Question about Nokia 6233 Cellular Phone
This problem is mostly caused by memory corruption or insufficient memory. Check your call logs, sms, bluetooth receive sms or files, outbox, sent items, received files and delete or move if there are some which you suspect the cause of the occupied memory. Reset you phone to full factory (Reset Factory). Then restart and see the problem whether it is gone or not. If not Try backing up your files (contacts, messages) using PC suite to your PC. Remove your memory card, scan the memory card with updated antivirus, or format if necessary. Still you are getting the same error message? Remove your sim card, memory card and reset you phone using the code*#7370#. Sometimes, even updating firmware is effective. To do this, you need to go to the repairing shop. Good luck..
Posted on May 08, 2010
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