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It is a s40 phone. try texting it, see if it will lead you to your inbox without accessing menu button. then when you are in the inbox, delete everything you can. first of all we are not yet pretty sure it is a memory problem. but in worst case scenario, you can have it re-flashed by a cellphone technician.
mark the messages in inbox of your 6233 by followin the path
options > mark/unmark > mark all
options > send > via bluetooth
then switch on the bluetooth connection of the e-63,
then select e-63 in the bluetooth connection on 6233
then you will receive the messages to your e-63
For sam west: I need the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) number. Type this code in your phone to get it: *#06# you'll also find this number under the battery. I also need to know the network and the country that the phone is locked on. Then I will give you the codes. ----------------------------------- For Guest: I believe your phone is a Nokia 6288, I think you'll have to take your phone to a repair shop to be unlocked, using a special device.
I would definitely reset the phone, unless you can find a way to clear the text messages out before it crashes to the Main Menu. My guess is that you have a corrupted text message in your inbox, and it is crashing the software.
Resetting the phone will wipe out all of the data on it, so make sure you back it up first. If you have the Motorola Phone Tools, you may also want to try accessing the text messages or updating the phone software through it first.