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To much memory ?

My phone is saying that it has to much memory and i have to delete some data , but i have deleted everything i have ..

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Simply restore hard factory setting by dailing code " *#7370# ". But first backup your all data.

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I have deleted everything in my hard drive but my n91 still says memory full delete some data


Dear Sir,
You deleted files from memory cards not from phone memory,so delete unwanted files from your phone memory also.It will solve your problem.


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I suggest you reformat the the memory card.

1. Remove the memory card from the phone.
2. Plug it into a usb card reader.
3. Go to my computer and right click on the icon that says "removable disk".
4. Click on FORMAT.

Caution though, it will delete everything in your memory card so I suggest to back it up first.

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Mmeory Full. Delete some Data


when saying memory full that does no mean the text messages memory is full it means the phone's memory is full, the messages are saved on you sim card so try deleting some app on you phone

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Phone memory is running low. it says i have 14MB in the Messages folder. I erased all my messages but still the memory is so low. how can i solve this?


The messages that you have deleted were in our sim card memory.. You need to delete data from your phone memory.. Go to gallary and delete some data from there (phone memory).

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How to delete some data in my nokia n73?


Try to delete songs or setups that you might have kept in the phone memory (c:) drive of your phone !
and make sure no application is running in background before opening LifeBlog.

For better viewing of the files kept in the phone memory use X-PLORER software !

It rockx.

Thanks

Apr 09, 2009 | Nokia N73 Cellular Phone

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"Memory Low, Delete Some Data"


You might want to try a "Hard-Reset" To do this you turn of your phone, press and hold "Answer Call(Green)"+"3"+"*" and then turn it on. This should reset your phone completely and clear the memory. CAUTION, back up all your vital data before you do this, it clears EVERYTHING.

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