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N93 "dies" while i use or not

I have this n93 purchased in september 2006. right now this unit not only responds so painstakingly slow whether i want to open my address book or to read a message or anything else for that matter. It also has this persistent and annoying shutdown problem.I had the unit reformatted twice and it's software upgraded twice too at a nokia center, but to no avail. I also tried to solve the problem by replacing the battery with a brand new one, but still the problem persists. Can someone please try to help me?

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  • colyn May 09, 2008

    I have this n95 purchased ilast nov 2007. right now this unit not
    only responds so painstakingly slow whether i want to open my address
    book or to read a message or anything else for that matter. It also has
    this persistent and annoying shutdown problem.Can
    someone please try to help me?

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1) donot use huge capacity memory cards.

2) always shut down non wanted programs by keeping the menu button pressed and from the taskmanager delete the unwanted applications that might be eating into your ram.

3) always backup your data , and keep the messages less in inbox or move your messages to your memory card and also keep only required contacts delete others.

4) lastly if all the above doesnt help your problem, there is a strip connecting both the parts of your flips, if any damage to its strip or the memory ic , also slows down the mobile phone.

5) only solution now is sell it off on ebay or then get it tested for memory ic problems, but the cost of solving is more than the piece deserves, so just chuck it off.

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