follow instruction worked for me

if you have any problem regarding this post comment on meramobi.info site they will help
hit thanks if u like

Aug 17, 2010 | Nokia 3110 Cellular Phone

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Only 70 sets allowed.settings discarded. get the above message whenever i try to save the settings sent by service provider.


Hi,

This is because in you have more than 70 sets of GPRS/MMS settings in your mobile.
This mobile supports only 70 sets.Please delete some unwanted settings and save the settings of current service provider.

To delete please follow the steps,

Menu--->Settings--->configurations--->default configuration settings

Go inside this option and delete the unwanted settings.Then you can save the new settings and set the new setting as you default.

Thanx

Jul 30, 2010 | Nokia 3110 Cellular Phone

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I am unable to save files in my phone


Sir,
plz flash ur fone from a certified mobile fone repairer.

Jan 04, 2010 | Nokia 5200 Cellular Phone

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Displaying that "CAN NOT ADD NEW ACCOUNT,MEMORY FULL "


Check this site. This is my blog where i have posted the solution for this error. I found it for my nokia 6085 and worked well. Check it: http://inxis.blogspot.com/2009/11/gprs-mms-settings-error-nokia-solved.html

Jan 03, 2010 | Nokia 5200 Cellular Phone

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Setting discarded


Dear sir
please i wanted to configure gprs on my nokia 5200 but i cant whenever i enter in to configuration setting the phone will show not enogh memory
ineed your help

Jun 30, 2009 | Nokia 5200 Cellular Phone

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