Question about Nokia N73 Cellular Phone
Hi, You can delete your old messages both (inbox and outbox messages) the also go to your call log menu, to delete all your old calling info. be it miss call, dial call or received call. This should be able to free the memory of the phone. Also try to remove or delete those applications that you think you don't always use or delete some of your newly installed application to free your phone memory.
and if you think all this have benefit for you, then get a higher bytes memory card for your phone.
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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