Try to format on ufs.....otherwise..make hard format switch OFF the phone then press green calling button + press * + press 3 and after pressing these three keys.....press powerkey........and press them all till you cant find word....FORMATTING PROBLEM SOLVED
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The only solution to this problem of yours is to take it to a Nokia Service Center. They will re-format the phone and will over-write the lock code in the Phone memory. Reformatting of the phone will cause the phone to get to its lock code, 0000 or 1234 or as per the phone's provided space to enter the code. Kindly take it to a Nokia Service Center. Sometimes they charge very nominal or no fee for this work.
Get a card reader for your pc, then take the memory card out of the N70, and into the reader. It should show up in my computer, at which point you can right click and press "format". Press start, and wait. Once this is done, safely remove hardware and put back in phone. Warning! This will destroy all content on card!
Hope this is a help,
it is not possible to format the phone memory of nokia 6630 or any other nokia mobile phones. Files in the phone memory can be deleated manually but once try by restiring factory setting by going in the setting option.
In order to format your Nokia 6630, please follow the following
Note: Make sure that you format the memory card first so that
there is no trace of virus in the phone and remove any password from the memory
1. First of all make sure that your phone's
battery is full and then switch off you mobile phone. 2. You'll need to hold three buttons together
which are: The green button, left selection key and the no. 3 key 3. Keep on holding these three buttons and then
press the power button to switch it on. 4. After this you'll get a screen which will say
FORMATTING.... after that you can leave the keys.
Caution: This will completely format your phone
memory and will reload the whole phone due to which you'll lose all your
contacts or in fact anything stored in the phone memory.
I hope this helps you....this step can be taken
for any Nokia phone which has Symbian OS Series 60 Version 7 and above...
You can remove the mmc but keep the sim card and restart your phone.
Then press the keys *#7370#.
The phone would ask a confirmation.
Then it will ask for a code.
Type the phone lock code (the default code is 12345).
There you are! your phone will restart with all the phone memory formatted.
Also remember that you can reset your phone but not loose any of
your personal files (I.E restore the settings that came when you bought
the phone while keeping contacts etc) by following the above procedure
but using the code *#7780#
Don't apply these steps if you are not sure what you are doing.
Make sure you have enough battery power before beginning this procedure.
Formatting will erase all your contacts/messages, so make a backup of your phone before formatting.
1. sms uusually don't get backuped,unless uploading information from your phone to a pc is supported by your phone. try to look up user's guide.
2. rebooting BB5 class phones such as 6630,6680,6681, N series usually require full reformatting. try visiting your local non-Nokia/independent service stations.